Festival

  • The Telephone Salesman

    • Matthew Brooks
    • UFCW Local 1518 Building

      350 Columbia Street, New Westminster, BC, Canada
  • Falun Series

    • Joseph Staples
    • Gastown BIA

      210-318 Homer St, Vancouver, BC
  • Vitrine

    • Karen Zalamea
    • South Granville BIA

      210–1501 W Broadway, Vancouver, BC
  • Precession of the Feminine

    • Alinka Echeverría
    • Stadium–Chinatown SkyTrain Station

      Stadium-Chinatown Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • A Horse Led to Water

    • Owen Murray
    • Canada Line: Marine Drive Station

      Marine Drive Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Industrioglyphs

    • Stuart McCall
    • Canada Line: King Edward Station

      King Edward Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Chintzware

    • Julian Hou
    • Canada Line: Broadway—City Hall Station

      Broadway-City Hall Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Fruit Tree

    • Matthew Sawyer, Ron Tran
    • Canada Line: Olympic Village

      Olympic Village Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Unknown Road

    • Jon Rafman
    • Canada Line: Vancouver City Centre Station

      Vancouver City Centre Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • #haunted_hunted

    • Tania Willard
    • Canada Line: South Granville Entrance

      United Kingdom Building, Granville Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Carpoolers

    • Alejandro Cartagena
    • Canada Line: Waterfront Station

      Waterfront Station All Lines, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Brand New Era Social Club

    • Alex Morrison
    • BC Hydro Dal Grauer Substation

      944 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Outside Darkroom

    • Lynol Lui
    • Arts Umbrella

      1286 Cartwright Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • 1UP

    • Sonny Assu
    • Surrey Art Gallery UrbanScreen

      13458 107a Ave, Surrey, BC, Canada
  • The Experience

    • Elizabeth Zvonar
  • See Through a New Lens

    • Megan Wilson, Art Zaratsyan
    • Various Venues

      Vancouver, BC, Canada

News

2019 TD Curator Highlights

Capture Photography Festival is proudly presented by TD Bank Group. The following short essay was first published in the 2019 Capture Magazine.   This year at Capture, the lineup of Vancouver artists will inspire you to think about Vancouver’s history, representation, and identity and the ways in which these contemporary artists are expressing themselves through … Continued

Tell us your thoughts! Take the Capture 2019 audience survey

Take our short audience survey about your Festival experience and be entered into a draw for the above Capture Limited Edition by Vancouver photographer Scott Massey. TAKE THE 2019 CAPTURE AUDIENCE SURVEY Image: Scott Massey, Spectrum Study 4 (infrared), 2014, 11.5” x 12.5”, archival pigment print, Courtesy of the artist, Edition of 50, $100

Volunteer with Capture 2019

Capture Photography Festival 2019 is fast approaching! Capture runs April 3–30 in galleries and venues across Metro Vancouver, including Featured Exhibitions, Selected Exhibitions, Public Art, Events, and a Youth Program. It is the largest festival of its kind in Western Canada, attracting thousands of attendees across dozens of venues! Capture thrives as a result of … Continued

Capture stands in solidarity with VAG CUPE 15

Update: On February 11 at 5 pm, the strike officially ended with VAG CUPE 15 reaching an agreement with the Gallery. You can read about it on Canadian Art: “Strike Ends at Vancouver Art Gallery”   Capture Photography Festival stands in solidarity with the members of VAG CUPE 15, who have been working for nearly … Continued

Canada Line Competition shortlist announced

Capture in partnership with the Georgia Straight have accepted submissions of lens-based work for the King Edward Canada Line Station Public Art competition, and a jury has determined the shortlist! The final work will be decided by public vote on the Georgia Straight website. The selected artist will have their work installed on the facade … Continued

Open Call: King Edward Canada Line Station Public Art competition

Capture Photography Festival, in partnership with the Georgia Straight, is accepting submissions of lens-based work for the King Edward Canada Line Station Public Art competition. All submissions will be reviewed by a jury, who will determine which works make the shortlist. The final work will be decided by public vote on the Georgia Straight website, … Continued

Capture 2019 is just around the corner!

Would you look at that—summer is nearly over! We are excited that the coming fall means submissions to the next edition of Capture in April 2019 will be opening soon. We can’t wait to see what photography and lens-based exhibitions and events you’ve been cooking up!   Capture 2019 Exhibition and Event submissions open Sep … Continued

Changes to Capture’s Exhibition Program

We heard your feedback for a more focused festival, and so Capture’s Exhibition Program is returning to its previous model. Staring in 2019, all exhibitions will be evaluated by a jury made up of arts professionals and artists. In addition to determining which exhibitions to include in the Selected Exhibition Program, the jury will also … Continued

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