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.
Photojournalist Brent Stirton has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 for his shocking image of a black rhino killed by poachers for its horns.
The week's best photojournalism, from Las Vegas mass shooting and Catalonia independence referendum to Theresa May's Conservative Party Conference speech and a jaguar catching an anaconda.
North Korea's Mansudae studio is "probably the largest art production centre in the world", covering nearly 30 acres and employing about 1,000 artists.
The winners of the 2017 Nikon Small World Competition have been revealed.Combining art and science, the contest recognises the best photos taken under a microscope.
Tate Modern's new Turbine Hall installation should attract huge crowds keen to lie on the floor again, just as Olafur Eliasson's Weather Project did back in 2003.
The RPS has named four award winners in its 160th International Photography Exhibition, the world's longest running photographic exhibition.
Deborah de Robertis has been dubbed the "Serial Flasher".
The 2018 Sony World Photography Awards, one of the world's leading photography competitions, are now open for entries.
Over a 40-year career, Martin Parr has used humorous details to highlight a sense of hopelessness in British society.
Spectacular space images from the winners of the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2017 competition.
A Twitter Q&A didn't go so well for the British institution.
A snarling tiger cub, playful brown bears and a tiny seahorse clinging to a cotton bud are among the beautiful photos on this year's shortlist.
Dan Ziskie's first book, Cloud Chamber, features photographs taken on the streets of Manhattan between 2013 and 2016.
The five winning projects cover a wide range of topics, from the deepening crisis in Venezuela to sperm smuggling in Gaza.
Victoria and Albert Museum exhibit will 'explore the design and culture of videogames since the mid-2000s'.
Paola Ismene from Mexico, whose entry Daydream in Blue was chosen from among more than 9,000 entries, will be awarded a solo exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery.
The latest issue of Time Magazine, The Economist, The New Yorker, Stern and Der Spiegel all reference Trump's handling of Charlottesville.
Nominees include a wheelchair that can climb stairs, the world's first translating earpiece, ink made from air pollution, and a robot that carries your stuff while rolling along behind you like R2-D2.
Many of the images he took as a 22-year-old aspiring photographer lay forgotten until a history student chanced across them in 2011.