The Photographic Social Vision Foundation is organizing the exhibition of the photography competition, offering online visits.
For the sixteenth year in a row, the Photographic Social Vision Foundation is organising the exhibition of the World Press Photo. It can be visited in person at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) with a reduced capacity, from 13 November to 20 December. However, the new feature of this edition is that the foundation expands their programme with online guided tours on the FilmIn platform, where the experts of the educational team of the foundation will take you through the exhibition. You will also have other free content available, such as interviews with some of the winners.
This year, you will be able to see three Spanish authors on display, who have won a third prize in different categories: Ricard García Vilanova and Ramon Espinosa, from Barcelona, and Antonio Pizarro Rodríguez, from Seville. The winners of this 2020 edition are the Japanese Yasuyoshi Chiba (on individual photography) and the Danish Nicolas Asfouri (on photographic report), and they talk about citizen protestesting. The climate crisis, gender inequality and different expressions of hatred and their consequences are the other topics covered in this edition.
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