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World Press Photo of the Year winner Samuel Aranda meets with subjects of photo

4 years agoNews : BlogPost

In watching the Arab Spring unfold from across the ocean, photography has been one of the few things that makes us realize the toll on individuals. Samuel Aranda brought the conflict to American audiences with his emotional photo of a mother finding her injured son in a field hospital in Yemen. Show More Summary

Yemeni Woman in World Press Photo of the Year Speaks Out

4 years agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

In Samuel Aranda’s photo, named World Press Photo of the Year last week, she is an unidentified, veiled woman who symbolizes thousands who have suffered in the anti-government demonstrations that swept the Arab world this past year.  Now the woman behind the veil has come forward, according to an article in the Yemen Times. Fatima [...]

Art Imitating Life

The Editors © Samuel Aranda, Spain, for The New York Times, World Press Photo of the Year 2011. The world of photojournalism has been slack-jawed at an image that captures both intense struggle and according to the New York Times, “the...Show More Summary

World Press Photo of the Year announced

The World Press Photo Contest announced on 10 February that a picture by Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda has been named as the World Press Photo of the Year 2011. The photograph shows a woman holding a wounded relative in her arms,...

World Press Photo 2012 award winners

The panel of the prestigious international World Press Photo competition has announced the winners. First prize was won by the Spaniard Samuel Aranda for his photograph taken during the fighting in Yemen. The picture was taken on October 15 at a hospital in the capital, Sanaa, where people wounded in the protest were treated.

World Press Awards

4 years agoArts : Coxsoft Art News

Yesterday the winners of the 55th annual World Press Photo Contest were announced in Amsterdam. Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda was the overall winner, but my eyes were drawn to the above photo by Stephanie Sinclair (USA), who won...Show More Summary

This x That

4 years agoHumor : The Daily What

This x That: Above: Winner of the 2012 World Press Photo of the Year — Samuel Aranda’s snapshot of a woman comforting a wounded relative injured in Sanaa protests of Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Untrue rumors of Kim Jong-un’s demise spread on Weibo, make leap to Twitter; may have been launched by misidentified birthday [...]

World Press Photo 2012

Samuel Aranda has won the World Press Photo of the Year with his image of a man being cared for a field hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, during demonstrations against the rule of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. More work from this year's WPP in the post...

New York Times Photographer Wins World Press Photo of The Year

4 years agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Samuel Aranda’s fantastic photo from Yemen has been selected by World Press Photo as its 2011 picture of the year. Aranda was on a two-month-long assignment for the New York Times when he shot the above photograph of a woman consoling an injured man. Arnada stumbled upon the pair in a mosque that was converted into a hospital. Show More Summary

Samuel Aranda Wins 2012 World Press Photo of the Year

4 years agoArts / Photography : PDNPulse

Spanish  photographer Samuel Aranda has won 2012 World Press Photo of the Year for his photo, shot for The New York Times, of a Yemeni woman holding a relative wounded during anti-government demonstrations. The World Press Photo organization announced the winners of the 55th annual contest at a press conference February 10 in Amsterdam. Aranda, [...]

World Press Photo of the year awarded to Samuel Aranda

The international jury of the 55th annual World Press Photo Contest announced Friday that it had selected this picture by Samuel Aranda as the World Press Photo of the Year 2011. Jurors said the photo of a veiled woman holding a wounded relative in her arms after a demonstration …

Learning To See The World

Ryan Calder remembers the late photojournalist Anton Hammerl, who died in Libya: From Anton — and from two other photographers I came to know in Libya, Samuel Aranda and João Pina – I learned that photojournalism is not just about.....

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