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INVITATION: The World Press Photo - Singapore Exhibition Launch & Panel Discussion

  • 19 Oct 2018
  • National Museum of Singapore
    93 Stamford Road
    Singapore 1778897
  • 7pm
  • Nil

Capturing imagination. Changing lives. The World Press Photo exhibition, billed as the "Oscars" of photojournalism, returns to Singapore at the National Museum from October 6 to 28, 2018.

As one of the world's most prestigious photography contests, the exhibition showcases 161 prize-winning photographs that capture the most powerful, poignant and provocative news images from around the world.

The 2018 global contest drew more than 73,000 submissions from 4,548 photographers across 125 countries. Of these, the jury awarded prizes to 42 photographers from 22 countries, including Australia, Bangladesh, and China.

FCA journalists are invited to the Singapore launch of the World Press Photo 2018 exhibition on October 5, which will be held as a cocktail reception at the National Museum of Singapore; as well as a panel discussion with the three award-winning photographers on October 19.

Place:   National Museum of Singapore (93 Stamford Road), Level 2
Date:    Friday, 5 October 2018
Time:    5pm (cocktail reception)
Guest of Honour, Ms Chang Hwee Nee, CEO of the National Heritage Board, will officially open the exhibition.

Place:   National Museum of Singapore (93 Stamford Road), Gallery Theatre
Date:    Friday, 19 October 2018
Time:    7pm
* Patrick Brown, World Press Photo of The Year nominee & 1st Prize Singles, General News (Rohingya Crisis)
* Masfiqur Sohan, 3rd Prize Singles, General News (Watch Houses Burn)
* Ivor Prickett, World Press Photo of The Year nominee (The Battle of Mosul)

Kindly RSVP by Thursday, 4 October 2018 with Ms Zakiyah Hanani, Weber Shandwick at 6825-8207 or

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