With its 20th year anniversary in Berlin’s Willy Brandt Haus, columnist Sofia Bergmann reports on the World Press Photo Contest exhibition and its emphasis on climate change.
All articles by Sofia Bergmann
When photographing in different communities, the presence of a camera can be intrusive. In a new series by columnist photographer, and former IMAGO editor Sofia Bergmann, she discusses questions and challenges in photography by drawing from her experiences.
A Berlin cultural timestamp and its photos. IMAGO dives into The Kommunale Galerie’s current exhibition Hotel Bogota, showing until May 21.
IMAGO interviewed one of its most recent partners, Subash Shrestha, on his captivating documentations of Nepal and the Himalayan region.
Federer, Phelps and a stubborn Sampras – IMAGO’s recent addition, Adam Stoltman, shares the stories behind his extensive archive.
Photographers documenting the impacts of climate change in 2022 reveal the issue not only as a threat to the environment, but also to billions of people worldwide.
A lot has happened this month in Israel and Palestine – elections bringing back Benjamin Netanyahu expected to form a right-wing coalition and heightened tensions with Palestine have brought a wave of uncertainty to the region.
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.
What were some of the promises made at COP27? See IMAGO’s coverage of the UN Climate Conference in Egypt.
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.