IMPACT: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prize. When Joseph Pulitzer established the Pulitzer Prizes at the Columbia School of Journalism in 1911, photography was not included on his list of awards. In 1939, more than 20 years after his death, his bequest was amended, and in 1942 the first award for photography was given. It was a single award for Spot News, now called Breaking News. In 1968 the award was expanded to include a second category, Feature News, for a photographer's work on a single subject, over a period of time.

The new exhibition, IMPACT: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs, includes the work of all the winners from 1942 to present. The exhibition is updated every year with the latest winners.