A Slovenian artist was so inspired by Melania Trump that he carved a statue of her. He really shouldn’t have.
There’s some serious drama in the Winelands, with a multi-million rand art heist playing out for two decades. Derek and the crew went digging for dirt.
Out of thousands of entries, these beautiful pics came out on top in the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year competition.
If you’re feeling like this week is already dragging on, and you need a quick escape from it all, these entrants for the 2019 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards should do the trick.
Since buying ‘Salvator Mundi’, Prince Bader bin Abdullah bin Mohammed bin Farhan al-Saud has been keeping its whereabouts under wraps.
‘Salvator Mundi’ won’t be part of this year’s Leonardo da Vinci show in Paris, and the owner isn’t all that keen to let too many people have a look.
Trump has inspired a range of artists to create works criticising his administration. This is the opposite of that.
They don’t make rock and roll stars like Keith Richards any longer, and now a new exhibition is paying homage to a life well lived.
Top lips don’t come more refined than those on show at the 2019 World Beard and Moustache Championship.
AfrikaBurn 2019 may have come to a close, but the social media posts about the life-changing experience are only beginning. Let’s enjoy Jan Verboom’s superb pictures.
I know you can snap a mean food picture, but I reckon the winners of this competition might have you beat.
The Telegraph’s critics chose the best novels ever written, ranging from Tolkien through to Proust, and including one of our very own.
They’ve unearthed a previously unseen manuscript for a follow-up to writer Anthony Burgess’ famous novel, ‘A Clockwork Orange’.
Towards the end of April is about the time we start dreaming of the December holidays, so we may as well look at a few entrants from the 2019 Nat Geo Travel Photo Contest.
Instead of simply viewing Van Gogh’s paintings in frames, this exhibit in France invites you to walk through detailed digital renderings of his greatest works.
Photographer David McMillan roamed the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, capturing the ghost city which has remained largely untouched since the disaster in the 1980s.
Photographer Margaret Bourke-White’s work helped shape the way that we saw the 20th century.
Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ is one of the most famous images in the art world. Now historians and art buffs are saying we have it all wrong.
Kenya is home to a rare ‘big tusker’elephant, which was captured on film by British photographer Will Burrard-Lucas.
Marriott Bonvoy has made a list of Joburg’s top five art galleries, showcasing the city’s rich, culturally diverse contemporary art scene.
The new tattoo trend seems to be back-pieces along the spine, with Halle Berry and Lady Gaga leading the charge.
If you happen to suffer from a mild case of arachnophobia, this probably isn’t for you. Have you ever seen a peacock spider break it down?
Hidden in an old chapel in Paris, the Grand Guignol was home to on-stage death, sex and gore in the 19th century.
The winners of the Outdoor Photographer of the Year 2018 competition have been announced, and their photos are beautiful.
Take a tour of the incredible “Miniatur Wunderland”, one of the world’s largest model cities, with a tiny Google Street View car.
National Geographic is celebrating reaching 100 million followers on Instagram. Here are some of their most popular pics.
Allen Walker has won a top award for his shark photography at the World Shootout 2018 awards, which focuses on underwater photography.
The people have spoken, and the People’s Choice Award has been allocated in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.