Okay, so technically Fotografiska opened in mid-December. But how often does New York pick up a permanent addition to the cultural landscape as major as this fresh photography institution? Not often. The museum is an outpost of the Stockholm original, which debuted in 2010. Along with its three stories of exhibition space, Fotografiska comprises an event space and a photography bookstore. Veronika, a restaurant inspired by Eastern Europe’s grand, turn-of-the-20th-century cafés, occupies the entire second floor, with a takeout spot for salads and small bites. The inaugural exhibitions, which all run until March, are curated looks at the works of Tawny Chatmon, Helene Schmitz, Adi Nes and Anastasia Taylor-Lind.
Flatiron District. Now open.