Visual Culture +

The Business of Content & Sports Media

Visual Culture +

The Business of Content & Sports Media


IMAGO / Aurora Photos

IMAGO Creative: Analogue Digital.

Indulging in curiosities and reveling in the anticipation, film photography allows room for error, space for experimentation and the element of surprise. / Instagram: @momentaryawe

35 years since Chernobyl.

Marking 35 years since the Chernobyl disaster, architecture photographer Catalin Marin takes us to the isolated buildings that once saw life. Now abandoned scenes, the juxtaposition of haunting and beautiful comes full circle in his series commemorating the historic event.

IMAGO / Gabriele Facciotti

What is Life Without the Bicycle? by Gabriele Facciotti.

Sport and action photographer, Gabriele Facciotti, began his photography story with his father’s reflex camera. Now, he talks to IMAGO about his passion for the art form and cycling in equal measure. Read his conversations with miniature cyclist enthusiast and artist, Corrado.

IMAGO / Ray van Zeschau

“Art can make you think, in the best case even change lives.” – Ray van Zeschau.

With an artistic career spanning photography, film and music, Ray van Zeschau has carved out a space in the art world for his voice and expression. From organizing the first illegal film festival in 1986, held in his apartment, to taking on photojournalism and writing for editorial magazines, learn about his inspiring story and browse the stunning images from over the years.

IMAGO / Sven Simon

A return to 1860.

TSV 1860 Munich wants to return to the top of German soccer after years of turmoil under Hasan Ismaik’s rule.

IMAGO / Silke Heyer

“Images that leave enough room for the viewer to interpret something into the image. Pictures that invite you to linger.” Silke Heyer: an Interview.

Established photographer, Silke Heyer talks to IMAGO about her journey into photography and her life that has evolved around it ever since. From developing films in the bathroom of her shared apartment, to marrying her two passions music and photography to how her hearing loss elevated her devotion to photography. Read her story in full with us here.

What Love Can Save - Constanza Portnoy (Buenos Aires, Argentina / August 2020)

Photography 4 Humanity – An Image Revolution.

Announcing the new exhibition to be viewed around the world via the United Nations virtual exhibition. Dynamically bringing to light issues of humanity from around the world, Photography 4 Humanity are inspiring photographers to capture striking images as a tool for change.

Thomas Hengge: A Personal Essay

Thomas Hengge: A Personal Essay

For his coverage of COVID-19 and a historical summer of protest, conflict and grief in New York City, Thomas Hengge was awarded an Editor and Publisher 2020 EPPY Award for best photojournalism for a college website.