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World Press Photo

A group of women carry religious statues through a tropical wasteland. The corpses of a man and child embrace amidst rubble and debris. A freshly-chopped whale fluke gleams silver on a fishing boat. 62 more words

What´s On In Barcelona

Discovering the reality through images

World Press Photo is run as an independent, non-profit organization with its office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where World Press Photo was founded in 1955. World Press Photo is committed to supporting and advancing high standards in photojournalism and documentary photography worldwide. 264 more words

Thing to do: @WorldPressPhoto

Today we will suggest an insight in 130 different worlds. This is only possible at the World Press photo exhibit, which is held at the CCCB. 152 more words


World Press Photo Barcelona 2014

¿Ya te has olvidado de lo que sucedió en el 2013? ¿Tal vez nunca te enteraste? World Press Photo 2014 llega a Barcelona de la mano de la Fundación Photographic Social Vision, para hacernos un resumen visual de lo que ha acontecido en el planeta tierra durante todo el año. 475 more words


World Press Photo exhibition

The 57th World Press Photo exhibition is currently in Dublin and features images of remarkable beauty and immense power.

The CHQ buildings in the Docklands is hosting the best 150 photos taken by journalists over the past year. 358 more words


Interview with Daniel Silva // Wywiad z Danielem Silvą

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When I was living in Lima, I contacted Daniel Silva, a Peruvian photographer who won the World Press Photo in the category of Sports Feature in 2004. 2,086 more words

Latin America

October 28

Our Creative Director took us on a little outing today to check out the World Press Photo exhibition at Politiken Hus. It was less depressing than last year but still, it was quite disheartening to look at pictures of the Boston marathon bombings, the Syrian conflict, the public hangings in Iran, the devastation left behind by Haiyan… it’s just a bit overwhelming. 146 more words