Lo mejor del fotoperiodismo mundial llegan a la CDMX
La fotografía es un arte y combinada con el periodismo arroja imágenes sumamente geniales. Es por ello que el World Press Photo premia año con año a lo mejor del fotoperiodismo año con año. Y para deleite de todos los que vivimos en la CDMX y alrededores, tendremos el placer de disfrutar de estas obras de primera mano.
La colección del World Press Photo 2017 llega al Museo Franz Mayer en la Ciudad de México, y podremos disfrutar de ella a partir del 21 de julio y hasta el 24 de septiembre. Así que, si te gusta la foto y el periodismo, no te puedes perder esta maravillosa exposición.
INLE LAKE, BURMA : A seagull flies along side a long tail boat on Inle Lake in Burma ( Myanmar). The famous lake is 22 kilometers long and 11 wide and has been a fisherman’s paradise for years where they use their leg rowing technique, standing on the stern on one leg and wrapping the other leg around the oar. They catch a type of Carp called Nga-hpein selling it for about USD 1.00.#photojournalism #photography #Myanmar #Burma #fisherman #travel This is Paula Bronstein @pbbphoto. I am an American photographer based in Asia. It is my pleasure to take over the World Press Photo Instagram feed this week. I’ll be sharing a very wide selection of images starting with my award winning book “Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear” that chronicles 15 years of working in the war-torn country. I will then be moving onto images from Asia to Africa. Please feel free to visit my website at www.paulaphoto.com
We are back in Afghanistan to end my Instagram takeover today, its been a pleasure and an honor to do this. The last few images are from The Cost of War project, which I will be continuing in other countries. A single from this story won the first place. Follow me on Instagram @pbbphoto and visit my website www.paulaphoto.com. KABUL, AFGHANISTAN -MARCH 29, 2016: A the Emergency hospital Najiba holds her nephew Shabir, age 2, who was injured from a bomb blast which killed his sister in Kabul on March 29, 2016. Najiba had to stay with the children as their mother buried her daughter.#women #afghanistan #photojournalism #photography #war #WPPh17 #civiliancasualties #warwounded #wounded #crisis
Afghan women in burqas walk in front of the Darulaman Palace in Kabul, Afghanistan on February 3, 2002 on a breezy winter day. The palace lies in ruins, it once was the materpiece of Kabul built by King Amanullah. #women #afghanistan #photojournalism #photography #war #WPPh17 #poverty This is Paula Bronstein @pbbphoto . I am an American photographer based in Asia. it is my pleasure to take over the World Press Photo Instagram feed this week. I’ll be sharing a very wide selection of images starting with my award winning book “Afghanistan: Between Hope and Fear” that chronicles 15 years of working in the war-torn country. I will then be moving onto images from Asia to Africa. Please feel free to visit my website at www.paulaphoto.com
What ISIS left behind. Image 6/6. Maha (5) is comforted by her mother, in Debaga refugee camp in northeastern Iraq. A week earlier, Maha and her family had fled the town of Hawija, 160 kilometers south of Mosul. Hawija had been under the control of the Islamic State group (IS) since August 2014, and was the last major IS stronghold in oil-rich Kirkuk province, as Iraqi troops recaptured territory on their move towards Mosul. At the time, some 400,000 civilians remained trapped in Hawija and its outlying areas, with little food or medicine, under a blockade from IS that prevented humanitarian aid getting through. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ // This is @magnuswennman. I am a father, husband and a visual journalist. I am based in Stockholm and work on the daily paper Aftonbladet. This week I will share stories that I have been working on this past year