Festival

  • Unnotable Landscapes

    • Christina Dixon, Woojae Kim
    • No. 3 Road Art Columns: Aberdeen

      Aberdeen Canada Line Station, Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • A Question of Balance

    • Michael Love
    • No. 3 Road Art Columns: Lansdowne East

      Lansdowne Canada Line Station, Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Reflected City

    • Paulo Majano
    • No. 3 Road Art Columns: Lansdowne West

      Lansdowne Canada Line Station, Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Paracosmic Lands

    • Annie Briard
    • No. 3 Road Art Columns: Aberdeen

      Aberdeen Canada Line Station, Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Heliographic Scale

    • James Nizam
    • TELUS Plaza

      611 Sixth St, New Westminster, BC, Canada
  • Offshore – Hyundai Patriot

    • Rui Nunes
    • Woodward’s Atrium

      111 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • 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

News

Capture Printing Prize

Capture Photography Festival is pleased to announce the inaugural Capture Printing Prize, with a value of $10,000 CAD. The Printing Prize will be awarded annually to an artist participating in Capture’s Selected Exhibition Program. Adjudicated by a jury of art professionals, the Printing Prize is open to local, national and international lens-based artists with a … Continued

Welcome to Capture 2020

On behalf of everyone at Capture Photography Festival, I am thrilled to welcome you to the 2020 Festival! During a time of great uncertainty, many of you may be asking why art, especially now? In Robert Adams’ classic text Why People Photograph, he wrote “At our best and most fortunate we make pictures because of … Continued

2020 Capture Catalogue

We are so excited to share the Capture Photography Festival 2020 catalogue with all of you, including texts by Douglas Coupland, Cliff Lauson, Cheyenne Raine LeGrande, and an interview by Ian Wallace with Scott Schuman. We are distributing the 2020 catalogue via mail or delivery, please request your copy here or read the online version … Continued

Capture’s Response to COVID-19

Dear Capture Supporters, In an effort to support the containment of COVID-19, Capture is reconceptualizing our programming for the 2020 Festival. Many exhibitions and public art installations will be presented as planned and our Capture Catalogue is available to view online. Capture-presented live events, opening receptions, workshops and talks will be postponed or cancelled. We … Continued

Volunteer with Capture Photography Festival

As a non-profit cultural organization, Capture Photography Festival would not be able to program such a broad range of public art projects, exhibitions, and events without the help and dedication of our volunteers. Interested in Joining Us? Our dedicated volunteers are vital to the success of the Festival. Volunteers assist in a variety of roles … Continued

Capture Photography Festival announces Kapwani Kiwanga commission for the 2020 Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE REALEASE February 19, 2020, Vancouver BC—Capture Photography Festival is pleased to announce Canadian, Paris-based artist Kapwani Kiwanga will be creating a site-specific commission for the 2020 Festival. Kiwanga is the fifth artist to receive the annual commission from Capture which has highlighted the work of Canadian, internationally exhibiting artists such as Jessica Eaton, … Continued

The 2020 Tricera Printing Grant Recipients

Capture Photography Festival is thrilled to announce the 2020 recipients of the Tricera Printing Grant: Annie Briard Rydel Cerezo Jackie Dives Pao Houa Her Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes Claude Labrèche-Lemay Pixy Liao Svava Tergesen Theo Terry News Photographers Association of Canada This year, the esteemed local fine art print studio Tricera Print awarded $6,500 in printing … Continued

Happy Holidays from Capture Photography Festival!

Dear Friends, Please accept our deepest appreciation and sincere thanks for your support of Capture Photography Festival in 2019. It is the enthusiasm and generosity of individuals like you that make everything we do possible. From all of us here at Capture, very best wishes for a happy 2020. We look forward to seeing you … Continued

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