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There are just over two weeks left to enter the world's biggest space photography contest.
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.
Coming to the Derby Museum and Art Gallery, a range of photos from the W W Winter archive offers an important record of the city.
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.
From Viola Davis to Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone and Mahershala Ali – here are the best photos from behind the scenes of the Oscars 2017
The party is keenly watched by the fashion crowd, as many celebrities wear different outfits from the ones they wore on the red carpet.
In this gallery, IBTimesUK shows the dresses – and drama – from the glamorous ceremony.
A selection of photographs, covering a variety of topics from current events to animals, weather and travel.
Up close and personal with big cats, whose numbers in the wild for some species have dwindled dramatically.
The exhibition, held at Kensington Palace, traces the evolution of Diana's style from glamorous evening gowns to chic Catherine Walker suits.
After years of covering war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Magnum Photographer Peter van Agtmael explores everyday life in the US, as a way of understanding his experiences and his country.
Stephen Shore spent nearly every day at Warhol's Factory between 1965 and 1967, taking pictures of its diverse cast of characters.