Superb images by Jeremy Walter, winner of the IBTimes UK minimalist architecture photography competition
Jeremy Walter has developed an incredible eye for minimalist architecture photography after spending nearly ten years photographing nothing but buildings.
The exhibition at Beetles+Huxley in London features Elliott Erwitt's quirky photos of dogs as well as portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Che Guevara.
The Immigrants, at New York's Howard Greenberg Gallery, features the work of more than 40 photographers from the 1860s to 2015, focusing on the immigrant experience.
Flach's new book, Endangered, features over 180 images of remarkable animals such as the mandrill and the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey.
The Art of Building photography competition finalists include an atmospheric French theatre and a bell tower that looks like an eye.
AFP photographer Fred Dufour took a closer look at the Tianjin Binhai library and discovered that the rows of book spines are just images printed on the backs of shelves.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Over a 40-year career, Martin Parr has used humorous details to highlight a sense of hopelessness in British society.
Dan Ziskie's first book, Cloud Chamber, features photographs taken on the streets of Manhattan between 2013 and 2016.
Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen has travelled the world tracking down men who claim to be the second coming of Jesus Christ.
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.
Russian photographer Denis Esakov presents Moscow from a different perspective – from above.
Brightly coloured murals allow potential customers to see what is on offer inside shops that don't have large display windows.
Nick Hannes won the Documentary series with a project featuring the culture of the elite in Dubai, while Lissa Rivera's striking portraits of her non-binary partner explore contemporary notions of gender.
Sandra Müller's book Dog People features 83 creative portraits that answer the question: "What kind of person would this dog be?"
Drone Photography & Video Masterclass contains everything a photographer needs to take their camera into the skies; and everything a drone pilot needs to master aerial photography.
Scotland's premier photography festival – running from 18 June to 31 July 2017 – features established names and emerging talent.
Each sculpture is a concertina of thousands of pieces of paper glued together and then carved into the shape of pistols, machine guns and bullets.
Collectors can snap up iconic photos such as Eve Arnold's Marilyn Monroe, Chris Steele-Perkins' Teds and Tiananmen Square's Tank Man for just $100 (£77.72).
Eleanor Macnair uses Play-Doh to recreate photos of celebrities such as Tinie Tempah, Lily Cole and David Hockney.
Royal Photographic Society: Open call to applicants for 2017 bursaries for photographers and students
The RPS is issuing four funding opportunities available to support photographers across still photography and moving image.
Regnier's series of portraits will be showing at the Bronx Documentary Center until 4 June 2017.
Photo London will be held at Somerset House from 18 -21 May 2017, showcasing work from the world's leading galleries.
The exhibition, which opens 22 July 2017, is held in conjunction with the 2017 Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace.
The exhibition will be on show at Michael Hoppen Gallery, London from 6 April-20 May 2017.