Today I ended up going with Linnea to the Fotografiska, Stockholm’s Photography museum. I haven’t been to that many photography museums before, but this one was certainly very special.
I got introduced to the work of Paul Hansen. His exhibition featured humanitarian photos from Iraq, Palestine, Egypt, Afghanistan, the Syrian refugee crisis in Europe, Ukraine, and Sub-Saharan Africa – a very memorable collection that left an impression on me.
Aside from the photographs, there was one part of the museum where they had three projects for RGB (Red, Green, Blue). It was a very simple setup, but left a very artistic touch. Here are a couple of photos Linnea and I took:
Later we met up with Sebastian and Joakim for a fine Swedish dinner. It was lovely catching up with these folks. I feel like a have a mini-family here in Sweden.