2016 Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition

The Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition was big news in 2015. It sold-out in weeks and received vast swathes of critical-acclaim. Now, it returns to London between April and May to display the best photographs the world has to offer. Bringing vibrancy and colour to the spring's arts calendar the exhibition will showcase over 500 of the best contemporary photographs from around the world from the past year, each taken by the winning and shortlisted photographers of the world’s largest photography competition. With fine art landscape photography, hard-hitting photojournalism, glossy commercial campaigns, stunning shots of everyday life and images from the Professional, Open, Youth and National Awards of the Sony World Photography Awards the East and West Wings of Somerset House will be lit up by a seriously diverse and beautiful range of photographic art. The show will also include a special dedication to the recipients of the awards' Outstanding Contribution To Photography prize. For a day out in London full of colour, culture and emotion, book your tickets to the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards. Weekday daytime ticket: 10am-5pm (last entry 4pm) Weekday evening ticket: 5pm-9pm (last entry 8pm) Weekend morning ticket: 10am-1pm (last entry 12pm) Weekend afternoon ticket: 1pm-8pm (last entry 7pm) Under 12s go free (no booking required). Tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before your allocated time slot Admission cannot be guaranteed if you are late to your time slot. The exhibition takes around 1 hour to complete. There is no re-admission. (c) Kyaw Bo Bo Han, Burma, Open Entry, Arts and Culture, 2016 Sony World Photography Awards


Portico Rooms and Navy Board Rooms, Somerset House

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