Festival

  • Matthew Pillsbury: Tokyo

    • Matthew Pillsbury
    • Douglas Udell Gallery – DUG Vancouver Pop-up

      1566 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Matthew Pillsbury: Tokyo

    Reception

    • Douglas Udell Gallery – DUG Vancouver Pop-up

      1566 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Remediating Curtis: Imagining Indigeneity

    • Stephen Foster
    • Surrey Art Gallery

      13750 88 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada
  • Remediating Curtis: Imagining Indigeneity

    Artist Talk

    • Surrey Art Gallery

      13750 88 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada
  • Celebration of Simplicity

    • Phung Noi Fong
    • Elissa Cristall Gallery

      1820 Fir St #200, Vancouver, BC V6J 3B1, Canada
  • Celebration of Simplicity

    Curator Talk

    • Elissa Cristall Gallery

      1820 Fir St #200, Vancouver, BC V6J 3B1, Canada
  • Mark of Men/Structures

    • Justin Langille, Mickey Nielsen
    • Untitled Art Space

      436 Columbia Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Mark of Men/Structures

    Reception

    • Untitled Art Space

      436 Columbia Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • 35 Years of Reflection: Alumni & Student Show

    Reception

    • Remington Gallery

      108 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • 35 Years of Reflection: Alumni & Student Show

    • Lisa Birke, Flick Harrison, Kate Henderson, Interim Visual Arts Manager, Art Gallery at Evergreen, Katie Huisman, Peter Morin, Christian Nicolay, Fan-Ling Suen, Jason Wright
    • Remington Gallery

      108 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Camera Machina

    • Byron Dauncey, Kevin Day
    • Robert Lynds Gallery

      Robert Lynds Gallery, West 3rd Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Dream Distortion

    • Jonah Samson
    • Macaulay & Co. Fine Art

      293 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Life Off Grid: Reassembling Domestic Life

    Reception

    • Lobby Gallery at the Liu Institute for Global Issues

      6476 Northwest Marine Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Life Off Grid: Reassembling Domestic Life

    • Jonathan Taggart
    • Lobby Gallery at the Liu Institute for Global Issues

      6476 Northwest Marine Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Wayward

    • Brody Albert, Dana Claxton, Alexis Dirks, Jason Gowans, Maggie Groat, Lili Huston-Herterich, Laurie Kang, Colin Smith, Ed Spence
    • Winsor Gallery

      258 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A6, Canada
  • Inside Out

    • Colin Smith
    • Winsor Gallery

      258 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A6, Canada

News

Boom and Bust video

Christian Nicolay and Ya-chu Kang’s video Boom and Bust examines the fragility of interconnected global markets by literally “bursting the bubble.” We can’t get enough of this playful look at a dire situation, we hope you’ll like it too!

Gallery Row Still Going Strong

It’s no longer breaking news that South Granville’s galleries have experiences a massive turnover in the last couple years. Fortunately, this shift has given a chance for remaining established galleries to get some well deserved attention, and brought forth a new guard of ambitious gallerists showing work by exciting emerging artists–among them an excellent crop of … Continued

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!  

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