WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR 2021 (EN)

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Category
Events
Date
2021-12-10 - 2022-06-19
Venue
Museum Mensch und Natur | Schloss Nymphenburg | 80638 München
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Special exhibition at Museum Mensch und Natur:

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021

The 100 best photos visiting the Museum Mensch und Natur

10 December 2021 until 19 June 2022

wildlife collage

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition marks the return of a public favorite to the Museum Mensch und Natur. On display are the award-winning images from the eponymous nature photography competition, considered the largest and most prestigious of its kind and hosted annually by the Natural History Museum London. With a total of 100 fascinating images, the exhibition offers moving insights into the magnificent, diverse and sometimes dramatic natural world.

Photographers from around the world have captured unique moments that reflect the beauty and fragility of our planet. From more than 50,000 entries from 95 countries, an international jury of experts selected winners in a total of 19 categories, as well as the Wildlife Photographer and Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021.

The spectrum of images ranges from touching animal portraits, enchanting plant images and dramatic hunting scenes to breathtaking underwater shots, such as the image of the overall winner and Wildlife Photographer of the Year Laurent Ballesta. But also moving documents of animal behavior and shots that show us our ambivalent relationship to nature and our fellow creatures or make us see nature with completely new eyes.

The selected images show the current "state of the art" of international nature photography and let us marvel at the technical skill, patience and creativity behind these shots. Above all, they show the incredible diversity of the animal and plant world with which we share our world, and highlight the role of each of us in protecting its future.



Opening hours:
Tuesday - Friday: 9-17 h
Saturday, Sunday, holiday: 10-18 o'clock
The museum is closed on December 24, 25, 31 and January 1.

Entrance fees:
Adults: € 7
Sunday admission: € 4,50
Reduced: € 5
Sunday admission: € 3,50
Children/youth: € 1
School classes: € 1 per person (two chaperones free)


 We recommend advance ticket sales (admission price plus advance booking fee) via www.muenchenticket.de
Remaining tickets may be available at the box office.
Free admission for children under 6 years and members of the Association of Friends and Sponsors of the Museum Mensch und Natur and the Förderkreis BIOTOPIA.


School classes, kindergartens and groups of 20 people or more who wish to visit the museum can also book directly via our booking telephone 089 / 179589-120. The booking telephone is manned on Monday and Wednesday from 8 - 12 and from 12:30 - 16:30. Here you will also receive information about current possible museum educational offers as well as the hygiene regulations that apply to them. Once you have made your reservation by telephone, you can fill out this registration form and bring it with you on the day of your visit.


For current information and corona regulations, visit: www.mmn-muenchen.de

You can find the flyer for the exhibition here!

More information on the website of the Museum Mensch und Natur.

 

 
 

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