Our monthly series, Waves of Change, gives insight into worldwide changes through narrating the stories by our photographers.
Argentina’s captain led his country to a third World Cup at Qatar 2022, emulating his compatriot Diego Maradona’s singular genius 36 years earlier. The Game columnist Andy Murray explores what Messi’s triumph means for his legacy.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, we took a visual look at a variety of memorials, museums, and other locations where people gather to remember the victims of the Holocaust.
In an interview with IMAGO, Kabir Jhangiani shares his experiences, initial steps into professional photojournalism, his challenges in the industry as a young freelancer and aims for the future.
In the winter of 1914, after six months of World War I, songs and a football were exchanged instead of bullets in the two trenches between German and English soldiers. It was Christmas, and Germans started to celebrate with English soldiers in the middle of the battle, something that later was called Christmas Truce.
Massimo Gorreri’s series and personal account from Serbia’s capital brings up discussions surrounding history, politics and modern globalization.
IMAGO looked back at the previous five men’s and women’s singles champions of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
The year 2023 got underway with a dire warning from climate change. The Alps, the highest mountain range in Europe, turned green instead of white, and most of Europe experienced the warmest new year ever.
Federer, Phelps and a stubborn Sampras – IMAGO’s recent addition, Adam Stoltman, shares the stories behind his extensive archive.
IMAGO interviewed one of its most recent partners, Subash Shrestha, on his captivating documentations of Nepal and the Himalayan region.
The year 2022 was a year full of ups and downs, crises, natural disasters, farewells and changes, but also courageous people, successes and celebrations. Review the year 2022 in pictures from sports, news, entertainment and politics.
A narrative from Chinese-born Kapo, 30, who reflects on her personal experiences and stories from friends and family in China about the past developments in the country.