The World Press Photo Exhibition connects the US audience to visual journalists and storytellers, promoting freedom of expression, freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
The World Press Photo Exhibition 2019 will be shown in Washington, DC, from November 9 until December 8, 2019, in the Dupont Underground. More information.
It will move to Phoenix, Arizona, from January 16 until February 7, 2020, in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. More information is coming soon.
About the World Press Photo Foundation
The World Press Photo Foundation believes in the power of showing and the importance of seeing high-quality visual stories. It all began in 1955 when a group of Dutch photographers organized an international contest (“World Press Photo”) to expose their work to a global audience.
For six decades, the World Press Photo Foundation has been working from its home in Amsterdam as an independent, nonprofit organization. In that time, the world has changed continuously, and new developments in the media and technology have transformed journalism and storytelling.
The foundation’s mission has expanded, and draws on their experience to guide visual journalists, storytellers, and audiences around the world through this challenging and exciting landscape. Their purpose is to connect the world to the stories that matter.