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“En la fotografía hay una realidad tan sutil que llega a ser más real que la realidad”.
–Alfred Stieglitz


Siempre he sido una fiel creyente de que las historias pueden contarse de diferentes maneras, y una de ellas es la fotografía, con la cual podemos revivir aquel momento plasmado, sentir la esencia y dejar que los sentimientos que transmite nos trasladen.

Uno de los lugares en los cuales se puede revivir la historia con las fotografías es el World Press Photo, fundación que año con año premia y promueve el trabajo visual realizado por fotoperiodistas, periodistas y fotógrafos, entres otros. De esta forma, a partir de este viernes la exposición del World Press Photo estará disponible en el segundo piso del Museo Franz Mayer, y por primera vez se exhibirá por un periodo de dos meses en dicho establecimiento.

La exhibición cuenta con un total de 143 fotografías ganadoras en diferentes categorías, así como también la imagen del asesino del embajador ruso en Turquía, con un dedo en el aire, un arma en la mano y el rostro marcado por la ira, tomada por el fotógrafo turco Burhan Ozbilici, dicha imagen es la ganadora de este año y fue vista 18 millones de veces en las horas posteriores al asesinato.

 

La foto ganadora del certamen 2017.

 

Babette Warendorf, curadora y representante del concurso, indicó que al elegir la fotografía ganadora no se busca una foto estéticamente atractiva, sino una imagen que cuenta una historia y ese es el encanto de esta exposición.

Asimismo, dentro de la exposición habrá conferencias, ciclos de cine (anunciaran las películas una semana antes en sus redes sociales) y dos talleres, uno de ellos será de fotoperiodismo y te puedes inscribir directo en el museo o con transferencia interbancaria, tiene una duración de cuatro fines de semana.

Si estás listo para revivir estas historias, te dejo los datos para que puedas acudir

Los ganadores

 

Contemporary Issues (Primer lugar)

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Contemporary Issues (Primer lugar, historias)

Morton County Sheriffs - Riot police clear marchers from a secondary road outside a Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) worker camp using rubber bullets, pepper spray, tasers and arrests. In other incidents they've employed militarized vehicles, water canons, tear gas and have been accused of using percussion grenades.

Daily Life (Primer lugar)

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. In 2016 marked another milestone in its 15-year engagement in Afghanistan. Despite billions of dollars spent by the international community to stabilize the country, Afghanistan has seen little improvement in terms of overall stability and human security. The situation on the ground for Afghans continues to be grave. Security for the Afghan people has also deteriorated in large swaths of the country, further complicating humanitarian response. Afghan civilians are at greater risk today than at any time since Taliban rule. According to UN statistics, in the first half of 2016 at least 1,600 people had died, and more than 3,500 people were injured, a 4 per cent increase in overall civilian causalities compared to the same period last year. The upsurge in violence has had devastating consequences for civilians, with suicide bombings and targeted attacks by the Taliban and other insurgents causing 70 percent of all civilian casualties.

Daily Life (Primer lugar, historias)

A weathered barber shop in Old Havana, Cuba on January 25, 2016. Cuba at times can feel like a nation abandoned. The aching disrepair of its cities, the untamed foliage of its countryside, the orphaned coastlines — a half-century of isolation has wrapped the country in decay. Yet few places in the world brim with as much life as Cuba, a contrast drawn sharper amid its faded grandeur.

General News (Primer lugar, historias)

Heavy rain pours as Scene of the Crime Operatives investigate inside an alley on October 11, 2016, where a victim, Romeo Joel Torres Fontanilla, 37, was killed by two unidentified gunmen riding motorcycles in the early morning in Manila, Philippines. President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines began his anti-drug campaign when he took office on June 30. Since then, over 2,000 people had been slain at the hands of the police alone. Beyond those killed in official drug operations, the Philippine National Police have counted more than 3,500 unsolved homicides since July 1. The victims, suspected users and pushers, are not afforded any semblance of due process, and are killed just about everywhere imaginable.

General News (Primer lugar)

Mosul, November 2, 2016 The Iraqis Special Operations Forces (Isof 1, Golden Division, ISF) are searching houses of Cogjali, a eastern district of Mosul, looking for Daesh members, equipment and evidences. Young and adult men are quickly interviewed. Most of the time, civilians feel insecure while fighters of isof, still under the threat of snipers and car bombs, feel being in hostile territory. Photo Laurent van der Stockt / Getty Reportages Cogjali, Mossoul, le 2 novembre 2016 Des forces spéciales de Isof 1 (Golden Division, ICTF), encore sporadiquement pris pour cible par des snipers, parcourent les rues de Cogjali et cherchent la présence de membres de Daesh maison par maison. Les jeunes hommes et les adultes sont d'abord sommairement questionnés. Dans beaucoup de situations, les habitants se sentent en insécurité pendant que les membres des ICTF menacés par les snipers et les voitures suicides sont en terrain hostile. Photo Laurent Van der Stockt

Long-Term Projects (Primer lugar)

Civilians escape from a fire at a house destroyed by the air attack in the Luhanskaya village

Nature (Primer lugar)

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People (Primer lugar)

Maha, 5 and her family fled from the village Hawija outside Mosul, Iraq, seven days ago. The fear of Isis and the lack of food forced them to leave their home, her mother says. Now Maha lays on a dirty mattress in the overcrowded transit center in Debaga refugee camp. I do not dream and I'm not afraid of anything anymore Maha says quietly, while her mother's hand strokes her hair.

Nature (Primer lugar, historias)

NELSPRUIT, SOUTH AFRICA: "CARE FOR WILD AFRICA" is a donor run orgnaniation that specializes in caring for wounded animals. They have a special focus on rhino and have taken in many rhino orphans from the poaching wars across South Africa at this time. Their latest orphan is Lulah, her mother was killed in Kruger National Park and when the rangers found Lulah she was estimated to be one month old. Hyenas had attacked the tiny calf and chewed off her ears, parts of her nose and inflicted a large bite on her rear right leg. Lulah has a strong will to live and despite fighting off infection in the wound she is looking like she will survive. Lulah has a full time caregiver Dorota Ladosz, 25, who are full time staff at C.W.A. Dorota has an honors degree in both Animal Science and Wildlife Management. She lives full time with Lulah at the time of this picture and sleeps with her in her enclosure. She maintains a constant watch on Lulah’s injuries and her temperature and feeds her at regular intervals. Lulah received surgery on this day and her wounds were cleaned out by Jan-Louis Ras, a surgeon who volunteers his services to Care for Wild Africa but actually usually works on humans. Infections in Lulah’s leg were cleaned out and her ears and the top of her head were dressed and disinfected. Care for Wild Africa has taken care of multiple rhino calves like this and today they have 27 survivors living on the property. Paying for their upkeep and their security is difficult.

Sports (Primer lugar)

Jockey Nina Carberry flies off her horse Sir Des Champs as they fall at The Chair fence during the Grand National steeplechase during day three of the Grand National Meeting at Aintree Racecourse on April 9th 2016 in Liverpool, England.

Sports (Primer lugar, historias)

Muddy York Rugby Football Club players Michael Smith, left, Devin McCarney, centre, and Jean Paul Markides are photographed during a rehearsal for their performance at the annual team's fundraiser drag show on Saturday November 5, 2016, in Toronto, Ontario. Fundraisers, along with sponsorships, play a major role for the team's season budget. Each player pays an annual fee to the club, that covers the uniforms, practice facilities and Rugby Ontario fees. Muddy Yorks helps or provides players who can't afford the payment, with an exemption.

People (Primer lugar, historias)

Port of Progreso, Mexico, where Koreans first arrived in the Yucatan peninsula. Progreso, Mexico. 2016.

Spot News (Primer lugar, historias)

Gallery goers cower after Mevlut Mert Altintas shot Andrei Karlov, the Russian ambassador to Turkey, at an art gallery in Ankara, Turkey, Monday, Dec. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)

 

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2 Comments

  1. Mariano Fndez 22 julio, 2017 at 2:54 pm -  Responder

    Guau que fotos. Otra forma de llamar a los fotógrafos era periodistas gráficos. Muy bueno felicidades!!

    • María 25 julio, 2017 at 1:06 pm -  Responder

      Son increíbles fotografías, y sobre todo impactantes.
      ¡Muchas gracias por leernos!
      Seguiremos escribiendo artículos de tu interés 🙂

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