There are just over two weeks left to enter the world's biggest space photography contest.
Van Gogh Museum is hosting an exhibition to welcome masterpieces home.
A giant dollop of fly-infested cream and a VW camper van were among the five nominees – but who won?
Flâneur in an Ancient Landscape is photographer Tom Hunter's journey covering parts of the medieval Sherwood Forest, through to the East and to the Peak District to the West.
Julia Fullerton-Batten's series of images interprets and duplicates the feelings and actions of each feral child living their experience.
This year's 22 award-winning images include a 3D model of a pig's eyeball, a parrot's intricate system of blood vessels and a visualisation of tweets about breast cancer.
A selection of shortlisted images in the Open competition of the Sony World Photography Awards 2017.
The Sony World Photography Awards represents the world's finest contemporary photography captured over the last year, and displays a huge diversity of extraordinary images in terms of genres, styles and subject matter.
Up close and personal with big cats, whose numbers in the wild for some species have dwindled dramatically.
Stephen Shore spent nearly every day at Warhol's Factory between 1965 and 1967, taking pictures of its diverse cast of characters.
Each figure is a hybrid, constructed from fragments taken from his own photographs.
A dramatic photo of an assassin standing over the body of Russia's ambassador to Turkey has won the prestigious annual contest.
Presented as a chronological overview, this traces Hockney's development from his time as a student up to his recent success at the Royal Academy and beyond.
The Art Deco control room of a derelict Hungarian power station has been chosen by the public as the winner of the Art of Building photography competition.
A stunning image of a kingfisher diving into a river at such high speed that it seems to leave a motion trail behind it clinched the award for Spanish photographer Mario Cea.
Cape Party protesters deface Dean Hutton's controversial work at Cape Town's National Art Museum.
These sun-soaked, super-saturated cityscapes may look like illustrations – but they are photographs.
Now in its sixth year, the prestigious competition attracts the most compelling imagery in landscape, wildlife, nature, travel and adventure from around the planet.
World-renowned British photographer has been named recipient of the World Photography Organisation's Outstanding Contribution to Photography accolade.
The images will go on display at the The Bronx Documentary Center as part of a group exhibition involving 37 photojournalists.