shoe per diem sept 15, 2010 – photographical in red

16 Sep

shoe per diem sept 15, 2010, originally uploaded by piaktw.

Today I finally made it to the rather hyped new (opened in May) photographical museum in Stockholm, called just that, Fotografiska. Situated in quite beautiful old industrial premises (which was supposed to host an ABBA museum, not sure what happened to those plans) by the water.

Currently there are three exhibitions on: Annie Leibovitz (which I totally loved!), Sandy Skoglund (colourful, quirky installations which I also loved) and (apparently multi award-winner) Pieter ten Hoopen (who’s work I honestly found to be pretty much laughingly pretentious crap).

I did quite enjoy the walk around the museum, which also has a very stylish and contemporary toilet. All black and red. Loved it. And it did match both shoes (El Naturalista red Tesela double-strap) and raincoat (Danish design, red covered in white birds. The perfect example of that clothes can absolutely make you happy. I don’t need to mention I love it, do I?) per diem, how about that for red perfectness?!

The top floor café didn’t offer much in ways of nice treats, but it did offer the most glorious of water views, so on a day with many oh, ah, loves, behold a piece of the Stockholm inlet ~

pia at fotografiska

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3 Responses to “shoe per diem sept 15, 2010 – photographical in red”

  1. luci September 16, 2010 at 8:58 pm #

    ah i looooove annie leibovitz!! i have a whole bunch of her books, they’re just gorgeous.

  2. Megan September 17, 2010 at 12:17 am #

    love the pics, and your shoes look so comfy!

  3. piaktw September 17, 2010 at 4:51 pm #

    oh she’s great, luci, i totally agree! this exhibition consisted of both her more public famous work as well as private snaps. really wonderful.

    thanks, megan, oh yes they are!

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