World Press Photo Foundation to sell limited edition photography prints

Orphaned Rhino. © Ami Vitale, National Geographic

Jon and Alex. © Mads Nissen, Berlingske/Scanpix

The World Press Photo Foundation is excited to announce the launch of Editions, a new venture selling limited edition prints by photographers who have won World Press Photo Contest awards.

Editions offers you the unique possibility of owning high quality work by some of the world’s best visual journalists, and to support the individual photographers as well as the organization. Our expert team can also advise you on how to purchase great work and build your own collection.

The prints are available in limited editions of 25, and printed on museum-grade archival paper by World Press Photo’s long-term partner Canon. Prints will vary in size between 30 x 30 cm and 30 x 40 cm, depending on the size of the original photo. Each of the photos is numbered, signed by the photographer, and comes with a World Press Photo Foundation Editions certificate. Featured in the first collection is work from Mads Nissen, Raphaela Rosella, Ronghui Chen, Michele Palazzi, and Ami Vitale.

Editions will be priced starting at 370 euro and proceeds from the sales will be shared equally between the participating photographers and the World Press Photo Foundation education programs. 

Prints are now available to purchase in our webstore or directly at the World Press Photo Foundation office in Amsterdam. For further information, or if you’re interested in selling your prints, please contact Laura Beltrán Villamizar, Communications Team, at or tel. +31 (0)20 676 6096.

World Press Photo receives support from the Dutch Postcode Lottery and is sponsored worldwide by Canon.

Posted September 11 2015

About The World Press Photo Foundation

We are a global platform connecting professionals and audiences through trustworthy visual journalism and storytelling. Founded in 1955 when a group of Dutch photographers organized a contest to share their work with an international audience, the competition has grown into the world’s most prestigious photography award and our mission has expanded. We encourage diverse accounts of the world that present stories with different perspectives. We exhibit those stories to a worldwide audience, educate the profession and the public on their making, and encourage debate on their meaning.

The World Press Photo Foundation is an independent, nonprofit organization, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We receive support from the Dutch Postcode Lottery and are sponsored worldwide by Canon.