The very first World Press Photo Exhibition opened in Ho Chi Minh City

The World Press Photo Special Exhibition ‘Best of Three 2018-2020' showcases the best award-winning photography from the annual World Press Photo contests in the last three years, and is being displayed in Ho Chi Minh City for the first time.
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The very first World Press Photo Exhibition opened in Ho Chi Minh City
Consul General Carel Richter together with local authorities of Ho Chi Minh city, Dutch citizens and international friends witnessed the opening of the very first World Press Photo Exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City.

The World Press Photo Special Exhibition ‘Best of Three 2018-2020' can be seen from April 7 – 16 at Le Van Tam Park, Hai Ba Trung street, District 1.

This exhibition shows the World Press Photo winning images from 2018 to 2020 and is brought to Ho Chi Minh City by the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands with support of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City.

This exhibition was officially opened by Consul General Carel Richter together with local authorities of HCM City, Dutch citizens and international friends.

The "Best of Three 2018-2020" exhibition in HCM City this year presents the selection of the most important images of the past three years. They are immersive and inspiring stories focusing on topics like human rights,climate change and politics.

The very first World Press Photo Exhibition opened in Ho Chi Minh City
e "Best of Three 2018-2020" exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City this year presents the selection of the most important stories of the past 3 years. They are inspiring stories addressing what is happening around the world.

Each year, the prize-winning pictures are presented in an exhibition touring to around 100 cities in about 45 countries over the course of the year and visited by more than 4 million people worldwide. This is the first time that a WORLD PRESS PHOTO EXHIBITION takes place in HCM City and is held in a public space, open for everyone to visit.

The World Press Photo Exhibition | Best of Three 2018 – 2020 features 158 awarded photos from the last three years.

”I am proud to host the World Press Photo exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City with full support from the local government leadership. It underlines the good spirit and cooperation between the Netherlands and HCM City. These World Press Photo pictures facilitate discussion about important topics such as human rights and climate change”, said Consul General Carel Richter.

World Press Photo contest is the world’s leading contest for professional press photographers, photojournalists and documentary photographers. Since 1955 the World Press Photo Contest has rewarded professional photographers for the best pictures - presented as singles or stories in eight categories (Contemporary Issues, General News, Environment, Nature, Long-Term Projects, Portraits, Spot News, and Sports) - contributing to the past year of visual journalism.

In the last three years, the World Press Photo Foundation received around 75,000 images each year from at least 125 countries. Though the numbers have changed considerably over the years, its purpose is to honor the best visual journalism and share these stories with a global audience.

The mission of World Press Photo is to connect the world to the stories that matter, at the same time, embraces accuracy, transparency and diversity.

“We are very excited to show this Best of Three Exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City. The purpose of the World Press Photo exhibitions is to make people stop, feel, think and act and engage with a worldwide audience. We hope all visitors enjoy all these visual stories: the stories that matter”, Suzan van den Berg, Exhibitions Coordinator for World Press Photo shared./.

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