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World Press Photo 2022

International Photojournalism Exhibition

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Photographic Social Vision is organising, for its eighteenth time, the best-known exhibition in the photojournalism field on a worldwide level. The exhibition brings together the winning photographs and multimedia productions on the World Press Photo 2022 contest, including all Regional Winners, and the four highlighted Global Winners.

The exhibition shows works, mostly previously unpublished in Spain, chosen for their visual quality and offer diverse viewpoints on current events. Numerous panoramic views invite spectators to reflect, significantly enriched by the guided tours.

The exhibition brings together the winning photographs and multimedia productions on the World Press Photo 2022 contest, including all Regional Winners, and the four highlighted Global Winners.

Indigenous communities, traditional cultures and issues of identity are some of the main themes in an exhibition that has widened the scope of its global view, along with other big issues such as the environmental crisis, wars and citizen protests that are also shown in the photographs of "World Press Photo 2022".

The world's most prestigious photojournalism contest is betting, starting this year 2022, on a new territorial model, dividing the world into six regions to ensure greater representation and diversity of authors and stories.

In addition, in this edition, the thematic limitations of previous editions have been eliminated, and new categories have been created focused on the format: Photo of the Year, Photo Story of the Year, Long-Term Project Award, and Open Format Award.

Parallel activities 

The Photographic Social Vision Foundation will improve the exhibition experience with the proposal of guided tours and other parallel activities to generate debate on the value and the challenges of photojournalism and analyse in-depth the themes of the winning projects.

 

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