In the bustling streets of cities across the world, Dimpy Bhalotia sees more than just pavement and people; she sees a theater of human connection, emotion, and fleeting moments that tell stories beyond words.
Shining a spotlight on unexplored perspectives, an array of novel cultures and backgrounds, The Game presents a world brimming with color, diversity, culture and the untold narratives from global storytellers.
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.
Discover the transformative work of Alfred Stieglitz through the IMAGO archive, a revolutionary photographer who shaped the art photography landscape and played a pivotal role in establishing photography as a fine art in the modern era.
In an interview, Matthias Oesterle unveils the remarkable path that led him to the realm of photography, sharing insights into his techniques and personal journey.
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.
Christian and Regula, the couple photographers, share their photography journey across 90 countries with The Game magazine.
In an interview with The Game by IMAGO, Colombian photographer Lina Maria Zapata describes how she dreams that her images will inspire people and other photographers to visit the places she has been.
In an interview with The Game Magazine, Mehmet Masum Suer takes us on a journey through his extraordinary life as a photographer, revealing his profound experiences and passion for capturing Kurdish culture and documenting their stories for over four decades. Discover how he became a professional in a challenging area and be inspired by his unwavering dedication to his craft.
Street art in Ukraine is shattering the image that it is solely a nation under siege, sending messages of hope and resilience through its multidisciplinary artists.