World Press Photo 2011January 6, 2012 0 By melakatour
January 6, 2012 during 2:00 pm
What initial started out as a inhabitant foe became an general annual eventuality when members of a Dutch photojournalists’ kinship came adult with a thought behind in 1955. Ever given that initial competition, a people at Nederlandse Vereniging outpost Fotojournalisten (NVF) have always displayed a winning cinema in an exhibition. At initial there were usually over 300 photographs sent in by 42 photographers from 11 countries that were submitted for a competition. Over a years, these numbers have increasing tremendously, as clear with a record series of images perceived for a foe in 2011 – a whopping 108, 059 images taken by 5,691 photographers from 125 countries including Malaysia.
This year, Malaysia is advantageous to be comparison once again to horde this unique, one-of-a-kind travelling muster that will be hold from 30th Jan compartment 19th Mar 2012 during 4 opposite locations – Kuala Lumpur, Malacca, Kota Kinabalu and Penang. Like a years before, visitors to this muster will be treated with a winning photographs that is firm to stop a chairman in their marks and make a viewers consider twice about a emanate that is being highlighted. The operation of topics that were lonesome by this year’s winners are simply amazing; from a trembler in Haiti to a Madrid bullfights are a handful of a subjects represented among 2011?s award-winning crop.
So make it a indicate to come and revisit a World Press Photo 11 muster during these locations and dates:-
KLCC Convention Centre from 30th Jan compartment 12th Feb 2012
Balai Seni Lukis Negara from 14th Feb compartment 23rd Feb 2012
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
1 Borneo Shopping Mall from 27th Feb compartment 8th Mar 2012
Penang Town Hall from 10th Mar compartment 19th Mar 2012
For some-more information about a exhibition, greatfully record on to their website here.
Photos (c) Jodi Bieber, Institute for Artist Management/Goodman Gallery for Time magazine, Seamus Murphy, VII Photo Agency, Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images