World Press Photo Exhibition 2023

Mon-Fri: 07:00 -19.00, Sat: 12.00 – 17.00, Sun: closed
September 5 2023 till September 26 2023
Atlas building, begane grond (ground level)
Price: Free (Student) Free (Others)

We are proud to again host 2023 World Press Photo Exhibition at our TU/e campus. Shocking, horrifying, beautiful and breathtaking, the exhibition showcases the most extraordinary and fascinating press photography of the year. The World Press Photo exhibition reaches 4 million people in 100 cities worldwide, and Eindhoven is one of them. Visit the exhibition for free between 5 and 26 September 2023 at the Atlas building, TU/e campus.

The 2023 World Press Photo Exhibition showcases the world's best photojournalism from the past year. The photos were selected by an international jury from more than 60,000 entries by 3,752 photographers from 127 countries. Topics range from the war in Ukraine to the effects of climate change to the protests in Iran. The exhibition is a look back at global events in 2022, allowing us to take a step back from the fast-paced news cycle, look at world events from a fresh perspective, and think critically about them.

Connecting the world to the stories that matter
The World Press Photo exhibition reaches 4 million people in 100 cities and 45 countries around the world. The competition began in 1955 when a group of Dutch photographers organized an international competition in Amsterdam. Its immediate success led its creators to make it an annual event - and the competition has been held almost every year since. Studium Generale is proud to bring the exhibition to TU/e every year, and now for the 14th time, so that students, staff and anyone interested can visit this impressive exhibition free of charge.

Opening hours
The exhibition will be open from Tuesday 5 to 26 September, 2023.
Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 17:00
Sunday: Closed

Free guided tours
We also offer free guided tours of the exhibition by trained TU/e students from the student photography association Dekate Mousa. More information about the tours and reservation can be found here.
Bachelor students can register for SG&USE when taking a tour. 

Information  for school groups
School groups are welcome to visit the exhibition. Please register your visit by sending an email to studium.generale@tue.nl, stating how many students you would like to bring, on what day and at what time.

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