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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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6 years ago

Taking place from January 27-29, 2017 at the Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center, PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco will present fresh and cutting-edge work in a highly curated environment with a keen focus on international contemporary living artists.

6 years ago

Amy Yenkin the Director of the Documentary Photography Project, and Siobhan Riordan, the exhibition associate, talks to Blink’s Laurence Cornet about the 'Moving Walls'. 

6 years ago

"We are proud to remain the most international art fair in mainland China and to confirm our position as the leading destination for collectable photography in Asia." - Alexander Montague-Sparey

6 years ago

Project Pressure and The Glacier Trust are welcoming proposals from artists using photography and video to contribute to Project Pressure’s archive and be a part of its upcoming exhibitions. 

6 years ago

Hector Muñoz Huerta was the winner of the Arts & Culture category at the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. 

6 years ago

In 2016, the ZEISS Photography Award was handed out for the first time, in parallel to the Sony World Photography Awards. Find out about the history of ZEISS, from the company’s beginnings right up to the present day.

6 years ago

Read our interview with Simon Morris, shortlisted in the People category and 2nd Place winner in the UK National Award of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.

6 years ago

After one too many injuries, Chris Baker decided to get on the safe side of the sidelines and begin a two year documentation of football on the Hackney Marshes. 

6 years ago

Manuel grew up going back and forth between Venezuela and Portugal, and from this mix, tropical nostalgia, magical realism, minimalism and an obsession with geometry and patterns influence his artistic work deeply.
 

6 years ago

Nikolai Linares won 1st place in the Professional Sport category of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards with his acclaimed portrait series ‘Second Best’.

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