"Real travel is hard and dirty work and I admire photographers who work outside their comfort zone and do real travel photography." says globally renowned travel and landscape photographer Christian Heeb.
Reframing the everyday, creating a space for marginalized voices and galvanizing for impactful change within street photography and the industry as a whole, Gulnara Samoilova is renowned for her work.
As Women’s History Month draws to a close, we consider that two decades have passed since Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term intersectionality. Our guest writer, Kitty Doherty asks why women in minority groups are still kept in the margins.
Voting in a democracy is not always a given. As the Freedom to Vote Act and the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act failed in the Senate in January, 2022, the fight for equal voting rights in The United States continues.
The violence that was incited by former President Trump led to riots and violent protest on January 6. Thomas Hengge, a New York-based photojournalist documented the historical event with his camera. We spoke to him about his first hand experience in an interview depicting a historical and iconic moment of today's social political environment.
August 10, 2021. Documentary photographer Adam Rountree captured the days US intelligence warned that Afghanistan could fall to the Taliban. 5 days later, they took Kabul.
Politics and sport are two entities that most of us would rather keep separate. People don’t tend to go to cricket, rugby, football or even the Olympics intending to engage in heated debate surrounding government policy. Quite the contrary: sport serves as a distraction from the seemingly endless drone of current affairs – none of which ever seems to be particularly positive.
The new quarterly sports magazine combining all things tennis and the culture surrounding the sport talks to IMAGO about its growth from a crowdfunded campaign to the chic and arty aesthetic print publication you can find on shelves today.
A week ago, we watched as reports broke of Trump supporters storming the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. On the frontlines, IMAGO photographer, Thomas Hengge captivated us with his images taken from the riot. Read his experience here.