The new exhibition, “In flower”, opens its doors on February 17 and there will be works from 16 international and Swedish photographers to exhibit. Fotografiska writes in a press release that the photographers’ “strive to understand and explore nature” is common. Before the exhibition, Fotografiska has also built a room of forest and plants where visitors who want can book an overnight stay, much like a forest-covered hotel
.– We want it to be fun and a bit magical to be here , and it feels so good to now be able to offer an overnight stay with us for the first time. Nature will take center stage at Fotografiska this spring and we are very much looking forward to being able to add a verdant indoor forest to it, and to be able to welcome our guests there, says Elin Frendberg, CEO at Fotografiska in a press release. The exhibition runs until June 11 and the proceeds from the “hotel
” go to the organization Naturarvet.