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Word Photography Organisation

Founded in 2007 by CEO Scott Gray, World Photography Organisation is a leading global platform dedicated to the development and advancement of photographic culture.

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5 years ago

"Vietnam was all built in my imagination but just thanks to the cinema, through movies like Apocalypse Now.... I was curious to see what the country that defeated the US looked like."

5 years ago

"For each project, I always start with an initial idea, then spend months researching and exploring it playfully in sketchbooks. This time I’ve been working with photographs and video as well."

5 years ago

We are delighted to reveal the grand prize winners for the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards. Belgian photographer Frederik Buyckx secures title of Photographer of the Year.

5 years ago

Sony today introduced its new revolutionary digital camera, the α9 (model ILCE-9). 

5 years ago

We’ve teamed up with Art Fund to offer our subscribers a special National Art Pass deal for you to enjoy the best museums and exhibitions in the UK.

5 years ago

Today we have revealed the 10 extraordinary photographs that have won the Open competition of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards.

5 years ago

Jan Kempenaers’ third solo exhibition with Breese Little Gallery, London, features the debut presentation of a new, unseen body of work.

5 years ago

Belgian photographer Kevin Faingnaert has won the 2017 ZEISS Photography Award. Kevin's series 'Føroyar' depicts life on remote and sparsely populated villages on the Faroe Islands.

5 years ago

To celebrate International Women's Day, we asked 7 of our female staff members based in London to choose their favourite Open and Professional images by female photographers from the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards shortlist. 

5 years ago

"My interest is the context - the moments, days or years before and after the sensational 'media moment' and the wide-reaching relationships between political realities and human experience."

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