Win Tickets to the Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr – 2017 Exhibition

This month a complete celebration of photography is coming to London! The Sony World Photography Awards & Martin Parr -2017 Exhibition will open at the prestigious Somerset House on 21st April.

One lucky PhotoVoice supporter will win four tickets to the exhibition and the 2017 book! You and three friends could be off to view the exciting exhibition, which will be showcasing a variety of genres from Architecture, Daily life, Documentary, Landscape, Portraiture, Sports, Street Photography, Wildlife and many more. Also on show will be a unique collection of images, books and film from legendary photographer Martin Parr.

The 2017 Book showcases the best in contemporary from the past year, and also presents a unique selection of images by Outstanding Contribution to Photography recipient, Martin Parr.

All PhotoVoice members are automatically entered into our Monthly Prize Draw. Alternatively, you can donate £3 online to enter! Or why not send in your #FinalFiver? The old £5 note will cease to be legal tender on Friday 5th May 2017. Post your £5 note to us and we will enter you into two prize draws. Address: 17a Electric Lane, Brixton, London, SW9 8LA

PhotoVoice supporters can also enjoy a 20% discount on tickets to the exhibition. Simply use the promo code VOICE20 at the checkout.

21st April - 7th May, 2017 Somerset House, London

Exhibition Hours: Monday to Friday 10am to 9pm Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 10am to 8pm

Last entry one hour before closing

The World Photography Organisation have revealed the ten photographs that have won the Open categories of the 2017 Sony World Photography Awards. The winners were selected from more than 105, 000 entries.

Find out more about the exhibition here:

Featured image: ‘Border Line’ by Hiroshi Tanita, Japan, Winner, Open, Nature, 2017 Sony World Photography Awards

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