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World Press Photo 2022 Arrives at the Franz Mayer Museum

World Press Photo 2022 Arrives at the Franz Mayer Museum

The return of the world's most important photojournalism exhibition.

Amber Bracken for The New York Times/World Press Photo

It’s that time of year again. World Press Photo, the most important photojournalism exhibition in the world, has arrived in Mexico City at the Franz Mayer Museum. An exhibition that defines not only the excellence of a profession, but also marks the ethical and social principles of the contemporary press.

With the participation of 4,066 photographers from 130 countries, the winners of this edition were chosen from from over 64,000 photographs. The exhibition allows us to witness the breadth and impact that visual journalism has in our times.

Some of the most prominent categories include:

  • Photography of the year
  • Graphic report of the year
  • Long Term Project Award
  • Open Format Award

The World Press Photo 2022 exhibition is now open to the public until October 2. To learn more about the exhibition, you can visit the Franz Mayer Museum website here.

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A small ferry boat is the only connection to the Old Believer village of Erzhey / Nanna Heitmann
Saving Forests with Fire / Matthew Abbott
The Book of Veles / Jonas Benediksen
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