Stories with the Tag: archive

imago/Rolf Zöllner

Berlin landmarks by two different generations. 

Most of Berlin’s landmarks have remained, but how we depict landmarks and even what we consider to be a landmark, has certainly evolved. IMAGO looks at Berlin and its culturally significant landmarks through the lens of two generations of photographers.

IMAGO/Jannis Chavakis

Faces of Berlin by Jannis Chavakis.

Actors, politicians, authors, activists – the Berlin-based photographer and new member of IMAGO Jannis Chavakis has been photographing the people of Berlin for over 20 years.

The Berlin Divisions Archive.

The Berlin Divisions Archive.

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.

IMAGO/Klaus Rose

The Guest Workers that transformed Germany forever.

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.

IMAGO / AAP

Shane Warne and sport’s greatest everyday geniuses.

The outpouring of united emotion after the Australian cricketing legend’s tragic recent death, aged just 52, was testament to one of sport’s great entertainers on and off the field. The Game columnist Andy Murray considers the other maverick sporting geniuses whose everyday appeal charmed fans worldwide.