World Press Photo Barcelona 18
28th april > 27th may 2018
World Press Photo is considered the most important photojournalism exhibition in the world, both for the quality of the photographs and the debate it generates on the issues it addresses. The exhibition is the result of an international competition organized annually by the foundation of the same name and aimed at fostering a better understanding of the world through high-quality press photography. It is one of the photography events that attracts most visitors in the city, with a record-breaking total of more than 56.400 visits during the most recent month-long exhibition in 2016.
Photographic Social Vision organises at the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona alongside the exhibition:
- guided tours
We’re offering visits to the exhibition guided by an expert in the analysis of visual language, who’ll help us understand the images in their full depth and the nature of World Press Photo.
Tuesdays at 18h (in catalan)
Wednesdays at 18h
Fridays at 15h
CONFERENCE > Beyond images
An opportunity to dive into anectodes, useful advice and specific technical information given by the awarded photographers. More information soon.
SCREENINGS > Awarded Documentaries in the Digital Storytelling Contest
Open screening session of the works of the Long and Short Format categories of the Digital Storytelling Contest.
CONFERENCE > Meet the Photographer
A session to share experiences with an awardwinning photographer. Editors, journalists and photographers can dialogaq and debate about contemporary issues. More information soon.
WORKSHOPS > Photographers Career Developement
Immersive workshops to know the bases of photography business. The program will go through basic skills such as defining brand values, drawing a market map and identifying audience and clients, combined with introductions to various business models available to working photographers.
More details and submissions soon!
PRIVATE GUIDED TOUR
Avoid long queues and enjoy a guided visit with one of the managers of Photographic Social Vision, providing tools for understanding and interpreting images in depth – as highlighting the impact of photography on the individual and the environment.