French Embassy hosts AFP’s “Road to 2024” photo exhibition

VOV.VN - The French Embassy in Vietnam opened the “Road to 2024” exhibition in Hanoi on May 24, with the event featuring 24 photographs snapped by Agence France-Presse (AFP) photographers to celebrate the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.

AFP photographers captured a range of unique images during previous Olympic competitions and events leading up to the 2024 Games which will be held in the French capital. Audiences will be able to experience and relive the most memorable moments of these major sporting events thanks to AFP’s distinctive perspective, which combines a expertise, creativity, and innovation.

Beyond the performances, the exhibition highlights the great determination and courage that drives forward the athletes and allows the public to envisage what the Paris Olympics will be like.

Agence France-Presse has operated in Vietnam for more than half a century. It is a renowned global news organisation that provides timely, comprehensive, and verified coverage of the events shaping the world and the issues affecting daily lives.

With 4200 journalists and editors based in over 100 nations, AFP covers the world in six languages, drawing on an extraordinary news-gathering network across 151 countries with a distinct quality of storytelling spanning video, writing, photographs, and graphics.

The exhibition “Road to 2024″ is being held as an event in the framework of Photo Hanoi’23 – International Photography Biennale that was initiated by the Institute France in Vietnam under the auspices of the Hanoi People's Committee.

The event is scheduled to last through to June 24.

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