During my recent travels in Sweden, I spent a day at Fotografiska, the new photography museum in Stockholm. It opened it’s doors in May and I have to say it is an AWESOME space. The museum is housed in a restored “Art Nouveau” 1906 brick building located on the bank of Stadsgården in Stockholm, not far from Slussen. The interior of the building is an airy contemporary space that contains multiple floors of viewing galleries. A café on the top floor that serves delicious meals and snacks with larger than life picture windows that overlook Saltsjön (a bay of the Baltic Sea) and Djurgården, Skeppsholmen, and Kastellholmen islands in Stockholm. A gift shop packed with art books and postcards can be found near the entrance and the bottom floor contains meeting spaces for courses and seminars. The overall layout of the space flows nicely and combines a place to display and view photography, but also learn more about the art.