Jessica Eaton, DG Weave, (mock-up installation view) 2015. A Capture public installation on the Dal Grauer Substation. Photograph by Nelson Mouëlllic
Starting tonight and running throughout April and May the Capture Photography Festival is happening at various venues in Vancouver. Showcasing a range of photographers with over 100 exhibitions as well as public-art installations, panels, workshops and films.
The festival aims to foster emerging talent, encourage active community participation, and initiate public conversation about photography as an art form, as a means of communication, and as a mode of cultural documentation and social reflection. Each April, Capture features dynamic, high-profile exhibitions from Vancouver’s leading public and commercial galleries, public installations, and a series of community-based photo workshops, tours, artist talks, films, and panel discussions.
Check out their website for the the list of participating photographers, the various events and venues and to create your itinerary!
Tonight is the launch party and the launch of the exhibition Images That Speak at Satellite Gallery (560 Seymour Street), starting at 7:30pm.
Allen Ginsberg, Sandro Chia, his apartment studio on West 24th Street, 1985.
From the exhibition We Are Continuously Exposed to the Flashbulb of Death. The photographs of Allen Ginsberg 1953-1996. At Presentation House until April 5th
Eugène Atget, Boulevard de Strasbourg, Corsets, Paris, 1912. Printed 1930s by Berenice Abbott. From Pictured Windows at Equinox Gallery.
Karin Bubaš, Sculpted Log, 2014. From Paper Forest at Monte Clark Gallery.
Eden Veaudry, video still from Journey Around My Room, 2014. From Field Studies: Exercise in a Living Landscape at Access Gallery. From April 10th to May 23rd.