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Where to See the World’s Best Press Photos in Singapore

If a picture is worth a thousand words, be prepared for the moving stories these photographs will tell. 

 

The annual World Press Photo (WPP) will be back in town from January 29 to February 21 at the National Museum of Singapore.

Billed as the “Oscars” of photojournalism, the global travelling exhibition showcases 145 prize-winning photographs that captured the most powerful, expressive, and on occasion provocative press images from around the world. 

These photos were shortlisted from 97,912 entries submitted by 5,692 photographers from 131 countries for the annual World Press Photo contest.

Homegrown talent Sim Chi Yin, who is based in China. will be present for a panel discussion and talks. 

 

Find out more about WPP 2016:

World Press Photo exhibition returns to Singapore at the National Museum

World Press Photo: View the world’s most compelling press images

Shooting stories: Photojournalists share their work and experiences at World Press Photo exhibition

The WPP exhibition attracted over 25,000 visitors in Singapore last year. 

 

Photo: World Press Photo Singapore’s Facebook Page

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