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Getty Images Presents Year in Focus 2015 exhibition

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Getty Images 'A Year in Focus' 2015 at Getty Images Gallery, London. Image courtesy of Getty Images.

Getty Images 'A Year in Focus' 2015 at Getty Images Gallery, London. Image courtesy of Getty Images.

Getty Images 'A Year in Focus' 2015 at Getty Images Gallery, London. Image courtesy of Getty Images.

Getty Images 'A Year in Focus' 2015 at Getty Images Gallery, London. Image courtesy of Getty Images.

Getty Images is thrilled to announce the launch of a retrospective exhibition, Year in Focus 2015 – a stunning curation of over 80 of the most defining images that encapsulate the global news agenda and events of the past year, produced by us as Lambda C-type prints finished as Perspex Face Mounts for the exhibition.

In 2015, Getty Images’ award-winning photographers covered more than 130,000 news, sport and entertainment events, delivering award-winning imagery to news rooms and media publishers around the world. Year in Focus 2015 captures the best of the best, showcasing 2015’s most significant moments in the world of news, sport, entertainment, as well as archival anniversaries and obituaries.

Featured are powerful images from some of 2015’s most monumental news events, including the migrant crisis in Europe and the attacks in Paris, to race riots in the United States. The exhibition explores some of the year’s highest profile entertainment and sporting events, from the Oscars to the Rugby World Cup. Visitors will also be able to see some of Getty Images’ poignant archive images, marking landmark anniversaries and obituaries such as the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, or Martin Luther King, Jr. addressing the civil rights march in Montgomery, Alabama.

Getty Images, Senior Creative Director, and curator of the exhibition, Anthony Holland Parkin says: “2015 was a monumental year for global news and the world was moved by imagery captured of events and issues that occurred across the year – from the Charlie Hebdo attacks, to the migrant crisis in Europe, this retrospective provides the perfect opportunity to look back on 2015 and the moments that defined it. We are honoured to be able to share this unprecedented curation with the public.”

Getty Images ‘Year in Focus 2015’

23 January – 20 February 2016

Getty Images Gallery

46 Eastcastle Street

London

W1W 8DX

Nearest tube: Oxford Circus

Opening hours: 10.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, 12.00 to 5.30pm Saturday.

About Getty Images Gallery

Getty Images Gallery is London’s largest independent photographic gallery and was founded in 1996. Located on Eastcastle Street, just a stone’s throw from Oxford Circus, Getty Images Gallery showcases stunning exhibitions on a regular basis. The majority of the imagery on display in the Gallery is taken from Getty Images’ archival and contemporary libraries and is available to buy as fine art prints in a variety of sizes and framing options.

About Getty Images:

Getty Images is the most trusted and esteemed source of visual content in the world, with almost 200 million assets available through its industry-leading sites www.gettyimages.com and www.istock.com. The Getty Images website serves creative, business and media customers in almost 200 countries and is the first place people turn to discover, purchase and share powerful content from the world’s best photographers and videographers. Getty Images works with over 200,000 contributors and hundreds of image partners to provide comprehensive coverage of more than 130,000 news, sport and entertainment events, impactful creative imagery to communicate any commercial concept and the world’s deepest digital archive of historic photography.

Visit Getty Images at www.gettyimages.com to learn more about how the company is advancing the unique role of still and moving imagery in communication and business, and enabling creative ideas to come to life.  For company news and announcements, visit our Press Room, and for the stories and inspiration behind our content, visit Stories & Trends.

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