This year, the World Press Photo exhibition will be held between September 23 and October 30, where you will be able to see the best of press photos that authentically document and tell the story of the most decisive events of the past year. The international jury selected 138 of the thousands of works by photographers from 130 countries that best captured the moments of, among others, the Ukrainian war, the Amazonian dystopia or the siege of the Capitol. The programs accompanying the exhibition will also be worth visiting, the exhibition Our Footprint, Man’s Impact on Our Planet by Milán Radisics will also displayed at the museum.
About the World Press Photo Foundation:
We are a global platform connecting photojournalists, documentary photographers and our worldwide audiences through trustworthy storytelling.
World Press Photo was founded in 1955 when a group of Dutch photographers organized a contest (World Press Photo”) to expose their work to an international audience. Since then, our mission has expanded. Our contests have grown into one of the world’s most prestigious competitions, rewarding the best in photojournalism and documentary photography. Through our successful worldwide exhibition program, we present to millions of people the stories that matter.
The World Press Photo Foundation is a creative, independent, nonprofit organization, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. We appreciate the support of our strategic partners, the Dutch Postcode Lottery and PwC.
Location: Hungarian National Museum
Available to view: September 23-October 30
Opening hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday: 10.00-18.00 Friday and Saturday: 10.00-20.00
Tickets: Normal: HUF 2900 Student: HUF 1450
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Budapest, Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum, Múzeum körút, MagyarországPrice
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