Photographer Colin Garrett has shared his unique series of photographs of scarecrows that he took during his travels in the 1980s.
The winners of the Open and Youth sections of the 2016 Sony World Photography Awards have been announced.
The exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston features creations by 11 Asian artists.
Photo of volcano erupting wins 13th annual Smithsonian magazine photo contest, with entries from 168 countries
NPPP has selected 49 finalists from a national field of entries, reflecting the distinctive vision of Australia\'s portrait photographers and the unique nature of their subjects
Unesco declared 21 March as World Poetry Day in 1999 and it is spent celebrating the importance of poetry.
A new show at the Barbican shows how world-renowned international photographers have captured Britain.
Modi\'s figures to be installed in London, Singapore, Bangkok and Hong Kong.
From FKA Twigs to David Bowie, LA illustrator Eisen Bernado makes image combinations that almost look real
Judges have chosen the best photos from 60 countries. Which is your favourite?
The statues were seized just days before a scheduled auction at Christie\'s auction house.
From diving equipment and cameras, to understanding light underwater, this book provides all you need before you take the plunge.
Launched in 1959 by entrepreneur and inventor Ruth Handler, Barbie became one of the most iconic children's dolls of the 20th century.
Josef Schulz, a Polish-born photographer based in Germany, travelled around Europe to document disused border posts and checkpoints.
The mural by street artist PANG depicts Syrian refugee Ayman Hirh.
Richard Tuschman's series Once Upon a Time In Kazimierz depicts a fictional Jewish family living in 1930s Poland.
We present a selection of images from the Open shortlist in the world\'s biggest photography competition.
We present a selection of images from the Professional shortlist in the world\'s biggest photography competition.
Jorge Silva visits Chinese opera productions in Bangkok, photographing the on-stage action and backstage preparations.
Berlin officials call celebrity event \'obscene,\' but some Ai Weiwei supporters say that was the point.