A good photo speaks more than a thousand words. “Shooting: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs Exhibition,” which opened on June 23, invites visitors to witness critical moments in history from around the world during the past 80 years, through the lenses of photojournalists.
“Shooting: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs Exhibition” is hosted by Cynthia International and Mediasphere Communications. The exhibition showcases photographs from 1940s to 2022, ranging from World War II, the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Movement, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the 1998 Sudan famine to the 9/11 attacks and the Hong Kong protests. With a total of 138 photographs on display, each shot has captured a tumultuous event in world history.
Central News Agency president Chang Jui-chang said the exhibition is a captivating visual feast. Each photo allows visitors to see how the photojournalist transformed a newsworthy moment into an eternal image, securing it a place in history and touching people worldwide, says Chang. Quoting from The Little Prince: “what is essential is invisible to the eye,” Chang believes behind every photo lies more than just the photojournalist, but also the dynamics, tension and power embedded in each event.
Photo: CNA 照片：中央社
“Shooting: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs Exhibition” is now open at Hall 4B of the Huashan 1914 Creative Park and runs until Sep. 25.
(Translated by Rita Wang, Taipei Times)
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