Monday, October 17, 2022

World Press Photo 2022 at Brookfield Place

Large scale photographs sit under the white arch of the Allen Lambert Galleria in Brookfield Place. It is another year of powerful photos from the annual World Press Photo Contest which celebrates the best of documentary photography and photojournalism. This stop on the worldwide tour showcasing the "stories that matter" during the 65th annual contest remains at Brookfield Place until October 26.
From the World Press Photo website, "Selected by an independent jury out of 64,823 entries by 4,066 photographers from 130 countries, the 2022 World Press Photo Contest regional winners are 24 photographers from 23 countries: Argentina, Australia, Canada, Colombia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Ecuador, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Japan, Madagascar, Mexico, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Palestine, Russia, Sudan, and Thailand."
Columbia, South America: Police arrests during evictions of people from the San Isidro settlement, by Vladimir Encina
From the Book of Veles by Jonas Bediksen of Norway. The lady pictured is not real, she is a product of computer-generated 3D models for a documentary on fake news - where all the content of the book was fake
Women make camouflage gear for snipers in the Ukrainian army, by Guillaume Herbaut of France

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