Qatar 2022 has been a tournament about more than just football. The Game columnist Andy Murray reflects on his personal experiences - the good, the bad and the Infantino - as the World Cup approaches its climax.
With claims of election fraud by Bolsonaro supporters, and Lula da Silva supporters celebrating in the streets for a president who has already served, see IMAGO’s coverage of Brazil’s election results.
Today’s elections will reveal many aspects – one of the most important is the future of indigenous groups in Brazil. Ton Molina’s photos document the ongoing battle.
Capturing the many faces of a crisis is not only a delicate craft, but creates an archive of current issues. “This movement is part of our contemporary history and must be registered,” said Brazilian photojournalist Chico Ferreira from Penta Press. IMAGO spoke to Ferreira about his work depicting the reality in Brazil at its core, from politics to the pandemic.
Conceiving a new passion in women's football, Sports Press Photo Agency founder, Richard Callis tells us about his creative evolution. Leaving behind a career in criminal law to move to Sao Paulo and follow his passion for sports photography, read his story here.