PB PHOTO CENTRE to Host Talk with 4X Pulitzer Prize Winning Photographer CAROL GUZY, August 3

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - July 22, 2023 - PRLog -- (West Palm Beach, FL – July 21. 2023) Fatima NeJame, president and chief executive officer of the world-renowned Palm Beach Photographic Centre (PBPC), today announced a special talk with 4-time Pulitzer Prizewinning photographer Carol Guzy as part of the closing of its current exhibition:

The BIG Picture: It's Been a Minute!

Exhibition by Award-Winning ZUMA Press Photojournalists

Thursday, August 3, 6 to 8 pm

The exhibition was curated by ZUMA Wire Service founder Scott Mc Kiernan, who will moderate the closing talk with Guzy, this year's White House News Photographers Association's Still Photographer of the Year. She will discuss her recent and dramatic photographs from Ukraine at this special Education evening at the Photo Centre.

Coming Up Next at the Palm Beach Photographic Centre

27th Annual Juried Exhibition

August 10 Through September 23, 2023

"This amazing exhibit will provide a glimpse into the diverse work and the unique perspectives of 50 different photographers, many of them members of the Palm Beach Photographic Centre," said NeJame. "This year's winners will be announced at the exhibition's free live opening reception on August 9. The exhibition will also be featured on our website at www.workshop.org."

The Juror for the 27th Annual Juried Exhibition is Adam Stoltman, a celebrated photographer, editor, media developer, and consultant involved in traditional and digital media for over 30 years with companies like The New York Times, Time Warner, Eastman Kodak and Walt Disney. He has covered 12 Olympics Games with his work appearing in magazines worldwide.

The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching life through the photographic arts. All donations are greatly appreciated at www.workshop.org/contrib.

Attached Images by Carol Guzy:

(June 18, 2022, Kyiv, Ukraine) Loved ones attend a funeral ceremony for activist and soldier R. Ratushnyi , 24, who was killed while fighting in the Kharkiv region during the Russian invasion. He has become a symbol of revolution and mourners came wrapped in the Ukrainian flag, leaving flowers and sorrow at his gravesite. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)

2.   MAN IN BODY BAG: (April 6, 2022, Bucha, Ukraine) As investigators and volunteers begin the grim work of chronicling civilian deaths and assessing evidence of war crimes, the wreckage of war and bodies lie in the streets recently liberated from invading Russian troops in the suburbs of Kyiv. Over 320 bodies have been recovered. (Credit Image: © Carol Guzy/ZUMA Press Wire)

Available for Interview:

Fatima NeJame, Palm Beach Photographic Centre

561.253.2600 /

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart, PR-BS, Inc.

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