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Samuel Aranda gana el World Press Photo Of The Year 2011

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World Press Photo of the Year 2011 | Samuel Aranda, The New York Times

Ayer se daban a conocer los ganadores de los prestigiosos premios World Press Photo, el máximo galardón internacional en cuanto a fotoperiodismo se refiere, siendo el mayor reconocimiento para el español Samuel Aranda, cuya fotografía en la que una mujer, vestida con un nicab negro, arropa a un herido en las revueltas de Yemen. La Primavera Árabe ha sido, por razones obvias, la gran protagonista de esta edición del concurso, la número 55, que ha contado con la presencia de más de 100.000 fotografías presentadas por 5.247 fotógrafos de 124 países.

La fotografía, como cualquier otra disciplina artística, es grande, en parte, por lo que despierta en el observador, por cómo éste interpreta lo que observa y obra en consecuencia. La imagen de Samuel Aranda, que fotografiaba para The New York Times, porque en España vende más fotografiar famosos, retrata no solo la realidad de Yemen sino la de toda la revolución de la Primavera Árabe y ensalza la figura de la mujer, porque es ella quien se mantiene firme mientras sostiene al herido, porque el nicab no la ciega y sus manos también están manchadas de la misma sangre revolucionaria. Fijaos hasta qué punto es libre la interpretación ulterior que hay quien ve en ella la famosa escena de La Piedad.

Os dejamos con una relación de ganadores y algunas de sus fotografías porque aunque haya un máximo galardón para una sola fotografía existen diversas categorías en este certamen.

Yuri
1st prize Spot News Singles | Yuri Kozyrev, Russia, Noor Images for Time

SPOT NEWS SINGLES

Yuri Kozyrev, Russia, Noor Images for Time

Rebels in Ras Lanuf, Libya, 11 March

Massoud Hossaini, Afghanistan, Agence France-Presse

Explosion during religious ceremony, Kabul, Afghanistan, 5 December

Li Yang, China, for China Daily

Rescue of a girl attempting suicide, Changchun, Jilin province, China, 17 May Honorable mention Salil Bera, India, The Week A leopard attacks, Mahananda Wildlife Sanctuary, India

SPOT NEWS STORIES

Koichiro Tezuka, Japan, Mainichi Shimbun

Tsunami strikes Natori City, Japan, 11 March

Niclas Hammarström, Sweden, for Aftonbladet

Utøya, Norway, 22 July

Eduardo Castaldo, Italy

Dawn of a revolution, Cairo, Egypt, January-February

Alex
1st prize General News Singles | Alex Majoli, Italy, Magnum Photos for Newsweek

GENERAL NEWS SINGLES

Alex Majoli, Italy, Magnum Photos for Newsweek

Protestors at Tahrir Square react to president Mubarak’s announcement not to step

down, Cairo, Egypt, 10 February

Lars Lindqvist, Sweden, Dagens Nyheter

On the pier of Ishinomaki port, Japan, 15 April

Toshiyuki Tsunenari, Japan, Asahi Shimbun

Woman cries amid the ruins of Natori City, Japan, 13 March

GENERAL NEWS STORIES

Rémi Ochlik, France, IP3 Press

Battle for Libya

Paolo Pellegrin, Italy, Magnum Photos for Zeit Magazin

Tsunami aftermath, Japan, April

David Guttenfelder, USA, The Associated Press for National Geographic magazine

Japan’s nuclear refugees, April-November

PEOPLE IN THE NEWS SINGLES

Samuel Aranda, Spain, for The New York Times

A woman holds a wounded relative during protests against president Saleh, Sanaa, Yemen, 15 October

Tomasz Lazar, Poland

Arrest of protesters in Harlem, New York City, during a demonstration against police tactics and income inequality. New York, USA, 25 October

Mohammed al-Law, Egypt, The Associated Press

Former Egyptian president Mubarak arrives for his trial, Cairo, Egypt, 7 September

PEOPLE IN THE NEWS STORIES

Yasuyoshi Chiba, Japan, Agence France-Presse

Aftermath of the tsunami, Japan, March-April

John Moore, USA, Getty Images

Evicted, Colorado, USA

Jan Dago, Denmark, Jyllands-Posten

The fight for Tahrir Square, Cairo, 1-6 February

Ray
2nd prize Sports Singles | Ray McManus, Ireland, Sportsfile

SPORTS SINGLES

Donald Miralle, Jr., USA

Mass swim start at the Ironman World Championships, Kailua Bay, Hawaii, USA

Ray McManus, Ireland, Sportsfile

Scrum half, Old Belvedere vs. Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland

Henrik Brunnsgård, Sweden

Base jumper Johannes Dagemark takes off of a wind turbine, Skara, Sweden

SPORTS STORIES

Alexander Taran, Russia

‘Strelka’, street fighting tournament, St. Petersburg, Russia

Adam Pretty, Australia, Getty Images

World Swimming Championships, Shanghai, China

Tomasz Gudzowaty, Poland, Yours Gallery/Agentur Focus

Lucha libre at La Loba, Mexico City

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES SINGLES

Brent Stirton, South Africa, Reportage by Getty Images for Kiev Independent

Maria, a drug addict and sex worker, Kryvyi Rig, Ukraine

Ilvy Njiokiktjien, The Netherlands

‘Kolonel’ Jooste trains white Afrikaners at a youth camp, Carolina, South Africa

Simona Ghizzoni, Italy, Contrasto

Jamila, 40, injured during Operation Cast Lead, Gaza Strip Honorable mention Shaofeng Xu, China, ChuTian Metropolis Daily Man climbs up a high voltage electricity tower, Chengdu, Sichuan Province China, 22 November

Stephanie
1st prize Contemporary Issues Stories | Stephanie Sinclair, USA, VII Photo Agency for National Geographic magazine

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES STORIES

Stephanie Sinclair, USA, VII Photo Agency for National Geographic magazine

Child brides: Too young to wed

Ebrahim Noroozi, Iran, Jamejam Online

Public executions by hanging, Iran

Pedro Pardo, Mexico, Agence France-Presse

Drug cartel wars, Acapulco, Mexico

DAILY LIFE SINGLES

Damir Sagolj, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Reuters

Picture of North Korea’s founder Kim Il-Sung on a wall in Pyongyang, 5 October

Johnny Haglund, Norway, Vi Menn

Girls catch fish in the Congo river

Paolo Woods, The Netherlands

Radio presenter sister Melianise Gabreus, Les Cayes, Haiti

DAILY LIFE STORIES

Alejandro Kirchuk, Argentina

Never Let You Go

Pietro Paolini, Italy, TerraProject

Bolivianas

Alexander Gronsky, Russia, Photographer.ru

Pastoral, Moscow Honorable mention Darcy Padilla, USA, Redux Pictures Jason & Elyssa, 2011

PORTRAITS SINGLES

Laerke Posselt, Denmark

Iranian-born Danish actress Mellica Mehraban

Guillaume Herbaut, France, Institute for Artist Management for Stiletto

Femen activist Inna Shevchenko, Ukraine

Denis Rouvre, France

Toku Konno, tsunami survivor, Sendai, Japan

PORTRAITS STORIES

Donald Weber, Canada, VII Photo Agency

Interrogation room, Ukraine

Ton Koene, The Netherlands

Recruits at police training center, Kunduz, Afghanistan

Simon Norfolk and John Burke, UK

Burke + Norfolk, Afghanistan, 19th and 21st century

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT SINGLES

David Goldman, USA, The Associated Press

Cpl. Ben Vandandaigue plays the drums at a Canadian base, Kandahar, Afghanistan

Vincent Boisot, France, Riva Press for Le Figaro Magazine

Dakar fashion week, model poses in Yolande Mancini’s design, Senegal

Pavel Prokopchik, The Netherlands

Local shaman performs ritual, Ungurtas, Kazakhstan

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT STORIES

Rob Hornstra, The Netherlands, Institute for Artist Management

The Sochi Project: Sochi Singers

Emiliano Larizza, Italy, Contrasto

Saut-d’Eau Pilgrimage, Haiti

Huimin Kuang, China, Huang Jianglu newspaper

The Return of the Native, Mao Zedong remembered

Jenny
1st prize Nature Singles | Jenny E. Ross, USA

NATURE SINGLES

Jenny E. Ross, USA

Polar bear attempts to feed on sea birds’ eggs, Novaya Zemlya, Russia

Joan Costa, Spain, for Malaspina Expedition

Specimen of a heteropoda, Pacific Ocean

Francesco Zizola, Italy, Noor Images

Tuna fish in the Tonnara, off Carloforte Island, Sardinia, Italy

NATURE STORIES

Brent Stirton, South Africa, Reportage by Getty Images for National

Geographic magazine Rhino wars

Carsten Peter, Germany, National Geographic magazine

Hang Ken, infinite cave, Vietnam

Paul Hilton, UK, EPA for Pew

Shark fin

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