Fotografiska New York, the recently opened photography museum in the Flatiron District of New York City, announced today the launch of “Tack Tuesdays,” [pro. tah-k] a free admissions program offered on the first Tuesday evening of every month.
Fotografiska New York, the recently opened photography museum in the Flatiron District of New York City, announced today the launch of “Tack Tuesdays,” [pro. tah-k] a free admissions program offered on the first Tuesday evening of every month.
“Tack” is the Swedish word for “Thanks,” and to say thank you to the community for supporting Fotografiska New York’s recent grand opening, visitors receive complimentary entrance between 6:00pm – 11:00pm on the first Tuesday of the month.

Tack Tuesdays will begin on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020. Event programs taking place on the 6th Floor Main Stage during Tack Tuesdays may be ticketed separately. Visit www.fotografiska.com/nyc for more information.

“We are so grateful to have received such a warm welcome from our neighbors, the local community and visitors to the city since we opened in December,” says Pam Harris, Executive Director of Fotografiska New York, “We wanted to say thank you by opening our doors even wider, and inviting everyone to spend their first Tuesday of the month with us. We’re planning DJs, exhibition tours and other special programming.”

Founded in 2010 in Stockholm, Fotografiska is guided by the principle of inspiring a more conscious world through the power of photography. Fotografiska has built a safe haven of innovation, inclusivity and self expression by combining art, culturally eclectic event programming, exceptional dining experiences, and curated retail into one destination. 

Their unique exhibition model features a broad
 range of rotating photography shows, from easily accessible to hardcore conceptual, shot by grand masters and emerging talent alike. Fotografiska shows several rotating exhibitions at once, which 
are developed directly with photographers, galleries, estates and private collectors. Rising stars are displayed next to icons, and styles range across abstract, landscape, portrait, documentary and more. All that matters is the communicative power of the image. The presentation of photography is powerful and unparalleled, 
and includes over 200 exhibitions to date, such as David LaChapelle, Annie Leibovitz, Bettina Rheims, Sally Mann, Sebastião Salgado, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ren Hang, and Zanele Muholi.

Fotografiska New York, the recently opened photography museum in the Flatiron District of New York City, announced today the launch of “Tack Tuesdays,” [pro. tah-k] a free admissions program offered on the first Tuesday evening of every month.
Fotografiska New York, the recently opened photography museum in the Flatiron District of New York City, announced today the launch of “Tack Tuesdays,” [pro. tah-k] a free admissions program offered on the first Tuesday evening of every month.
 

Visitor Information:

Fotografiska New York
281 Park Ave South at 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010

 

Hours: 

Sunday – Wednesday: 9:00am – 11:00pm
Thursday – Saturday: 9:00am – 12:00am

Tickets:

General Admission: $28
Members: Free
Tack Tuesdays: Free
Seniors (62+ with ID): $18
Students (w/school ID): $18
Military/Veteran and dependents (with ID): $18
Children under 12 in groups of six or less: Free

Advance online ticket reservations are encouraged, but not required
Programming and special events require a ticket

About Fotografiska New York

Fotografiska New York is the newest global outpost from the internationally renowned, Stockholm-based destination for photography. Located at 281 Park Avenue South, the six-floor, 45,000 sq ft. historic landmark is home to a multi-concept venue, featuring three floors of exhibition space, and the restaurant Verōnika operated by the award-winning Starr Restaurants group and designed by Roman and Williams. A versatile event venue with vaulted ceilings and skylights will host programming for the Fotografiska member community as well as private hire.

 

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