Festival

  • Negative Space

    • Mungo Thomson
    • Contemporary Art Gallery

      555 Nelson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6R5, Canada
  • Anthony Goicolea

    • Anthony Goicolea
    • Monte Clark

      53 Dunlevy Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 3A3, Canada
  • Ensuing Pictures: The Peer-to-Peer Exhibition

    • Marten Elder, Ali Bosworth, Peter Holzhauer, Laura Dutton, Marion Tampon-Lajarriette
    • Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art + Design

      1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3R9, Canada
  • XX

    • Dina Goldstein
    • Dina Goldstein Studio

      1380 Napier St, Vancouver, BC V5L 3L6, Canada
  • Eric Deis

    • Eric Deis
    • Elissa Cristall Gallery

      2239 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3G1, Canada
  • The Long Wait

    • Michael Love
    • Café for Contemporary Art

      140 Esplanade E, North Vancouver, BC V7L 0B3, Canada
  • location/dis-location(s): reprise

    • Jayce Salloum
    • CSA Space

      2422 Main St, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Asleep In Your Branches

    • Tristan Casey
    • Positive Negative Gallery

      436 Columbia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 2R8, Canada
  • Capture Gala

    Fundraiser

    • Vancouver Photo Workshops

      14 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L6, Canada
  • Wanderings

    • Anna Binta Diallo
    • Canada Line

      Waterfront Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Human Nature – Last Supper

    • Impatiently Inclined
    • Canada Line

      Vancouver City Centre Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • A Railway Pilgrimage in Pakistan

    • Madiha Aijaz
    • Canada Line

      Yaletown–Roundhouse Station, Davie Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • construct: past, present and future visions

    • Canada Line

      Olympic Village Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • We do not know when we started, we will not know when we will end

    • Christopher Lacroix
    • Canada Line

      Broadway-City Hall Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Fragments of a River

    • Angela Blažanović
    • Canada Line

      King Edward Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Self-portrait with mended flesh

    • Manuel Axel Strain
    • Canada Line

      Aberdeen Station, Richmond, BC, Canada

News

Local mag, ION, helps spread the word!

Have you checked out An Evolutionary Look into Vancouver Street Photography: Foncie Pulice to the 21st Century yet? ION agrees that it’s worth a trip to the Museum of Vancouver–the show runs until January 31st, 2014. Read article here!  

Capture 1.0 Launch Party at the Museum of Vancouver

On October 1st, 2013, Capture 1.0 launched with the opening of An Evolutionary look into Vancouver Street Photography: Foncie Pulice into the 21st Century at the Museum of Vancouver (MOV). The evening was a complete success, with performances by the Max Zipursky Band and wines by Lamarca Prosecco. The MOV kept the Foncie’s Fotos exhibition open … Continued

MONTECRISTO Helps Spread the Word!

Mathew Arthur’s on point description of Capture for MONTECRISTO Magazine has us blushing. We especially like his description of the Capture Curated exhibition An Evolutionary Look into Vancouver Street Photography, at the Museum of Vancouver until January 31st, 2014: “The exhibition situates photographic practice in a digital, “social” world where conceptions of privacy, technology, and self-representation are … Continued

Jonah Samson’s Collection Garners National Attention

The exhibition Another Happy Day: Found Photographs from the Collection of Jonah Samson at the Presentation House Gallery has become a hot topic for arts journalists across the country. David Barry from the National Post interviewed Samson here.

Capture Fundraiser + Live Auction

On May 11th, 2013 Capture Photography Festival held a Fundraiser and Live Auction to raise money for Capture 1.0. The support of the attendees was vital to ensuring Capture’s success for our inaugural year. Photographers from Vancouver and beyond generously contributed to the evening’s live auction. We would like to extend a special thank-you to … Continued

Canadian Art Write-up about Capture!

Leah Sandals from Canadian Art featured us on their website, it’s great to be getting some national recognition! “Festival director Julie Lee, who has worked as an art advisor since 1999, and has also been involved with the Drawn Festival, says something like Capture is long overdue, ‘I think there’s a collective need to see something … Continued

Vancouver Sun Stirs up Buzz for Capture

“It’s inevitable that something like this would happen because we have more photographic art stars in this town per capita that anywhere else” – Lincoln Clarkes The Vancouver Sun’s Jessica Barrett interviewed Capture’s Director Julie Lee, Street Photographer Lincoln Clarkes, and Contemporary Art Gallery Director Nigel Prince to drum up some early interest in Capture. … Continued

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