Washington DC, USA

27 October 2018 to 25 November 2018
Dupont Underground,

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Dupont Underground

19 Dupont Cir NW (entrance on 19th Street)

Washington, DC 20036

USA

+1 202 337 3686


https://www.lightscapedc.org/

 

Visit the World Press Photo Exhibition 2018 on its world-wide tour showcasing the stories that matter with photography from the 61st annual World Press Photo contest.

The winners were chosen by an independent jury that reviewed more than 73,000 photographs entered by 4,548 photographers from 125 countries.

A special exhibition of work by members of the African Photojournalism Database, a joint project of the World Press Photo Foundation and Everyday Africa, will also be shown. This exhibition shares stories from by four talented members of the APJD, Bassam Ihab (Egypt); Btihal Remli (Morocco); Dennis Akuoku-Frimpong (Ghana) and Jodi Windvogel (South Africa).

To better support female photojournalists around the globe we are pleased to partner with the International Women’s Media Foundation (IWMF) to showcase the work of the three winners of the Anja Niedringhaus Courage in Photojournalism Award: Andrea Bruce, Amber Bracken and Rebecca Conway.

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Visiting hours

Daily: 11am - 6pm (doors close 7pm)
Closed on Mondays and Thanksgiving, 22 November 2018

General admission $18
Discounted admission $12
Children under 14 are free (however should be companied by an adult, given the nature of the some images)
Visitors are free to come back multiple times. Simply leave your name with our volunteers at the entrance.
The audio guides will be available free of charge and on a first-come first-served basis.

Event Location

19 Dupont Cir NW (entrance on 19th Street), Washington, DC 20036, USA

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Turin, Italy

13 October 2018 to 18 November 2018
Ex Borsa Valori,

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Ex Borsa Valori

Piazza Valdo Fusi

Turin

Italy

+ 39 351 145 9819


http://www.worldpressphototorino.it

Visiting hours

Lunedì - Giovedì: 10:00 - 20:00 (ultimo ingresso ore 19:00)
Venerdì - Domenica: 10:00 - 22:00 (ultimo ingresso ore 21:00)

Monday - Thursday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm (last entrance 7:00 pm)
Friday - Sunday: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm (last entrance 9:00 pm)

TICKET

TICKETS COST
- Full price: € 10.00
- Museums Card holders: € 8.50
- Reduced: € 7.50 (under 25 and over 65)
- Schools: € 4.50
- "Back when you want" subscription: € 18.00
- Free admission for disabled guests

COSTO BIGLIETTI
- Intero: € 10,00
- Agevolazione per possessori Tessera Musei: € 8,50
- Ridotto: € 7,50 (under 25 e over 65)
- Scuole: € 4,50
- Abbonamento “Torna quando vuoi”: € 18,00
- Ingresso gratuito per gli accompagnatori dei portatori di handicap

Event Location

Piazza Valdo Fusi, Turin, Italy

Organization details

Sponsors

Sponsored by: Regione Piemonte Città di Torino Camera di Commercio Torino

Photoville, New York City

13 September 2018 to 23 September 2018
Brooklyn Bridge Plaza,

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Brooklyn Bridge Plaza

Corner of Water Street and New Dock Street

New York City

United States of America


http://photoville.com/

 

The World Press Photo Foundation will be at the 7th annual PHOTOVILLE in Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City with the exhibition, ‘Foreseen: New Narratives from the African Photojournalism Database’.


PHOTOVILLE, New York City’s premier photo festival, is a modular event built out of shipping containers, combining over 85 indoor and outdoor exhibitions, talks, workshops, a beer garden, and night-time screenings in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Find out more about the program here.

The exhibition showcases the work of African visual storytellers selected from the African Photojournalism Database (APJD). A joint project of the World Press Photo Foundation and Everyday Africa, the African Photojournalism Database is a directory of over 350 African emerging and professional African visual journalists from over 35 different countries across the continent. Offering reimagined visual narratives from across the African continent, ‘Foreseen’ explores themes such as tradition, religion, identity, history, memory and daily life. This collection of work celebrates a new generation of photographers who are redefining what should be seen, and how, through the stories that matter to them.

‘Foreseen’ will spotlight the work of APJD members from across Africa: exhibited photographers include Hilina Abebe, Gulshan Khan, Robert Nzaou-Kissolo, Ayobami Ogungbe, Fethi Sahraoui and Ngadi Smart; and the featured photographers include Daouda Corera, Dania Hany, Leke Alabi-Isama, Rahima Gambo, Bassam Ihab, Yoriyas Yassine Alaoui Ismaili, Mahmoud Khattab, Jacques Nkinzingabo, Donwilson Odhiambo, Brian Otieno, Mustafa Saeed, Sarah Waiswa, Biko Wesa, John Wessels, and Jodi Windvogel.

 

Three of the exhibited photographers, Fethi Sahraoui (Algeria), Ngadi Smart (Sierra Leone), and Gulshan Khan (South Africa), will be present at Photoville from 12 - 16 September. Join the public 'meet and greet' sessions at the exhibition to hear more about the photographers and their stories: 

 

Friday 14th September from 6pm to 8pm
Saturday 15th from 3pm to 5pm

 

This is an expanded version of the APJD exhibition at LUMIX Festival for Young Photojournalism, Hanover, Germany earlier this year, as part of a continued effort to support and develop opportunities for the members of APJD.

Curated by Renée Akitelek Mboya and the APJD team. With the support of Blink

Visiting hours

Thursday 13 September: 16:00 - 22:00
Friday 14 September: 16:00 - 22:00
Saturday 15 September: 12:00 – 22:00
Sunday 16 September: 12:00 – 21:00
Monday 17 September: Closed to the public
Tuesday 18 September: Closed to the public
Wednesday 19 September: Closed to the public
Thursday 20 September: 16:00 - 22:00
Friday 21 September: 12:00 – 22:00
Saturday 22 September: 12:00 – 22:00
Sunday September 23: 12:00 – 21:00

Free

Event Location

Corner of Water Street and New Dock Street , New York City, United States of America

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Paris, France

3 November 2018 to 2 December 2018
Galleria Carla Sozzani,

Visitors information

Galleria Carla Sozzani

22 rue Marx Dormoy

75018 Paris

France

+33 967 500 834


https://worldpressphotoexposition2018paris.eventbrite.fr/

 

Purchase tickets: https://worldpressphotoexposition2018paris.eventbrite.fr/ 

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Visiting hours

Daily: 11.00 – 19.00

Entrance: €6
Students and seniors (65+): €5 (ID required)
Entrance is free for children under 12 years old, people with a press card or a Union Photographes Professionnels (UPP) card (does not include guided tours)

https://worldpressphotoexposition2018paris.eventbrite.fr/

Event Location

22 rue Marx Dormoy, 75018 Paris, France

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Palermo, Italy

15 September 2018 to 10 October 2018
Palazzo Bonocore,

Visitors information

Palazzo Bonocore

Piazza Pretoria, 2

Palermo

Italy


http://www.worldpressphotopalermo.it/

 

14 September 18:30
Opening night
 

15 September 18:30
Public Lecture with Burhan Ozbilici
 

22 September 18:30
Public Lecture with Luca Locatelli
 

29 September 18:30
Public Lecture with Alessio Mamo


6 October 18:30
Public Lecture with Francesco Pistilli
 

7 October 18:00
Closing night

Visiting hours

Monday - Thursday: 10.00 - 20.00
Friday - Sunday: 10.00 - 22.00

Event Location

Piazza Pretoria, 2, Palermo, Italy

Organization details

Our World 2016-2018, Amsterdam

Our World 2016-2018 Special Exhibition

Het Scheepvaartmuseum

Het Scheepvaartmuseum

Het Scheepvaartmuseum

24 July 2018 to 6 September 2018
Het Scheepvaartmuseum,

Visitors information

Het Scheepvaartmuseum

Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK

Amsterdam

The Netherlands

+31 (0)20 52 32 222


https://www.hetscheepvaartmuseum.com/

 

This special exhibition showcases award-winning photography from the World Press Photo Contests 2016 - 2018 that portrays our natural world and human impact on the environment. All visitors can see the exhibition for free at the Scheepvaart Museum's Open Pleyn courtyard.

The annual World Press Photo Contest rewards photographers for the best single exposure pictures contributing to the past year of visual journalism. Whether entered as singles or stories in one of the eight categories, an independent jury of professionals judges the photographs in terms of their accurate, fair, and visually compelling insights about our world.

The Nature category is for imagery showing flora, fauna, and landscapes in their natural state. In 2018, recognizing the importance of ecological issues, the World Press Photo Foundation introduced the Environment category for work documenting human impact, positive or negative, on the environment.

 

Visiting hours

Daily: 9.00 - 17.00

Free

Event Location

Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Organization details

Het Scheepvaartmuseum

Frankfurt, Germany

22 October 2018 to 29 October 2018
Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof,

Visitors information

Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof

Am Hauptbahnhof

Frankfurt

Germany

+49 69 2651055


http://www.bahnhof.de/

Visiting hours

According to the station's opening times.

Event Location

Am Hauptbahnhof, Frankfurt, Germany

Organization details

DB Station & Service AG

Washingtonplatz 2

Berlin, Germany

10 October 2018 to 19 October 2018
Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Central Station),

Visitors information

Berlin Hauptbahnhof (Central Station)

Europaplatz 1

Berlin

Germany


http://www.bahnhof.de/

Visiting hours

According to the station opening hours.

Event Location

Europaplatz 1, Berlin, Germany

Organization details

Deutsche Bahn

Explore: The Ethical Image

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The Ethical Image: Challenges in Visualising a Changing World
The University of Hong Kong
6 October 2018

This event is organised by the World Press Photo Foundation ‘Explore’ program, the Journalism and Media Studies Centre of the University of Hong Kong, and Rights Exposure. It is supported by the WYNG Media Award (WMA) the Google News Initiative.

Topic and program
The visual representation of critical and global issues is both necessary and ubiquitous. Visual representation both calls attention to problems and frames possible solutions. More people than ever before have the capacity to produce, share and receive images of important issues affecting our world today, be they human rights abuses, the degradation of the environment, or economic inequality. The proliferation of images not only raises urgent questions on the ethics of creating and disseminating photos of those impacted by these issues but also requires us to re-appraise whether past critiques and responses are still appropriate and effective in our 24/7 digital world.

This conference will bring together leading experts from Asia and beyond working in academia, the media and the NGO community to discuss the ethical challenges faced by those who create, publish and use images in the course of their daily work, with the Rohingya crisis being the main case study.

Over a single day, three panels will be convened. The program and list of participants is as follows:

Panel 1: The Ethical Image: Challenges in Visualising a Changing World
David Campbell, World Press Photo Foundation - Moderator
Julia Chiung-wen Hsu, Country Contact, Chinese-Speaking Network, Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma
Iain Martin, News Editor (Asia), Storyful
Philippe Massonnet, APAC Regional Director, Agence France-Presse
Tanvi Mishra, Photo Editor/Curator, The Caravan magazine/PIX

Panel 2: The Ethics and Politics of Representing the Rohingya Crisis
Aunohita Mojumdar, Editor, Himal Southasian - Moderator
Patrick Brown, Photographer, Panos Pictures
Hannah McKay, Photographer, Reuters
Minzayar Oo, Photographer, Panos Pictures
Matthew Smith, Founder and CEO, Fortify Rights

Panel 3: How to Produce and Use Images Ethically
Robert Godden, Rights Exposure - Moderator
Aarti Kapoor, Managing Director and Lead Consultant, Embode
Jessica Lim, Director, Angkor Photo Festival and Workshops
Jennifer Pritheeva Samuel, Photo Editor, National Geographic
Stanley So, Education Manager, Oxfam Hong Kong

The Way Forward - Building Practical Solutions:
Claudia Hinterseer, Senior Video Producer, South China Morning Post – Moderator
David Campbell, Director of Communications and Engagement, World Press Photo Foundation
Robert Godden, Director of Campaigns and Communications, Rights Exposure
Aunohita Mojumdar, Editor, Himal Southasian
Eric Wishart, Special Editorial Projects, Agence France-Presse

The outcome from each panel will be a two-page compilation of the insights provided by the panelists, including concrete suggestions for solutions and sharing of best practice. The conference will be filmed and made available online in order to be accessible to as wide an audience as possible.

The conference is free and tickets are limited. Register here to attend.

Location:
Lecture Room 2, Level LG1, Chong Yuet Ming Physics Building
Main Campus, The University of Hong Kong
Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong

A complimentary light lunch will be offered to all attendees. Please bring your own water bottle to refill at drinking water stations at the venue. Bottled water is not on sale or provided on campus.

 

 

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