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.
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.
Berlin is hosting the largest inclusive sports competition in the world. In 26 different sports, thousands of people with intellectual disabilities participated side by side and competed for nine days in thrilling and inspiring events.
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.
Once a thriving symbol of ambition, pride and promise, the story of Hertha BSC in recent years is one to delve further into. The club, who once proudly represented the capital city of Berlin, found itself dwindled in a cycle of mediocrity and chaos. Together with local photographer and Hertha fan, Kasimir Weichert, this article tells a story of mismanagement, failed investments, frustration, traditions and a fan base, which has never been more united after suffering from years of let downs and disappointments.
A Berlin cultural timestamp and its photos. IMAGO dives into The Kommunale Galerie’s current exhibition Hotel Bogota, showing until May 21.
Labour Day in Germany has long been a date marked by the contrast between the East and West during the country's division. Delve into the history of this symbolic day and explore the evolution of festivities pre- and post-fall of the Berlin Wall.
In a visual timeline, The Game magazine laid eyes on the history and development of the rising German Bundesliga Club Union Berlin, starting from the 90s.
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.