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fashion photography, conceptual fine art photography, photojournalism and landscape photography. Making sure we have the right mix of photography in the building is key. My hope is that it’s interesting, thought-provoking, relatable and fun.” “There are so many important global issues for us to highlight,” adds Hajjar. “Our opening exhibitions, either overtly or covertly, address issues of gender identity, women’s rights, climate change, racial inequalities, socio-economic disparities and immigration.”

they really want to work with and can help them organize their thoughts.” The opening exhibitions feature works by photographers Ellen von Unwerth, Tawny Chatmon, Helene Schmitz and Adi Nes in addition to a commissioned work by Anastasia Taylor-Lind on the theme of motherhood in partnership with TIME . Taylor-Lind, the English/ Swedish photojournalist, specializes in documenting issues relating to women, violence and war. “I wanted to focus on women in the field and traditionally marginalized perspectives in the world,” says Hajjar. “Adi Nes and Tawny Chatmon are very

CLOCKWISE FROMTOP: 1. ADI NES, UNTITLED (LAST SUPPER) , 1996 / © ADI NES / COURTESY OF JACK SHAINMAN GALLERY 2. RACHEL NURSES HER 16 MONTH OLD DAUGHTER MICHAELAWHILE HER NANNY, ANNIE, CLIPS THE CHILD’S TOE NAILS IN BROOKLYN. ANASTASIA TAYLOR-LIND, NOTYET TITLED , 2019 / © ANASTASIA TAYLOR-LIND FOTOGRAFISKA/TIME 3. ELLEN VON UNWERTH, GUESSWHO , CLAUDIA SCHIFFER, NASHVILLE, 1989 / © ELLEN VON UNWERTH

ORIGIN STORY Fotografiska was founded by two brothers, Jan and Per Broman, who grew up surrounded by photography. As sons of a

different photographers, however their work is informed by their unique personal experiences. It’s in Fotografiska’s DNA to present a diverse breadth of photography:

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