Festival

  • Our Lady of the Flowers of Evil

    • Jonah Samson
    • Wil Aballe Art Projects | WAAP

      1129 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Indian Candy

    • Dana Claxton
    • Winsor Gallery

      258 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A6, Canada
  • Hypnagogic Rhythms

    • Dana Claxton, Brian Howell, Evann Siebens, William Anderson, Colin Smith, Trig Singer, Paul Wong
    • Winsor Gallery

      258 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5T 1A6, Canada
  • Marc Koegel: Lifelines

    • Marc Koegel
    • Photohaus Gallery

      4 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L6, Canada
  • Realiteit

    • Dianne Bos, David Burdeny, Jim Kazanjian, Catherine Nelson
    • Jennifer Kostuik Gallery

      1070 Homer Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 2W9, Canada
  • Art Perry, Facing Ireland: Irish Portraits

    • Art Perry
    • SMASH Modern Art and Design

      580 Clark Drive, Vancouver, BC V5L 3H7, Canada
  • Collected Shadows: Photographs from the Archive of Modern Conflict

    • Presentation House Gallery

      333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2L8, Canada
  • Greg Gorman: A Distinct Vision

    • Greg Gorman
    • Pendulum Gallery

      885 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Byron Dauncey: Cameraman

    • Byron Dauncey
    • Initial Gallery

      2339 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3G3, Canada
  • Anspayaxw: An Installation for Voice, Image, and Sound

    • John Wynne
    • Satellite Gallery

      560 Seymour St, Vancouver, BC V6B 3H7, Canada
  • An Evolutionary Look into Vancouver Street Photography

    • Brian Howell, John Goldsmith, Lincoln Clarkes, Angela Fama
    • Museum of Vancouver

      1100 Chestnut Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6J 3J9, Canada
  • Carry an Object with You

    • Christian Nicolay and Ya-chu Kang
    • Kimoto Gallery

      1525 West 6th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R1, Canada
  • Instructor Showcase

    • Katie Huisman
    • Photohaus Gallery

      4 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L6, Canada
  • Negative Space

    • Mungo Thomson
    • Contemporary Art Gallery

      555 Nelson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 6R5, Canada
  • Anthony Goicolea

    • Anthony Goicolea
    • Monte Clark Gallery

      53 Dunlevy Ave, Vancouver, BC V6A 3A3, Canada
  • Ensuing Pictures: The Peer-to-Peer Exhibition

    • Marten Elder, Ali Bosworth, Peter Holzhauer, Laura Dutton, Marion Tampon-Lajarriette
    • Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art + Design

      1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 3R9, Canada

News

An Invitation for Grade 10–12 students to join the Flash Forward Incubator Program for 2020-2021

Capture is pleased to partner with the Magenta Foundation to present the 2021 Flash Forward Incubator Program. Designed for high school students in Grade 10–12, the Flash Forward Incubator Program proposes a new and exciting model for arts education developed in collaboration with industry professionals and educators, including teachers and artists, as well as Magenta’s … Continued

2021 Call for Submissions

From September 14 to October 12, 2020 at 11:59 PM, Capture Photography Festival is accepting Exhibition and Event proposals for inclusion in the juried Selected Exhibitions Program and non-juried Event program. Capture 2021 runs from April 2–30. Capture strives to support artistic excellence in diverse lens-based practices, with a focus on critical and challenging work, while … Continued

Capture Writing Prize

We are pleased to announce the inaugural Capture Writing Prize, a juried award to support emerging writers and broaden the discourse on lens-based art. The winner of this competition will be commissioned to write a 1,000 word text for Capture’s annual catalogue on a current issue in lens-based art for which a $2,000 CAD prize … Continued

The 2020 Flash Forward Incubator Catalogue is ready!

The theme for this year’s Flash Forward Incubator is “It’s A Plastic World”. This theme invites participants to think deeply about the statement “It’s a Plastic World” and to create photography- mixed media based projects that contemplate the impact of that statement. How is plastic made? How is it used, and where does it go … Continued

Capture Announces Departure of Director/Curator Kate Henderson

During this unprecedented time, Capture has had to restructure its staffing to help maintain the financial health of the organization, including eliminating the role of Director/Curator held by Kate Henderson. Henderson will continue her work with the Festival as Guest Curator for the Festival’s signature public art project which will be installed on the Dal … Continued

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

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