June 25, 2022

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World Press Photo 2022, Canadian Amber Bracken wins

The winner

Winners World Press Photo Contest 2022Very important Photo Magazine Competition for the World: This year, 64,823 photos and works were selected from 4,066 photographers from 130 countries. The jury, led by Rena Effendi, crowned the winner of the shot made at Canadian Kamloops School. Amber Brocken For that New York Times It was delivered This year’s world magazine photo. Pictured are red robes hanging from crosses on the road: Kamloops, a Catholic organization created for tribal children, commemorates dead children at the Indian Residential School. At that location, about 215 graves have been found. “It’s a kind of image that creeps into your memory, it evokes a kind of emotional reaction. I could almost feel the peace in this photo, the quiet moment of global conflict in colonial history, not just in Canada, but around the world,” Effendi points out, “This is an award.” Recalling the awakening of a disgraceful history that was finally addressed in Canada, it is a perfect picture of a rare light and at the same time harassment, compulsion and symbolism. The Commission determined that at least 4,100 students died while attending school due to malpractice, neglect, or illness. The largest in the system. In May 2021, 215 potential juvenile burials were identified in the Kamloops, confirming oral tragedy. GAM – Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art of Turin – presents this and other hit photos from April 29 to September 18: The 66th edition of the World Press Photo Exhibition is being held in Turin for the sixth consecutive year. Cime is a partner of the World Press Photo Foundation in Amsterdam and the Torino Museum Foundation.

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