Fotografiska unveils ambitious expansion plans to double its outposts worldwide

The aptly-named Swedish photography museum Fotografiska has formally codified plans to double its footprint worldwide, which, when added together, will make Fotografiska the world’s largest private art museum.

Although the contemporary art institute first announced plans for a Berlin location designed by Herzog & de Meuron in September of last year, on November 26 two more satellite galleries were unveiled; Fotografiska Miami, slated for a site close to the Rubell Museum, and Fotografiska Shanghai. Similar to the museum’s last two expansions, Fotografiska New York (housed in the former Children’s Aid Society Mission House, a faux-gothic fortress in the Flatiron built in 1894) and Fotografiska

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