World Press Photo Exhibition

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The World Press Photo Exhibition is comprised of photographs from around the world that were entered in the 2019 World Press Photo Contest, which recognizes the best images in visual journalism over the past year. The exhibit has been displayed in about 100 cities and 45 countries, with Phoenix the second-to-last stop on this year’s tour. It is on display at the Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication building until February 8. The World Press Photo organization is located in the Netherlands, and we’ll hear from Siebe Vanderzee, the honorary consul of the Netherlands, and Jeff Luth, managing director at Vanderzee & Associates, an executive search firm, to learn more about the exhibit.

Siebe Vanderzee, the honorary consul of the Netherlands; Jeff Luth, managing director at Vanderzee & Associates

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