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 as well as the debate it generates.
EXHIBITION OPENING TIMES
Tuesdays to Thursdays from 11am to 8pm
Fridays from 11am to 9pm
Saturdays and sundays from 10am to 9pm
Closed on Mondays except bank holidays
The ticket desk closes 30 minutes before the gallery does.
General admission: 6 € + management fee
Concessions: 4 €* + management fee
* Holders of the Carnet Jove / Holders of the Carnet Biblioteques / Large and single-parent families / Senior citizens / Under-25s / Groups (minimum 15 persons)
Document proving the discount must be presented at the entrance, accompanied by the ticket.
The chosen day of purchase is not binding to visit the exhibition. The ticket can be used while the exhibition lasts.
Free admission days
Sundays from 3pm to 8pm (limited capacity), International Museum Day (Friday May 18th 2018), Museums Night (Saturday May 19th from 7pm to 1:30 am).
Free admission to exhibitions
Unemployed, Generalitat teaching licence holders, groups that have signed free admission agreements, senior citizens who are Pink Card holders, ICOM members, under 12s, accredited journalists.
NOTE: Although the CCCB offers free exhibitions on Sundays from 3 pm, Photographic Social Vision recommends, for a better experience, to visit the exhibition from Tuesday to Saturday due to the great influx of people. In addition, by buying your ticket you support the work of the Foundation and make it possible for World Press Photo to be seen in Barcelona.
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.
Tuesdays at 18h (in catalan)
Wednesdays at 18h
Fridays at 15h
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.
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.