In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.”— Alfred Stieglitz
Today’s new thing was a visit with a friend to see the World Press Photo Exhibition 2017.
The exhibition – which is currently in Auckland – displayed photos highlighting current affairs issues from around the world, most notably the war in Syria and the refugee crisis.
I found this extremely moving, and as could have been predicted, I shed a few tears. I would highly recommend this exhibition (which finishes in Auckland on 30th July), but I left with a deep sadness at how awful human beings are to one another and to the planet, and how powerless I felt at not being able to alleviate some of that suffering.
More information about the exhibition and tickets can be found at on the event website.
For culture, emotion, and art for a tiny $15 donation to charity – 5 out of 5 stars