World Press Photo 2016
21-10-2016 - 13-11-2016
The World Press Photo of the Year 2015
The jury selected an image by Australian photographer Warren Richardson. Richardson’s picture shows refugees crossing the border from Serbia into Hungary.
Taken at night on 28 August 2015, this man and child were part of the movement of people seeking to crossinto Hungary before a secure fence on the border was completed.
Richardson is a freelance photographer, currently based in Budapest, Hungary. He explained how the picture was made:
“I camped with the refugees for five days on the border. A group of about 200 people arrived, and they moved under the trees along the fence line.
They sent women and children, then fathers and elderly men first. I must have been with this crew for about five hours and we played cat and mouse with the police the whole night.
It was around three o’clock in the morning and you can’t use a flash while the police are trying to find these people, because I would just give them away.”
GUIDED TOUR ON OCTOBER 21TH
Centre Céramique has arranged a guided tour given by the staff members of World Press Photo. This guided tour takes place on Friday, October 21, at 14:00 hours and will be held in English.
The guided tour costs € 5,00 or € 4,00 for library members (reduced price only in presale, and coffee/ tea is included).
Present yourself at the Customer service of Centre Céramique 043-3505600 or email@example.com.
WORLD PRESS PHOTO
World Press Photo is an independent, non-profit organization. Its office is in Amsterdam, where the World Press Photo was founded in 1955.
Its main aim is to support and promote internationally the work of professional press photographers.
Over the years, World Press Photo has evolved into an independent platform for photojournalism and the free exchange of information.
World Press Photo receives support from the Dutch Postcode Lottery and is sponsored worldwide by Canon.
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