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Haute Photographie Fotografiska Stockholm

Haute Photographie Fotografiska Stockholm

Nobuyoshi Araki » Roger Ballen » Koto Bolofo » Nick Brandt » Paul Cupido » Casper Faassen » Maia Flore » Pieter Henket » Martina Hoogland Ivanow » Frank Horvat » Inka Lindergard & Niclas Holmström » Gerry Johansson » Miho Kajioka » Guillaume Martial » Arno Rafael Minkkinen » Yoshinori Mizutani » Jimmy Nelson » PutPut » Sanne Sannes » Schilte & Portielje » Toshio Shibata » Jacob Aue Sobol » Tamara Stoffers » Christer Strömholm » Rutger ten Broeke » Justine Tjallinks » Ed van der Elsken » Stephan Vanfleteren » Christian Vogt » Michael von Graffenried » Albert Watson » Bastiaan Woudt » & others

Fair: 12 Apr – 15 Apr 2018

Wed 11 Apr


Stadsgårdshamnen 22
116 45 Stockholm

Haute Photographie Fair

LP2 in Las Palmas

+31 20-846 0770


Haute Photographie Fotografiska Stockholm
© Frank Horvat, Paris, for Jours de France, Monique Dutto at metro exit, 1959
Gelatin silver print, wooden framed - 50 x 60 cm - Edition API/30
courtesy Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, Paris

Haute Photographie Stockholm

Fotografiska | Stadsgårdshamnen 22 | 116 45 Stockholm, Sweden

VIP Opening: 11 April 2018, 20.00-23.00
Public Opening hours: 12 – 14 April, 10.00 – 19.00 | 15 April, 10.00 – 16.00

Haute Photographie is a new photography fair with a concept unlike any other. Centered around a group exhibition, Haute Photographie Stockholm presents an array of artists ranging from the grand masters of photography to the most exciting names working with the medium today – with all artworks being available for purchase. Together with Fotografiska, the Swedish Museum of Photography, Haute Photographie has invited 7 international galleries to take part, showcasing artworks by nearly 50 artists in total:

Dorothée Nilsson Gallery (Berlin)
Esther Woerdehoff (Paris)
mc2 Gallery (Milan)
Ibasho Gallery (Antwerp)
Kahmann Gallery (Amsterdam)
Willas Contemporary (Oslo)
Art Partner (Stockholm)

In addition to the group exhibition, two focus exhibitions will offer a detailed look at the past and future of photography. The Vintage Show will present vintage artworks from the collections of the participating galleries, bringing together key names from the history of the medium. As a nod to the roots of the fair, The Talent Exhibition will give Dutch photography talents a platform to present their work abroad.

“I am really excited about the Haute Photographie fair coming to Fotografiska Stockholm. It is an amazingly ambitious project to gather the most celebrated and forward-leaning galleries in the world and create an astonishing, kick-ass group exhibition of their combined treasures“, said Jan Broman, initiator and co-founder of Fotografiska.

Like the previous editions in Rotterdam, Haute Photographie Stockholm will be a meeting place for artists, curators, collectors – both young and experienced – and anyone with a genuine love for photography.

Haute Photographie Fotografiska Stockholm
© Inka & Niclas, 4K Ultra HD, 2018
courtesy Dorothée Nilsson Gallery, Berlin
Haute Photographie Fotografiska Stockholm
© Albert Watson, Kate Moss Back, Marrakech, 1993
courtesy Kahmann Gallery, Amsterdam
Haute Photographie Fotografiska Stockholm
© Christian Vogt, Slip, 2012
Carbon pigment print on rag paper - 100 x 150,5 cm - Edition 3/5
courtesy Galerie Esther Woerdehoff, Paris