From now till March 26, the National Museum of Singapore sets the stage for the 59th edition of the World Press Photo (WPP) exhibition. Find the culmination of over 82,000 WPP contest submissions from all over the world condensed in just 145 winning photos. From terrifying war zones to unforgiving circumstances, find the most powerful photos in the world in a moving exhibition that has now arrived in Singapore as it travels across 100 cities in a year-long tour. Open daily from 10am to 7pm, visit the free-to-public exhibition, located on the museum’s first and basement floors. Also available on selected weekends are talks by leading photojournalists, which require pre-registration.
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