The Exhibitionists

the exhibitionists

the exhibitionists


The World Press Photo Exhibition returns to London after a seven-year hiatus and is taking place at Borough Yards, London until the 16th June 2024.


Visitor Hours:

Monday-Friday 11am-8pm
Saturday 10am-7pm
Sunday 10am-6pm

Last entry 30 minutes before close

Monday-Thursday 11am-5pm
(Except bank holidays)

Prices: Including Booking Fee

Adult Standard Ticket: £16.50
Adult Off Peak: £13.50
Child under 12: FREE

Concession: £11
During off peak with ID (Child 12-16, Disabled, Job Seekers, Senior 66+, Student )

Disabled Companion: FREE
At all times


The World Press Photo Contest, the pinnacle of global photojournalism and documentary photography, highlights the year’s most impactful visual stories, fostering a deeper understanding of pressing global issues. Founded in 1955, the contest annually attracts millions worldwide, with the exhibition touring over 60 cities across more than 40 countries. This prestigious event not only showcases exceptional photography but also bridges diverse narratives, promoting mutual understanding through accurate and high-quality visual storytelling.

This year, the 67th World Press Photo Exhibition makes its highly anticipated return to London, setting the stage at Borough Yards in the heart of London Bridge’s vibrant cultural scene. With 61,062 entries from 3,581 photographers spanning 130 countries, the contest’s rigorous selection process culminates in revealing regional winners on 3rd April 2024, and global winners on 18th April, before opening its doors on 3rd May. The exhibition promises a profound journey into the realms of narrative impact, illuminated by the formidable skills and often daring endeavors of photographers at the vanguard of global photojournalism.

Set against the backdrop of Borough Yards’ historic Victorian railway arches and cultural landmarks like Tate Modern, the exhibition not only enriches London’s cultural tapestry but also stands as a beacon of storytelling excellence. With tickets now available, the exhibition offers a unique opportunity to engage with the stories that shape our world, from 3rd May to 27th May 2024, marking a significant moment for both London’s cultural landscape and the international community’s collective consciousness.


Borough Yards is at the epicentre of London Bridge’s burgeoning culinary, culture and creative scenes. 

Established under historic railway arches, the neighbourhood fuses its Victorian history with contemporary London life to create a discerning shopping, dining, and cultural district on the doorstep of London’s favourite food market. The destination is home to 50 premium shops, popular restaurants, bars and cultural experiences. It brings together Londoner’s favourite restaurants and bars, including Akara, Barrafina and Bancone, with year-round arts, culture, leisure, amenities, shopping, unique heritage and award-winning design to inspire locals, creatives and visitors alike. 


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