From 6 November 2013 to 8 December 2013
Opening 5 Nov 2013 7:30 pm
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11a.m. to 8p.m.
Fridays from 11a.m. to 9p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 10a.m. to 9p.m.
Closed on non-holiday Mondays
The ticket desk closes half an hour before the Centre's closing time
ADMISSION TO ONE EXHIBITION
Price: 6 €
Concessions: 4 € for senior citizens, under-25s, large families, single-parent families and group visits (minimum 15 persons) .
Free admission: under-12s, Friends of the CCCB, senior citizens in possession of a Targeta Rosa, the unwaged. And on Sundays from 3 to 8 p.m., as well as International Museum Day, Museums at Night, and the city festivities of Santa Eulàlia and La Mercè.
COMBINED ADMISSION TO TWO OR MORE EXHIBITIONS
Price: 8.00 €
Concessions: 6.00 € for senior citizens, under-25s, large families, single-parent families and group visits.
Articketbcn A single ticket giving admission to the CCCB, MACBA, MNAC, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Fundació Joan Miró and Museu Picasso. Price 30 € (valid for 3 month)
Prior booking via telephone:
Guided visit to the exhibition Arissa. The Shadow and the Photographer and to the 3D installation Shadowland by Kazuhiro Goshima:
Photography workshop: Shadows As Characters. Based on the visit to a selection of exhibits, this workshop explores the possibilities of working with light to create shadows that become new characters. (minimum 10 people)
Bookings: 93 306 41 35 (from Tuesday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.) or alternatively via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided visit: 5 euros (includes admission to the exhibition). Check for prices for schools.
The ninth international exhibition of the World Press Photo, organized by the Fundació Photographic Social Vision and the CCCB, brings together the 143 winning photographs in the prestigious international photojournalism award. This year’s selection includes three Spanish winners, Bernat Armangué, Emilio Morenatti and Daniel Ochoa de Olza. The CCCB is the only Spanish centre to show the winning works in the multimedia projects category created in 2011, in which there are two Spanish winners: Pep Bonet and Miquel Dewever-Plana.
Taking part this year were 5,666 photographers (235 Spanish) of 124 nationalities, who submitted 103,481 images in eight categories: General News, Spot News, Contemporary Issues, Daily Life, Observed Portraits, Staged Portraits, Nature and Sport.
“FACE REALITY”, the title of the presentation of WPP in Barcelona, invites visitors to witness the state of the world, free of censorship or manipulation, bringing us face to face with global and local reality that invites reflection and expands our viewpoints. As every year, the prize-winning images inform, delight and challenge, making World Press Photo a must for anyone who wants to be informed.
Paul Hansen, Sweden, Dagens Nyheter / World Press Photo Year 2012
Rodrigo Abd, Argentina, The Associated Press
Jan Grarup, Denmark, Laif. Women's Basketball, Mogadiscio, Somalia
Maika Elan, Vietnam, Most. The Pink Choice, Vietnam
Paul Nicklen, Canada, revista National Geographic. Emperor Penguins, Ross Sea
Emilio Morenatti, Spain, The Associated Press