Festival

  • We do not know when we started, we will not know when we will end

    • Christopher Lacroix
    • Canada Line

      Broadway-City Hall Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Fragments of a River

    • Angela Blažanović
    • Canada Line

      King Edward Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Self-portrait with mended flesh

    • Manuel Axel Strain
    • Canada Line

      Aberdeen Station, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Schilling’s House

    • Emily Neufeld
    • Canada Line

      Lansdowne Station, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Cut and Paste

    • Elizabeth Zvonar
    • Billboard: Fraser St at 15th Ave (across from Grey Church)

      Fraser St & East 15th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
  • FLOOD (Displaced Horizon)

    • Howard Ursuliak, Kyle Juron, Barbara Cole, Lorna Brown, Marko Simcic, Colin Griffiths
    • Billboard: Expo Blvd

      80 Expo Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B, Canada
  • Absence/Presence

    • Christina Leslie, Bidemi Oloyede
    • Billboards: Arbutus Greenway, between Burrard St & Fir St

      1654 W 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R3, Canada
  • A Vase with Pale Roses (Animations on Still life)

    • Elisabeth Belliveau
    • Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen

      E Broadway & Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 4S9, Canada
  • Plymouth Rock

    • Moyra Davey
    • Stadium–Chinatown SkyTrain Station

      Stadium-Chinatown Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Counter-Illumination

    • Kapwani Kiwanga
    • BC Hydro Dal Grauer Substation

      944 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Choo Choo Williams at the Harlem Nocturne

    • Deanna Bowen
    • Billboard: Fraser St at 15th Ave (across from Grey Church)

      Fraser St & East 15th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
  • Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation Basketball

    • Alana Paterson
    • Stadium–Chinatown SkyTrain Station

      Stadium-Chinatown Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Signals in the Sea

    • Christina Battle, Eshrat Erfanian, Susan Schuppli
    • Billboards: Arbutus Greenway, between Burrard St & Fir St

      1654 W 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R3, Canada
    • Billboard: E 5th Ave and Quebec St

      E 5th Ave and Quebec St, Vancouver
  • Fraser River Families

    • Diamond Point
    • Canada Line: Richmond–Brighouse Station

      Richmond-Brighouse Station, Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • W-E-L-C-O-M-E to PoCo

    • Evann Siebens
  • Earthbound Mnemonic

    • Krista Belle Stewart
    • BC Hydro Dal Grauer Substation

      944 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada

News

Announcing Lot 20: Stephen Waddell

Snail Seller, 2008 archival pigment print, edition 3 of 3 96.5 x 144.0 cm (unframed) 99.1 x 146.7 cm (framed) Courtesy of the Artist and Monte Clark, Vancouver  Estimate: $8,000—$12,000 Stephen Waddell is known for his images of urban scenes created in Canada and Europe that deliberately exist in a place of ambiguity. He combines … Continued

Announcing Lot 6: Christos Dikeakos

Glue Pour, 1969/2022 archival inkjet print, uneditioned  45.7  x 30.5 cm (unframed) 58.8 x 43.6 cm (framed)  Courtesy of the Artist  Estimate: $800—$1,200 From the late 1960s to the mid ’70s, Christos Dikeakos’s photographic practice played an important role in the development of conceptual photography in Vancouver. His work engages in the memories, histories, and … Continued

Announcing Lot 15: Evann Siebens

Kinda like that Vertigo Poster, 2020 archival inkjet print of hand-cut photographic collage, edition 1 of 5 121.9 x 61.0 cm (unframed) 125.7 x 65.4 cm (framed) Courtesy of the Artist and Wil Aballe Art Projects, Vancouver   Estimate: $4,000—$6,000 Evann Siebens is a multidisciplinary artist who makes media, performance, and photos with movement. Her lens-based … Continued

Announcing Lot 16: Krystle Silverfox

tth’í’ yáw nan (thread beads land) (triptych), 20183 inkjet prints, AP55.9 x 71.1 cm each (unframed)58.7 x 74.0 cm each (framed)Courtesy of the ArtistEstimate: $1,500—$2,500 In tth’í’ yáw nan (thread beads land), Krystle Silverfox overlays photography of the streets of Vancouver with scanned images of beads, which she uses as stand-ins for Indigenous peoples in … Continued

Announcing Lot 7: Marten Elder

pr 70, 2016 pigment print on fibre-based paper, edition 2 of 3 81.3 x 61.0 cm (unframed)  83.8 x 63.5 cm (framed) Courtesy of the Artist and Equinox Gallery, Vancouver  Estimate: $3,000—$4,000 Marten Elder explores the digital and technological elements of image-making to reconsider how light is captured, produced, and perceived. Elder’s images are notable … Continued

Announcing Lot 9: Tom Hsu

Back to Ocean, 2017 archival pigment print, edition 1 of 3 + AP 76.2 x 50.8 cm (unframed) 79.4 x 54.0 cm (framed) Courtesy of the Artist  Estimate: $1,500—$2,000 Tom Hsu’s practice focuses on the observation of spaces and how bodies exist in them. Using a 35mm camera, Hsu approaches his subjects from odd angles, … Continued

Welcome to Capture’s 2022 Benefit Auction!

WELCOME MESSAGE FROM EMMY LEE WALL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Capture is pleased to announce our first major fundraising auction in celebration of our 10 year anniversary in 2023!  Presented in partnership with Heffel, the auction includes 25 lens-based works that reflect the diversity of artists that have participated in Capture over the years, from emerging to … Continued

CAPTURE PHOTOGRAPHY FESTIVAL AWARDS 3RD ANNUAL WRITING PRIZE TO LEO COCAR

Capture Photography Festival is pleased to announce Leo Cocar as the recipient of the third annual Writing Prize. The Capture Writing Prize is a juried award to support emerging writers and broaden the discourse on lens-based art. Cocar’s work will be published in Capture’s annual catalogue which will be released to coincide with the Festival … Continued

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