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NYC: Fotografiska David LaChapelle Exhibit Entry Ticket

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Activity provider: Fotografiska NYC LLP

NYC: Fotografiska David LaChapelle Exhibit Entry Ticket

Activity provider: Fotografiska NYC LLP

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Enter the world of David LaChapelle's photography at Fotografiska NYC. The exhibit blurs reality and fantasy while highlighting his most iconic works and displaying new creations for the first time.

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Highlights
  • See rare and never-seen images by celebrity photographer David LaChapelle
  • Explore the building featured in Netflix's Inventing Anna and in Anna Delvey's life
  • Immerse yourself in a range of artists, perspectives, and photographic mediums
  • Fuel your artistic exploration with delicious, healthy bites at the museum cafe
  • Top it all off with a glass of bubbly, wine, or beer with the upgrade option
Full description

Fotografiska New York is anything but an ordinary museum. It is a museum experience for the modern world. It is a destination to discover world-class photography, eclectic programming, bespoke retail, elevated food and beverage, and surprising new perspectives.

The vibrant atmosphere at Fotografiska is unlike any other New York museum — it is open late every night with music playing on all floors and guests enjoying drinks from coffee to cocktails anywhere in the museum, including on exhibition floors.

With a dedicated international community and current locations in Stockholm, New York City, Tallinn, and soon in Berlin, Shanghai, and Miami, Fotografiska is the premier global gathering place for photography and culture. Until January 8, 2023, enter the surreal world of David LaChapelle: Make Believe at Fotografiska New York. In Make Believe, rare and never-seen images mix with LaChapelle’s iconic staples of visual culture. 

LaChapelle’s iconic images have established him as one of the most influential artists of our time, and the exhibition is his first major solo show in North America. With over 150 works, the exhibition blurs reality and fantasy while highlighting the artists’ most iconic works and presenting new creations for the very first time. Using historical art references as a thread throughout, MakeBelieve thematically focuses on the cultural interplay of five themes: religion, the environment, gender identity, societal ideals of beauty, and explorations around the construct of celebrity. These images include the last-ever portraits of Andy Warhol and Michael Jackson; intimate photos of Tupac, David Bowie, and Britney Spears; fashion campaigns featuring Naomi Campbell; and electrifying portraitures of today’s most talked-about names, like Lizzo, Travis Scott, and Kim Kardashian.

Includes
  • Museum admission ticket
  • David LaChapelle: Make Believe exhibition
  • Glass of Prosecco, any wine from the bar menu, beer, soda, coffee, or tea (if option selected)
  • Live event programs
  • Food and drinks at Lobby Cafe, Bar Veronika, and Veronika restaurant

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Fotografiska New York is located at 281 Park Ave South at 22nd St., New York, NY 10010, USA

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4.8 /5

based on 25 reviews

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Original photographs, interesting montage and photographic work of the artists The very beautiful building and the spacious exhibition rooms with lighting that accompanied the exhibition It depends on what you want to be in less than an hour visit it It has a shop and cafeteria downstairs in case do you want to make a stop

December 13, 2021

July 15, 2022

Fantastic exhibitions which are it too big so you can take your time and enjoy each photo

May 29, 2022

Product ID: 262387