The Museum for Photography in Brunswick explores the history and art of contemporary photography, putting it into historical and social context. It discusses the role photography plays in today’s media, but also seeks to pave the way for unprecedented ways in which artists will contrive in future, creating new concepts and aesthetics.

Photography is not only a medium to share experiences with family and friends, but a form of art that from its very beginning inspired artists and viewers alike.The Museum for Photography founded in 1984 is run as a non-profit, charitable organisation and promotes contemporary photography.