VANCOUVER, September 3, 2013 – Winsor Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in Capture Photography Festival by way of a group exhibition in its West Gallery. The exhibition is entitled Hypnagogic Rhythms, and will run from September 19th through November 2nd, 2013. An opening reception will be held on September 19th, and many of the exhibiting artists will be in attendance. 

An exploration of the space between dreaming and being awake, Hypnagogic Rhythms will feature photography and video work by eight artists: Brian Howell, Bill Anderson, Trig Singer, Paul Wong, Evann Siebens, Dana Claxton, Colin Smith and Cindy Sherman.

According to gallery owner Jennifer Winsor: “Hypnagogic Rhythms explores grids, movement, architecture and the body. Visitors will be entranced with Paul Wong and Evann Siebens’ video works. Then they encounter Brian Howell’s monumental 99 Stars installation juxtaposed by Dana Claxton and Trig Singer’s contemplative black and white photography. Viewing pleasure is further heightened as they discover Colin Smith’s Camera Obscura series, and Bill Anderson’s landscapes that challenge depth, perception and surface. The dynamic work in this exhibition is proof of Vancouver’s critical photography scene. Capture Photography Festival seems to be well on its way towards nationally recognition in its inaugural year. We look forward to visiting several of this year’s exhibitions this autumn.”

About Capture Photography Festival

Vancouver’s first annual city-wide photography festival launches October 1st, 2013. Capture, a not-for-profit festival, and is dedicated to celebrating local and international photography and lens-based art. The festival aims to foster emerging talent, encourage active community participation, and initiate public conversation about photography as an art form, a means of communication, and a mode of cultural documentation and social reflection. Throughout the festival, Capture will feature dynamic, high-profile exhibitions from Vancouver’s leading public and commercial galleries, public realm installations, and a series of community-based photo workshops, tours, artist talks, films, and panel discussions.