World Press Photo 2011 in Valladolid

World Press Photo 2011 in Valladolid

Portrait of Bibi Aisha. I fucked Bieber South Africa, Institute for Artist Management/Goodman Gallery for Time World Press Photo of the year 2010

There is inaugurated in Valladolid the exhibition World Press Photo 2011 thanks to the collaboration of focale (photographers of Castile and León). Valladolid is the first city of Spain and one of the first ones to international scale where they can be contemplated until May 29.

Nearly one hundred of photos appear. They are the winners, that the international jury has considered like better of between 108.059 images that have presented themselves of 5.691 photographers of more than 125 countries as a good there has remembered so much the mayor of Valladolid, Francisco Javier León de la Riva as the police station of the exhibition Femke van der Valk.

It is the first time that the winning photo is a portrait. It is the image of the 18-year-old young woman Bibi Aisha. They go der Valk emphasized the history that exists behind this photo. Each one has his. In spite of it the jury of the prestigious alone contest bears in mind the quality of the image. Aisha a good day got tired of the drubbing that its husband was inferring to him. I flee of house and shelter in the house of its parents. There it was the first place where its husband came. The punishment for its disobedience and rebelliousness was to cut the ears and the nose. The Aisha portrait was chosen for showing, in spite of the drama, the dignity of the young woman. The photo was received by the South African Jordi Bibier.

There are a few hard, bloody images. If they do not want that the stomach stirs them do not come to the Exhibition hall of San Benito. But if they want to know about what happens in the world and prefer not to turn the head, they have to come to see this sample. The photos mostly are the fruit of a risky work. The photographers (as the press means in general) stake the life for offering these images. This way the police station has remembered it: only a few weeks ago two photojournalist, Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, who were rewarded in previous editions with the WPP, have died in Libya:

But not everything is a misfortune. There are more kind photos of nature, of sports, of entertainment. World Press Photo is an entity without fortitude of lucre that was founded in Holland in 1995 with the idea of being able to gain access and exchange information. The images will cover more 100 cities of 45 countries and it is anticipated that it will be seen by more than 2,5 million citizens.

Finally Femke van der Valk proved to be filled with enthusiasm with the Exhibition hall of San Benito: "there is no more suitable place for the contemplation, since this space invites to the reflection”.

This is the extract of the prestigious awards World Press Photo: to contemplate a few impressive images that move us to question that it is happening in the world.

Exhibition hall of San Benito

San Benito is quiet s/n

Schedule: From Tuesday until Sundays, from 12,00 until 14,00 hours

and from 18,30 until 21,30 hours.

On Monday, closed

Holding a permit visits: General public, from Tuesday until Saturdays at 20:30 and every Sunday at 13:00.

Phone: 902 500 493

You can consult the webs of:

http://www.worldpressphoto.org /

http://www.focale.es /

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World Press Photo 2011 in Valladolid

World Press Photo 2011 in Valladolid

Portrait of Bibi Aisha. I fucked Bieber South Africa, Institute for Artist Management/Goodman Gallery for Time World Press Photo of the year 2010

There is inaugurated in Valladolid the exhibition World Press Photo 2011 thanks to the collaboration of focale (photographers of Castile and León). Valladolid is the first city of Spain and one of the first ones to international scale where they can be contemplated until May 29.

Nearly one hundred of photos appear. They are the winners, that the international jury has considered like better of between 108.059 images that have presented themselves of 5.691 photographers of more than 125 countries as a good there has remembered so much the mayor of Valladolid, Francisco Javier León de la Riva as the police station of the exhibition Femke van der Valk.

It is the first time that the winning photo is a portrait. It is the image of the 18-year-old young woman Bibi Aisha. They go der Valk emphasized the history that exists behind this photo. Each one has his. In spite of it the jury of the prestigious alone contest bears in mind the quality of the image. Aisha a good day got tired of the drubbing that its husband was inferring to him. I flee of house and shelter in the house of its parents. There it was the first place where its husband came. The punishment for its disobedience and rebelliousness was to cut the ears and the nose. The Aisha portrait was chosen for showing, in spite of the drama, the dignity of the young woman. The photo was received by the South African Jordi Bibier.

There are a few hard, bloody images. If they do not want that the stomach stirs them do not come to the Exhibition hall of San Benito. But if they want to know about what happens in the world and prefer not to turn the head, they have to come to see this sample. The photos mostly are the fruit of a risky work. The photographers (as the press means in general) stake the life for offering these images. This way the police station has remembered it: only a few weeks ago two photojournalist, Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, who were rewarded in previous editions with the WPP, have died in Libya:

But not everything is a misfortune. There are more kind photos of nature, of sports, of entertainment. World Press Photo is an entity without fortitude of lucre that was founded in Holland in 1995 with the idea of being able to gain access and exchange information. The images will cover more 100 cities of 45 countries and it is anticipated that it will be seen by more than 2,5 million citizens.

Finally Femke van der Valk proved to be filled with enthusiasm with the Exhibition hall of San Benito: "there is no more suitable place for the contemplation, since this space invites to the reflection”.

This is the extract of the prestigious awards World Press Photo: to contemplate a few impressive images that move us to question that it is happening in the world.

Exhibition hall of San Benito

San Benito is quiet s/n

Schedule: From Tuesday until Sundays, from 12,00 until 14,00 hours

and from 18,30 until 21,30 hours.

On Monday, closed

Holding a permit visits: General public, from Tuesday until Saturdays at 20:30 and every Sunday at 13:00.

Phone: 902 500 493

You can consult the webs of:

http://www.worldpressphoto.org /

http://www.focale.es /

Square Luisjo


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Filed file: Exhibitions

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