The Sony World Photography Awards is one of the world's biggest, most prestigious photography competitions, with a big cash prize and a hugely popular annual exhibition. And it's free to enter.
A colour drawing by legendary Belgian cartoonist Herge depicting Tintin and his dog Snowy, has sold for more than half a million euros.
A painting of Christ believed to be by Leonardo da Vinci has sold for $450m in New York. In the past, pieces by artists including Picasso have also been bought by private buyers.
Photographers around the world are invited to submit their work in any or all of four categories: Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater and Aerial.
In 1991, Danish photographer Krass Clement spent three months in Ireland, capturing melancholic, monochromatic photos that take us on a journey through deserted streets on the outskirts of Dublin.
The painting was originally commissioned by Louis XII of France and made history recently when it became the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction.
The collection includes thousands of biblical texts and artefacts, from fragments of Dead Sea Scrolls and cuneiform tablets to high-tech exhibits and a biblical garden.
A new book – I See a City: Todd Webb's New York – presents American photographer Todd Webb's exploration of New York in the years following World War II.
Works by world-renowned artists – including Jeremy Deller, Maggi Hambling, Ben Eine, Gavin Turk, Peter Blake and Bob & Roberta Smith – are among the 400-plus postcard-sized artworks.
The Magnum Photos Square Print sale runs for five days only, from midday on Monday 30 October to 6pm on Friday 3 November.
Adrián Pino Olivera has stripped in front of Michelangelo's David Florence's Galleria dell'Accademia and Tate Britain's Ophelia.
Photographers are invited to enter National Geographic's 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year contest's four categories: Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater and Aerial.
From misty lochs and chalk cliffs to snow-covered mountains and autumnal woods, Landscape Photographer of the Year book captures the splendour of Britain's rural and urban landscapes, from the Outer Hebrides to the white cliffs of Dover.
The free annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, now in its 21st year, stretches for two kilometres along the coastline and features artworks created by 104 artists.
Brian Griffin (not the dog from Family Guy) was a major British music industry photographer in the 1980s, shooting album covers by Depeche Mode, The Clash, Iggy Pop, The Specials, Elvis Costello and many more.