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World Press Photo 2021

International Photojournalism Exhibition

The Photographic Social Vision Foundation is organising, for the seventeenth time, the best-known photojournalism exhibition worldwide, which brings together all the winners of the World Press Photo photography and digital narrative competitions.

Pablo Tosco, Samuel Arand and Silvia Fernández

Photojournalism Doesn’t Change the World but Reveals It

The years go by and the debate about what photojournalism should be is still being discussed. The photojournalists Samuel Aranda and Pablo Tosco, both with wide experience in the profession, offer the occasion to reflect on the need for a fresh look at photojournalism and its ability to have ...

Instants of an Imperfect World

An immersive experience

Musicians, composers, and performers have taken their inspiration from photographic coverage of several humanitarian crises to create the original soundtrack for this work.

Stop Filming Us

Joris Postema, Bernadette Vivuya, François Dumont and Sílvia Omedes

What message is constructed by the media and from the western cultural domain about what is happening in developing countries? Can a western filmmaker show the reality of humanitarian situations and conflict in the so-called global south? Following the screening of the documentary Stop Filming Us, the discussion in this session is about the extent to which “good intentions” perpetuate stereotypes and can cause frustration.