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ST's multimedia work on show at Through The Lens exhibition

07 Oct 2019 09:00

Above: Minister for Communications and Information S. Iswaran (second from right), flanked by Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and World Press Photo curator Yi Wen Hsia, viewing the World Press Photo of the Year, taken by Getty Images senior staff photographer John Moore, at the opening of the exhibition last night. ST PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN Left: Visitors viewing the winning World Press Photo entries at the National Museum last night.

By Melissa Heng

Those interested in the talks can go to http://str.sg/J4c9 to register.

Free guided tours are available every Saturday at 11am and 1pm. For more information, visit www.straitstimes.com/ttl2019

The pain of a child being sepa-rated from her mother by United States border officials, the anger and passion behind the protests in Hong Kong, and the devastation caused by El Nino and climate change are among the stories told through images and videos at a photo exhibition organised by The Straits Times.

Called Through The Lens, it showcases more than 250 provocative and compelling images captured by Singapore and international photojournalists in the past two years.


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Above: Minister for Communications and Information S. Iswaran (second from right), flanked by Straits Times editor Warren Fernandez and World Press Photo curator Yi Wen Hsia, viewing the World Press Photo of the Year, taken by Getty Images senior staff photographer John Moore, at the opening of the exhibition last night. ST PHOTOS: NG SOR LUAN Left: Visitors viewing the winning World Press Photo entries at the National Museum last night.

Source: Straits Times
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