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Vancouver Photo Book Fair

Call for Exhibitors

Vancouver Photo Book Fair 2017: April 21–23, 2017
Deadline to apply to participate: December 19, 2016

To Apply

Publishers, artists, collectives, artist-run centres, institutions, and art book distributors are welcome to apply to participate by filling in our online application form.

Description

The Vancouver Photo Book Fair surveys one of photography’s earliest forms of dissemination—the photo book—demonstrating how this vital form continues to evolve, push the conventions of artists’ books, and carry photography into new contexts.

Free and open to the public, the VPBF is Vancouver’s first art book fair dedicated to artists whose book-making practices incorporate or intersect with photography and lens-based art. Featuring an engaging program and a variety of local and international artists, collectives, and publishers, VPBF is anticipated to attract over 1,000 visitors from across the Greater Vancouver area and beyond.

VPBF is presented by Capture Photography Festival in partnership with the Vancouver Art Book Fair.

When & Where

Vancouver Photo Book Fair
Free and open to the public
April 21 to 23, 2017
at the Western Front
303 E 8th Ave, Vancouver

About the Festival

Launched in 2013, Capture Photography Festival is dedicated to championing photography in all its forms. The Festival celebrates local and international lens-based artists while provoking dialogue about photography as both an art form and a method of communication.

In addition to the Vancouver Photo Book Fair, Capture 2017 presents photography at over 50 galleries throughout the Greater Vancouver area, with a full roster of thought-provoking exhibitions, tours, films, artist’s talks, and panel discussions.

The Vancouver Photo Book Fair is organized in partnership with the Vancouver Art Book Fair. The longest-running international art book fair in Canada, VABF takes place every October at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The multi-day festival surveys the spectrum of artists’ publishing practices locally, nationally, and globally through three rooms of exhibitors and a diverse line-up of talks, performances, screenings, and artist projects.

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