This German Unity Day, The Game Magazine takes you on a visual trip back to a turning point in German history when the country was united again. Explore the abandoned and reborn locations that were formerly defined by divisive symbols and delve into the haunting stories documented by IMAGO photographers and their feelings in those historical moments.
In an interview with The Game Magazine, Nicole Woischwill shares her artistic narrative and passion for photography. Hailing from the vibrant city of Berlin, Nicole's evocative images are a testament to her deep connection with the art form and its power to evoke raw emotion.
Andy Warhol, renowned for his celebrity portraits, signature Campbell's soup cans, and bold Brillo boxes, didn't merely depict the 20th-century zeitgeist — he became one of the defining figures. By fusing commercial elements with the avant-garde, he pioneered a movement that blurred the lines between high art and popular culture. Today, in contemporary art, Warhol remains a towering figure, synonymous with the Pop art movement.
For many of us, photography spans a spectrum of emotions and interpretations, from art and advocacy to simple joy and many more. While iconic images have shaped our perceptions and legendary photographers have inspired us, have we ever paused to reflect on the visionaries behind the lens? What drives their passion, and how do they view their art?
From the GDR era with its prison for a failed escape attempt to a Hollywood fairytale and an American dream: writer and columnist Jens Pepper writes about the photographer and sound editor Michael Dressel and his photographic journey.
In the world of photography, Dorothea Lange stands tall as a pioneer. Her unique ability to capture the raw human experience during tumultuous times left an indelible mark on the art and craft of photography. She was a beacon of empathy, using her camera to illuminate the stories of those often pushed into the shadows.
The right soundtrack of a photograph can elevate your story. In celebration of Fête de la Musique, we showcase the importance of music in photography through IMAGO's selection of extensive image library and Cézame Music Agency's diverse playlists and provide tips on how to choose music that amplifies the visual story.
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.
On the World Day Against Child Labour, read how the investigative work of Lewis Hine strongly impacted the child labor law in the United States and played a crucial role in initiating reform and shaping public opinion.
What would you need to bring on a trip to capture stunning pictures? Lina Maria Zapata, a Colombian photographer, discusses this in the latest story of her “Behind the Lens” series.