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World Press Photo 2017 - Gli scatti vincitori

World Press Photo 2017 – Gli scatti vincitori

| On 15, Feb 2017

Annunciati i vincitori della 60esima edizione del concorso di fotogiornalismo più noto al mondo.

di Redazione Art Vibes


Picture: Tiejun Wang – Sweat Makes Champions, Xuzhou, Jiangsu, China, July 15, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Daily Life, second prize singles


La giuria del World Press Photo, il più importante concorso di fotogiornalismo al mondo, ha annunciato i vincitori della 60esima edizione. Sono state sottoposte al parere dei giurati più di 80 mila foto, scattate da più di 5000 fotografi, provenienti da 125 paesi.

Il vincitore assoluto è Burhan Ozbilici, che ha documentato l’attentato all’ambasciatore russo in Turchia. Scattata il 19 dicembre 2016 dal fotografo dell’Associated Press, mostra il poliziotto fuori servizio Mevlut Mert Altintas che impugna l’arma con cui pochi attimi prima aveva ucciso il diplomatico. Una scelta spiegata dalla necessità di voler premiare un’immagine che ben rappresentasse il clima di odio che si respira nella nostra epoca.

A dominare sono state anche le migrazioni nel Mediterraneo, le proteste degli afroamericani negli Stati Uniti, il conflitto in Siria. Quattro invece gli italiani premiati: Francesco Comello con la sua “Isola della salvezza“, Alessio Romenzi con il suo lavoro sulla guerra in Libia, Antonio Gibotta con le sue foto della battaglia degli infarinati in Spagna e Giovanni Capriotti, vincitore della categoria Sport con una splendida storia legata al rugby.

Le immagini vincitrici faranno parte di una mostra itinerante in 45 paesi diversi che arriverà in Italia dal 28 aprile al 28 maggio 2017. Di seguito alcuni degli scatti premiati.

 

Antonio Gibotta - Enfarinat People, Ibi, Spain, December 28, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, second prize, stories, Commissioned by Agenzia Controluce
©Antonio Gibotta – Enfarinat People, Ibi, Spain, December 28, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, second prize, stories, Commissioned by
Agenzia Controluce

Burhan Ozbilici - An Assassination in Turkey, Ankara, Turkey, December 19, 2016, World Press Photo of the Year, first prize singles
©Burhan Ozbilici – An Assassination in Turkey, Ankara, Turkey, December 19, 2016, World Press Photo of the Year, first prize singles

Francesco Comello - Isle of Salvation, Yaroslavl, Russia, October 5, 2015, World Press Photo 2017, Daily Life, third prize stories
©Francesco Comello – Isle of Salvation, Yaroslavl, Russia, October 5, 2015, World Press Photo 2017, Daily Life, third prize stories

Francis Pérez - Caretta Caretta Trapped, Tenerife. Canary Islands, Spain, June 8, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Nature, first prize singles.
©Francis Pérez – Caretta Caretta Trapped, Tenerife. Canary Islands, Spain, June 8, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Nature, first prize singles.

Jonathan Bachman - Taking a Stand in Baton Rouge, July 9, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, first prize singles, commissioned by Thomson Reuters.
©Jonathan Bachman – Taking a Stand in Baton Rouge, July 9, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, first prize singles, commissioned by Thomson Reuters.

Jaime Rojo - Monarchs in the Snow, Michoacan, Mexico, March 12, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Nature, third prize singles
©Jaime Rojo – Monarchs in the Snow, Michoacan, Mexico, March 12, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Nature, third prize singles.

Lalo de Almeida - Victims of the Zika virus, Areia, Brazil, October 19, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, second prize stories, first prize singles, commissioned by Folha de São Paulo.
©Lalo de Almeida – Victims of the Zika virus, Areia, Brazil, October 19, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, second prize stories, first prize singles, commissioned by Folha de São Paulo.

Magnus Wennman - What ISIS Left Behind, Erbil, Iraq, September 18, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, People, first prize singles, commissioned by Aftonbladet.
©Magnus Wennman – What ISIS Left Behind, Erbil, Iraq, September 18, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, People, first prize singles, commissioned by Aftonbladet.

Mathieu Willcocks - Mediterranean Migration, Mediterranean Sea, June 29, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Spot News, third prize stories
©Mathieu Willcocks – Mediterranean Migration, Mediterranean Sea, June 29, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Spot News, third prize stories

Matthieu Paley - China’s Wild West, Kashgar, China, June 3, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Daily Life, third prize singles, commissioned by National Geographic Magazine
©Matthieu Paley – China’s Wild West, Kashgar, China, June 3, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Daily Life, third prize singles, commissioned by National Geographic Magazine

Giovanni Capriotti - Boys Will Be Boys, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 4, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Sports, first prize stories
©Giovanni Capriotti – Boys Will Be Boys, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 4, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Sports, first prize stories

Peter Bauza - Copacabana Palace, Campo Grande, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 15, 2015, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, third prize stories
©Peter Bauza – Copacabana Palace, Campo Grande, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 15, 2015, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, third prize stories

Vadim Ghirda - Migrant Crossing, Idomeni, Greece, March 14, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, second prize singles, Commissioned by The Associated Press
©Vadim Ghirda – Migrant Crossing, Idomeni, Greece, March 14, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, Contemporary Issues, second prize singles, Commissioned by The Associated Press

Alessio Romenzi - We Are Not Taking Any Prisoners, Sirte, Libya, November 26, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, General News, third prize stories
©Alessio Romenzi – We Are Not Taking Any Prisoners, Sirte, Libya, November 26, 2016, World Press Photo 2017, General News, third prize stories

– photo via: worldpressphoto.org


website: worldpressphoto.org


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