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Two openings, one night!

…Just a regular ol’ Thursday with Capture. We hit up Republic Gallery for the prolific Marion Penner Bancroft’s HYDROLOGIC (drawing up the clouds) and then dashed to Satellite Gallery for Moyra Davey’s Ornament and Reproach. Coupled with Jessica Eaton’s recent project for CPPS, these exhibitions are great examples of the wide range of fascinating photographic approaches that are proliferating in … Continued

Canadian Photographic Portfolio Society

Last Friday marked the release of Jessica Eaton‘s commission from the Canadian Photographic Portfolio Society. The Montreal based artist’s recent series, LTISL 17, 2013, uses colour photography to explore the effect of light pending through glass prisms. The photos play with notions of truth and perceptual experience, while referencing Berenice Abbott’s The Science Pictures. The exhibition was only … Continued

Magic Hour Installations

On a beautiful day last week we set out just before the sunset to photograph a handful of Capture’s public installations around town. Now, we love a good white cube as much as the next guy, but it’s hard to beat mother nature doing her thing. The soft light and the falling leaves worked together to … Continued

Capture goes into the dollhouse with Dina Goldstein

Dina Goldstein’s highly anticipated exhibition In the Dollhouse opened officially on Saturday at Kimoto Gallery, the project will be on exhibition until November 15th. If you’ve read any of the extensive press Goldstein has attracted, then you already know that the project’s production value is through the roof. The artist took it a step further and has included props … Continued

Equinox Gallery’s blockbuster exhibitions now open!

Saturday afternoon was an exceptionally busy one for Capture, with 3 exhibitions opening at Equinox Gallery and Dina Glodstein’s highly anticipated In the Dollhouse opening at Kimoto Gallery. Fortunately the rain didn’t stop Vancouver’s art lovers from checking out either show! Check out the photos by Jean Cueta from the Fred Herzog, Geoffrey James, and David Hockney … Continued

Dana Claxton’s newest film “He Who Dreams”

UBC AHVA Visual Art faculty member and visual artist Dana Claxton’s latest film “He Who Dreams” is set to screen on November 8th at SFU Woodwards Cinema (149 West Hastings). It will be screened with a selection of other films as part of  the Vancouver Indigenous Media Arts Festival 2013, with a book launch at 6pm and … Continued

AHVA Gallery

One of Capture’s more highly anticipated exhibitions opened last Wednesday, October 23, 2013, at the new AHVA Gallery. The exhibition was curated by Vytas Narusvicious and organized in part by the gallery’s Director Barrie Jones, it’s up until November 29th. Here’s what we said in our press release: The exhibition reflects upon a seminal 1969 exhibition … Continued

The limelight looks good on Capture

Capture’s director Julie Lee and artists Lincoln Clarkes and Brian Howell from Capture’s An Evolutionary Look at Vancouver Street Photography sat down with Fiona Forbes from The Rush to chat about the festival. In case you missed it live, here it is!  

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