A painting by the French master Edgar Degas was discovered on a bus nine years after it was first stolen from a Marsaille museum.
Heartwarming image of Pikin the gorilla resting in the arms of her human companion Appolinaire in the back of a car wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award.
A panorama photograph of motorbikes in a World War Two shipwreck in the Red Sea has won Underwater Photographer of the Year 2018.
The National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC has unveiled new portraits of former president Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama.
IBTimes UK teams up with EyeEm for a photography competition focusing on the clean lines, shapes and compositions of minimalist architecture across the globe.
The Outdoor Photographer of the Year competition provides a powerful insight into the landscapes, wildlife and nature of the planet, and the adventures to be found on it.
George Michael was outed as gay after being arrested for cruising, but a new exhibition celebrates the underground culture of anonymous gay sex in toilets
Choose one of these 24 stunning animal pictures as the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award.
The exhibition at Beetles+Huxley in London features Elliott Erwitt's quirky photos of dogs as well as portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Che Guevara.
The Immigrants, at New York's Howard Greenberg Gallery, features the work of more than 40 photographers from the 1860s to 2015, focusing on the immigrant experience.
Dronestagram, the first social network dedicated to aerial photography, has selected its top 20 aerial images from the thousands of stunning drone photos submitted in 2017.
The Art of Building photography competition finalists include an atmospheric French theatre and a bell tower that looks like an eye.
People can finally get their hands on a colouring book that celebrates diverse women thanks to the graphic designer behind Black Queens.
The buyer of the $450m painting by Leonardo da Vinci has been revealed as Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the Wall Street Journal has reported
Zanzibar-born artist Lubaina Himid became the oldest winner and first black woman to win Turner Prize.