Observe Berlin's history and transformation from the late 1970s through the dramatic changes of the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall to the city's current state via the lens of IMAGO photographer Rolf Zöllner.
Tag: Berlin Wall
IMAGO’s archive looks back to when Germany was united for the first time since 1945. As German Unity Day was celebrated on October 3, 1990 the streets of Berlin came to life.
Cold War Berlin was nothing short of brutal. Yet, Berliners still managed to find silver linings wherever they could. IMAGO’s archives from 1970’s Berlin reveal our city’s resilience in the face of turmoil.
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.
East Berliner and photographer, Rolf Zöllner showcases his stunning black and white film photography in an interview covering life in Berlin during the height of its culture. Experience the fall of the wall through his lens and immerse in the iconic movement and moment of the unification of our ace city.