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Auction Pick | Capture’s Festival Assistant, Sidney Gordon on Karen Zalamea’s They are lost as soon as they are made (no. 17): 

Karen Zalamea’s distorted landscape, They are lost as soon as they are made (no. 17), is more than just visually breathtaking. The process behind the series is innovative and resonates with many of the same approaches I take in my own photographic practice: co-creating with the land and environmental resources.The fogged nature of the work … Continued

2023 Selected Exhibitions Jury Announcement

Capture is pleased to announce the jury who will be evaluating submissions to the 2023 Selected Exhibitions Program. In addition to Emmy Lee Wall, Capture’s Executive Director, the 2023 Capture Selected Exhibitions Jury includes:  Arpad Kovacs Assistant Curator, Department of Photographs, J. Paul Getty Museum Arpad Kovacs is an assistant curator in the Department of … Continued

2023 Selected Exhibition Submissions Are Now Open

Submissions are now open for our 2023 juried Selected Exhibitions Program! From September 8 to October 7, 2022 at 11:59 PM, Capture Photography Festival is accepting exhibition proposals for the 2023 Festival which runs from April 1–30. Capture’s vision is to connect Vancouver to the world through lens-based art. The Festival acts as a platform … Continued

Our 2023 Benefit Auction Is Now Live!

Our 2023 Benefit Auction is now live! To bid, please visit www.heffel.com. Bidding is open now until September 21, 10am PT/1pm ET, 2022. Presented in partnership with Heffel, the auction includes 25 lens-based works that reflect the diversity of artists that have participated in Capture over the years, from emerging to established, local to international.  … Continued

Announcing Lot 5: Andrew Dadson

Black Medic (Medicago Lupulina) Orange, 2019 wild clover, milk paint (water, casein, chalk, limestone, earth pigments, ochre, cochineal), inkjet print mounted on Dibond, edition 3 of 3 + 2 APs 180.3 x 134.6 cm (unframed) 182.2 x 136.5 cm (framed)  Courtesy of the Artist and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto  Estimate: $15,000–$20,000 Andrew Dadson is a … Continued

Announcing Lot 19: Isaac Thomas

Newport Box, 2022 archival pigment print on aluminum, edition 2 of 5 218.4 x 58.4 cm (mounted)  Courtesy of the Artist  Estimate: $1,500–$2,000 Isaac Thomas’s photographic practice is a combination of analogue photography and digital output, painting, and installation. His practice explores the meaning latent in objects that are often discarded; as fragments of their … Continued

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