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Fernando Moleres, winner of the 14th Luis Valtueña International Humanitarian Photography Prize presented each year by Médicos del Mundo exhibits his collection ‘Children in African Prisons’ that portrays children detained in Sierra Leone prisons. Also exhibited is the work of the runners-up, Spanish Javier Arcenillas with snapshots of violence in Latin America and Italian Riccardo Venturi showing the Haiti earthquake.
From 20 April to 2 May 10 am until 9.45 pm
Courtyard of La Casa Encendida
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The exhibition of the 14th Luis Valtueña International Humanitarian Photography Prize is at the Centro Joaquín Roncal in Zaragoza from 9 March to 2 April.
For the latest competition, for which over 1,500 photographs were received from 27 countries, the jury awarded first prize to Fernando Moleres from Bilbao for his work “Children in African Prisons” portraying children detained in Sierra Leone prisons. Moleres’ photographs are part of an ambitious project carried out in Sierra Leone prisons which present the reality of a crowded prison system where children are most vulnerable and suffer the worst conditions.
Visitors can also see the short-listed photographs of the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake by Ricardo Venturi and of violence in Latin America by Javier Arcenillas, as well as a total of 40 snapshots reflecting disasters which nobody speaks about.
From 9 March to 2 April
Centro Joaquín Roncal – San Braulio 5-7. 50003 Zaragoza
Monday to Friday 6 pm until 9 pm and Saturday 11 am until 1.30 pm and 6 pm until 9 pm
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