Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Exhibition At Science Centre Singapore

Life on the Edge by Amit Eshel, (Israel) Image 13, Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Life on the Edge by Amit Eshel, (Israel) Image 13, Wildlife Photographer of the Year
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Wildlife photography lovers will not want to miss the internationally acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition on display at Science Centre Singapore. The exhibition presents stunning wildlife shots that gives you the best vantage points at the visual safari.


Be amazed at the Best Wildlife Photography at Science Centre Singapore

The exhibition is currently on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, it is in its 59th edition showcasing exceptional images of the natural world. This year’s winning shots are selected from close to 50, 000 entries featuring 19 categories including animal behaviour amongst birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates, and underwater creatures.


World’s Most Prestigious Photography Event

Hippo nursery by Mike Korostelev, (Russia) Image 53, Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Hippo nursery by Mike Korostelev, (Russia)
Image 53, Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Wildlife Photographer of the Year provides a global platform showcasing the best photography talent from all over the world for nearly six decades. It is notably the most prestigious photography event of its kind. The competition received entries from 95 countries all over the world and 2023’s award-winning images has embarked on an international tour.

An international panel of industry experts judged entries based on their creativity, originality, and technical excellence.


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Dr Doug Gurr, Director of the Natural History Museum says, ‘We are facing urgent biodiversity and climate crises, and photography is a powerful catalyst for change. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition reveals some of nature’s most wondrous sights whilst offering hope and achievable actions visitors can take to help protect the natural world.’

Chair of the judging panel, Kathy Moran says, ‘What most impressed the jury was the range of subjects, from absolute beauty, rarely seen behaviors and species to images that are stark reminders of what we are doing to the natural world. We felt a powerful tension between wonder and woe that we believe came together to create a thought[1]provoking collection of photographs.

Visitors can view the exhibition from now till October 2024.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London

When: Till October 2024, Tuesdays – Sundays (Closed on Mondays except for Public Holidays and the gazetted school holidays) 10:00 am – 5:00 pm (Last Entry: 4:15 pm)

Where: Hall A, Science Centre Singapore

Get more details on the award at Wildlife Photographer of the Year Facebook page and the exhibition at Science Centre Singapore site.


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