Festival

  • 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
  • Carpoolers

    • Alejandro Cartagena
    • Canada Line: Waterfront Station

      Waterfront Station All Lines, Vancouver, BC, Canada

News

Chinatown Gallery Hopping

Vancouver’s Chinatown was art-party central on Friday October 11th! We had a blast checking out David Semeniuk’s Perimeter at The Gam Gallery, ducking into Positive Negative Gallery for Tristan Casey’s Asleep in Your Branches, and even stopping by The Shop for a change of pace… Photos by Jean Cueta.

Lamar Ads

We reached out to a handful of talented photographers, some of whom are exhibiting with the festival and others who submitted to our Capture in Transit Competition, and asked to use their images in our Lamar Transit Advertising Bus, Skytrain and Canada Line ads. Luckily, many of them obliged and we wound up with some … Continued

Featured in Monocle Magazine’s Weekend Agenda

We’re flattered to be getting some international attention, the venerable London-based Monocle Magazine mentioned Capture in their Weekend Agenda with a special note about one of our most anticipated exhibitions; the new AHVA Gallery’s The Photo Show: 1969/2013 – Exploring the Photo Conceptual Archive.  Read the post here!

Globe and Mail Dubs Capture a Hot Ticket

The Globe and Mail‘s Jennifer Van Evra interviews our Director Julie Lee about Capture’s inaugural year. “The six-week fest features works by some of Vancouver’s best-known photo-based artists, including legendary street photographer Fred Herzog, the Vancouver School’s Jeff Wall and Rodney Graham, documentarian Edward Burtynsky, London-based Canadian artist Mark Lewis and local luminaries Karin Bubaš … Continued

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

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