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Help share lens-based art in April 2023 through a tax deductible donation that will go towards funding exhibitions, public art, our catalogue, tours, talks and events. Every contribution makes a difference. Capture is committed to connecting Vancouver to the world through lens-based art. We believe in the power of images and their uncanny ability to … Continued

Black Friday Weekend Artist Edition Sale!

Looking to add to or begin your collection? Purchase an artist edition from our collection of artist prints spanning a diverse selection of Canadian artists including Jordan Bennett, Dana Claxton, Kapwani Kiwanga, Birthe Piontek, Stephen Waddell, Ian Wallace and more. Don’t miss your chance to receive 30% off during our 2022 Black Friday weekend sale!  … Continued

Capture Photography Festival Names Sarah Wang as TD Assistant Curator of Engagement

Oct 11, 2022, Vancouver, BC – Capture Photography Festival is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Wang as the Festival’s new TD Assistant Curator of Engagement. Sarah Wang studied international relations and art history before working in the arts and culture sector inVancouver. Although her academic background is in visual arts and culture, she … Continued

Capture x Booooooom Open Call Announcement

We’re excited to continue our partnership with Booooooom to curate another public art installation which will be mounted at Olympic Village Canada Line Station in Vancouver. This is an international open call for photographers and artists making lens-based work. The selected artist will be part of the 10th annual 2023 Capture Photography Festival which will … Continued

Auction Pick: Vancouver Art Blog’s Andrew Booth on Andrew Dadson, Christos Dikeakos, Ian Wallace, Karen Zalamea, Elizabeth Zvonar, and Karen Zalamea

Andew Dadson’s Black Medic (Medicago Lupulina) Orange: This work is from a series of “painted landscapes”, made through a two-step process of spraying monochromatic, biodegradable paint onto a landscape, and photographing the painted land. Anyone who has tended to a garden knows the frustration of dealing with weeds; they are resilient, and no matter what … Continued

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