Cold War Berlin was nothing short of brutal. Yet, Berliners still managed to find silver linings wherever they could. IMAGO’s archives from 1970’s Berlin reveal our city’s resilience in the face of turmoil.
“Real travel is hard and dirty work and I admire photographers who work outside their comfort zone and do real travel photography.” says globally renowned travel and landscape photographer Christian Heeb.
A stunning image capturing the moment Naomi Osaka helped out a butterfly has won the third edition of World Sports Photography Awards.
Christopher Street Day in Berlin is world-renowned as the city celebrates its ongoing history in the LGBTQI+ movement. IMAGO spoke to Berlin’s emerging queer performer, The Darvish, who has created their own niche blending traditional belly dancing with elements of drag.
Visiting the border town of Narva, a city almost completely destroyed during World War II, and then rebuilt by the Soviet Union, photographer Sebastian Semmer tells both the story of the landscape and its undercurrent of dichotomy.
IMAGO’s Michael Hughes photographed Berlin’s iconic Christopher Street Day, the original Pride march, the summer after the fall of the Berlin Wall. IMAGO spoke to him about his career and the city’s ever-shifting cultural landscape.
With England & Germany in the Final of the Women’s EURO this weekend, Women’s football is set to showcase a decade of progress.
Behind the scenes of some of the top names in European women’s football with the latest series from Goal Click ahead of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final.
With many sporting events resuming after the pandemic, a busy summer season began & Malta photographer Domenic Aquilina was confronted with a busy schedule.
As urban environments across the world evolve to meet new needs and new population numbers, discover the dichotomies within architecture, landscapes, cultures and more through the lens of some of our creative photography.
This month we are exploring stories from areas around the world, in the lead up to our Conflict Stories Series, we take a look at a photo project from Berlin-based photojournalist Achille Abboud in Doha, Qatar.
As the war in Ukraine continues, our photojournalists bring you the latest news on the ground and report the stories of those living in constant grace danger. Elsewhere protests and events taking place echo the message of peace and solidarity, sending ripples across the world.