The Exposure Photography Festival was established in 2004 to encourage the participation in, examination of, and appreciation for the medium of photography. It is dedicated to engaging multiple audiences’ interests in photography including beginners, amateurs and professionals through participation in, and access to dialogue about photography as a rich art form.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 6 1-4 pm Artist Talk at 2 pm
This mini-survey of Leesa Streifler's photo-based work corresponds with the Exposure Photography Festival and marks Streifler’s first major exhibition in a commercial gallery.
Image: Leesa Streifler, "Contained: Candy Apple Pin-up," 2003, digital C-print, 40” x 32”
Feb 4, 2016 – Mar 19, 2016
Opening Reception Saturday, January 301-4 p.m.
An analysis of fire escapes is the theme for this series, where Dean gives definition to foreground and background in a compression of details and texture that assemble into these façades and divide themselves into repetitions.
Image: John Dean, "NYC Westside 4", 2015, photograph/archival inks on paper, 22.5” x 34”
Jan 28, 2016 – Feb 13, 2016
"Herein We Dwell: Unexpected Images of Calgary in the 1890s"
A photography exhibit guest curated by educator, editor and writer Peter Duthie, featuring little-seen historical images of the early neighborhoods and people of Calgary during the 1890s.
Opening Reception: February 5th, 2016, 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Feb 3, 2016 – May 29, 2016
With the photograph at the core, “Perception” will explore artwork that is manipulated in many fashions: by way of hand with a selection of media, where photography becomes mixed with wax, paint or Plexiglas.
Image: Stuart McCall - "Pink Barrel"
Feb 6, 2016 – Mar 19, 2016
Diane Landry Exhibition
Barbara Edwards Contemporary, Calgary presents a selection of Diane Landry's works including "Solo Knight II", a kinetic sculpture created from repurposed common household objects and materials such as water bottles and mineral oil.
Photo credit: Diane Landry - "Exaustian Cloudy 2014"
Jan 15, 2016 – Feb 27, 2016
Wine and Cheese Friday, Feb 5, 20165 - 8 pm (RSVP by Feb 2)
Open house Sunday, Feb 21, 201611 am - 4 pm (RSVP by Feb 18)
The Foothills Camera Club is showcasing the work of its members through the month of February. With nearly 100 images on display and 26 participants, this gallery will be something to see!
Jan 30, 2016 – Feb 28, 2016
AG2 & Badlands: A Geography of Metaphors
AG2 features photographs from our own back yard, the Western Provinces of Canada. Badlands features beautiful colourful images focusing on mystical hoodoos and vast open prairies.
Opening Reception:Saturday, January 30, 20162-4pm.
Image: Ken Delgarno - "Drum Stone Diaries"
Jan 30, 2016 – Mar 5, 2016
The Maple Leaf Collection
Depicting Canadian places and people as photographed and printed by Harry Palmer. This wonderful exhibition is a true legacy and is designed to be a traveling show.
Image: Harry Palmer - "Olympic Saddledome 1983"
Jan 30, 2016 – Feb 13, 2016
10201 Bear Street (PO Box 1570), Banff, Alberta T1L 1B5
"Dualities" is a two-person feature that highlights Steven Nederveen and Dieter Schlatter. Both artists augment their photography with painting creating dreamy and dramatic fantastical landscapes.
Feb 6, 2016 – Feb 29, 2016
Midtowne Gallery invites you to view a unique exhibition of landscape photography, featuring three Alberta photographers Natasha Ivanco, Jacques Rioux and Lynn Webber.
Opening Reception:Saturday, February 6, 20162-6 p.m.Free event
Image: Natasha Ivanco “Glacier Park, Montana, USA” IR photograph, with false colour.
Feb 6, 2016 – Feb 27, 2016
A Point of View by Annette Wichmann
Evening gala:Thursday, Feb. 46-9 p.m.Open: Tues - Sat. - 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Sun 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Annette Wichmann shares her "Point of View" with the aid of her best friend - a macro lens. Colours, textures and abstraction abound in these dramatic images.
Image: Annette Wichmann
Feb 2, 2016 – Feb 27, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 30, 2016
Museum Members at 6 p.m., General Opening at 7 p.m.
Join Calgary born and self-taught photographer Jeremy Fokkens as he reveals only the start of his five-year photographic project, travelling across all ten provinces and three territories in search of Canadians residing in places very few have visited let alone even heard of.
Image: Jeremy Fokkens, "John Reynolds, Val Marie, Saskatchewan, 2014"
Jan 30, 2016 – Mar 27, 2016
Opening Reception:February 5, 20165:30 - 8 p.m.
Inglewood Fine Arts is proud to present the work of these gifted photographers in PULSE. Four separate styles and practices are brought together to form a single beat. Join us for this fascinating exhibition of contemporary photography and get a sense of what is at the heart of their unique styles.
Feb 2, 2016 – Feb 28, 2016
“Crossing Cultures” – Three Points of Departure
"Crossing Cultures" - Three Points of Departure is a three person exhibition featuring Anne Tapler White, Malcolm Tubb and Kathleen Davies.
Opening Reception:Thursday, February 45-9 p.m.
Image: Kathleen Davies – "The Street Shave"
Feb 4, 2016 – Feb 27, 2016
*Exposure curated event
(Cost by donation: min $5)
Participating Photographers:Andreas RutkauskasTyler Los Jones
Image: Tyler Los Jones, "We saw the reflected, inverted image of our own age, #10 (2014)", image courtesy Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre
Feb 1, 2016
17207 8 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 1B7
International Street Photography Project
In this, the fourth year of their joint, international street photography project, Julie Vincent and Chris Tait travelled to Paris, where they spent a week observing life in that city.
Feb 2, 2016 – Mar 27, 2016
Bill Anderson - Recent Work
Opening:Thursday, February 117 - 9 pm
A selection of Vancouver-based photographer Bill Anderson's recent work on display until March 1. After spending twenty-five years exploring traditional large format photography and alternative printmaking techniques, including Gum Bichromate, Cyanotype, and Platinum, Bill has leveraged the considerable interpretive potential of digital acquisition to realize this portfolio of colour work.
Feb 11, 2016 – Mar 1, 2016