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World Press Photo 2018

World Press Photo 2018

World Press Photo of the Year, prize stories
Venezuela Crisis
Ronaldo Schemidt
May 3, 2017, Venezuela, Commissioned by Agence France Pres

The World Press Photo Exhibition travels about 100 venues including Japan, European and Asian countries

“World Press Photo 2018” will be held from 9th June to 5th August 2018 at the Exhibition Gallery on the 1st basement of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum.
In 1955 a group of Dutch photographers organized an international contest (“World Press Photo”) to expose their work to a global audience. Since then the contest has grown into the world’s most prestigious photography competition, and through successful worldwide exhibition program, presents the winning stories to millions of people.

World Press Photo 2018

Environment, first prize singles
Waiting For Freedom
Neil Aldridge
September 21, 2017, South Africa

World Press Photo 2018

General News, first prize stories
The Battle for Mosul
Ivor Prickett
July 12, 2017, Ireland, Commissioned by The New York Times

World Press Photo 2018

Nature, second prize singles
Thomas P. Peschak
April 18, 2017, Germany

Each of them describes the reality from the photographers’ perspectives, which are hardly seen in our everyday life. In addition, as the prize-winning photos internalize powerful expression, sometimes aesthetics and sometimes seriousness will approach the audience’s hearts directly. The exhibition brings you the opportunity to explore the documentaries or the decisive moments of the photographs.

World Press Photo 2018

People, first prize stories,
Boko Haram Strapped Suicide Bombs
Adam Ferguson
September 21, 2017, Australia, Commissioned by The New York Times

World Press Photo 2018

Sports, first prize stories
Kid Jockeys
Alain Schroeder
Belgium, September 17, 2017

Details

Event Name World Press Photo 2018
Venue Tokyo Photographic Art Museum B1F Exhibition Gallery
Dates June 9, 2018 – August 5, 2018
Note 【Closed】 Mondays (however, it will open on July 16 [Mon]) and July 17
Open Hours Tuesday – Wednesday 10:00-18:00
Thursday – Friday 10:00-20:00
Saturday – Sunday 10:00-18:00
*Last admission until 30 minutes before closing.
Admission 【Day ticket】
Adults 800 yen
College Students 600 yen
High School and Junior High School Students, Over 65 400 yen
【Advance ticket】
Adults 640 yen
College Students 480 yen
High School and Junior High School Students, Over 65 320 yen
*Elementary school students and below are free.
Address 1-13-3 Mita, Meguro-ku, Tokyo
Contact 03-3280-0099
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