The World Press Photo 2018 is exhibiting in Paris for a month. The opportunity to (re) discover the award-winning photographs and what they say about our time. Lars Boering, the managing director of the World Press Photo Foundation, gave us an interview. Why did you choose this photograph of a man running, flames on his body burning him, during a harshly repressed demonstration in Venezuela as a photograph that won 1st prize? The jury members spent a lot of time selecting this photograph. I believe first of all that they hailed the difficulty of taking this image. Everyone thinks it’s...
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