World Press Photo Expo 2017
2017–2018 / Various venues

 

The event showcases the photography from the winners of one of the most prestigious professional competitions in the world. In 2016, 5000 photographers from 125 countries submitted a total of 80,000 images.

Since the first award ceremony in 1955, the World Press Photo has become the most esteemed photojournalism event. –The New York Times

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibition of award-winning photos is shown worldwide in 100 cities and 45 countries, reaching a global audience of 4 million people each year.

Helsinki, Finland / Through September 6, 2017
Mexico City, Mexico / Through September 24, 2017
Palermo, Italy / Through September 24, 2017
Montreal, Canada / Through October 1, 2017
Perpignan, France / Through September 22, 2017
Erfurt, Germany / Through September 14, 2017
Saitama, Japan / From September 6 – 18, 2017
Jakarta, Indonesia / From September 7-28, 2017
Vienna, Austria / September 15 – October 22, 2017
Taipei, Taiwan / October 27-November 19, 2017
London, United Kingdom / November 3-20, 2017
Rotterdam, The Netherlands / January 20 – February 9, 2018

For other dates and locations, please visit the Exhibition Page >

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