Stories from our Diasporas & Dichotomy Series.
Examining contrast with our Diasporas & Dichotomy series. Through diasporas and the varying dichotomies within societies we present diverging visuals, variance throughout eras and distinctions in cultures living alongside one another. Spanning the political to photographic, share in the contrasts that curated history and impacted for greater change.
Emilia Zenzile Roig found her truest self in Berlin. Thanks to the city’s open culture, she continues to combat intersecting forms of inequality in Europe.
Berlin’s first official pride month is underway, but how are recent Russian policies and issues for refugees effecting LGBTQI people in Berlin and abroad?
Polarization on abortion rights is one of today’s greatest moral-sociopolitical dichotomies. IMAGO spoke to photojournalist and political science expert Allison Bailey who documented the intense demonstrations surrounding recent changes in abortion law in The United States.
Impressions from Berlin photographers then & now. Exploring divergences and interrelationships of spatial and cultural evolutions of Berlin. Once a city of districts separated, some entanglements have lived on far past the Wall that was torn down in 1989.
This country within a country has long been the breeding ground for Spain’s top stars, but so fiercely proud are the Basque Country’s two biggest club sides that they are unique in world football. The Game columnist Andy Murray explains how.
Capturing the opposite realities existing parallel to each other in today’s Ukraine, our photographers distil the dichotomies setting into everyday life across the invaded nation. As citizens grapple with a full-scale war and continuing with everyday life, see the contrasts Ukrainians are adapting to.
Over 60 years ago, Germany was in need of Guest workers (Gastarbeiter) to fill the demand for labor of a post-war economy. Many of them never left, creating communities that changed the demographics of Germany forever.
Without crossing any border lines, the people of Hong Kong are waking up in a different country as their city enters new realities under Chinese governance – are they the diasporans who never left?
This month we are examining contrasts. Dichotomies and diasporas within culture and societies and their evolution over decades through impactful movements.