World Press Photo Exhibition returns to Palazzo delle Esposizioni.
Rome hosts an exhibition dedicated to the the 2023 edition of World Press Photo at Palazzo delle Esposizioni on Via Nazionale from 5 May to 4 June.
The show presents a national preview of the 120 winning images of the international photojournalism competition which awards the best professional photographers every year since 1955.
The Photo of the Year goes to Evgeniy Maloletka for his image from the siege of Mariupol for "perfectly capturing the human suffering caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine".
The Story of the Year, nine haunting but beautiful photos by Mads Nissen, refuses to let us forget the people of Afghanistan living now under the Taliban.
The Long-Term Project Award goes to Anush Babajanyan, for her work spanning years to highlight the impact of climate change on water management in central Asia.
Each year an independent jury at the World Press Photo Foundation in Amsterdam selects images for this prestigious recognition of international photojournalism, with winners chosen in eight categories including general news, sports, the environment and portraits.
The 66th annual World Press Photo Contest drew entries from 3,752 photographers from 127 different countries.
For visiting details see Palazzo delle Esposizioni website. Cover image Evgeniy Maloletka / World Press Photo 2023
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