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Brian Howell : A Survey, 2016
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Brian Howell : A Survey
April 2nd - April 26th, 2016

VANCOUVER, March 19, 2016 – Winsor Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in Capture Photography Festival featuring a survey of Brian Howells photography from the past 25 years.
The exhibition is entitled A Survey, and will run from April 2ndth through April 26th, 2016. An opening reception will be held on Saturday April 2nd, between 2 and 4 pm. Brian Howell will be in attendance.

About Brian Howell
Brian Howell is a Canadian photographer, notable for large scale projects that examine vernacular expressions of shifting societal and personal values. His subjects are drawn from fringe or marginalized communities; people and places resonant with allegorical meanings for an age that seems to Howell to be both broken and blinded. Howell’s photographic series build on a truth-telling mantra of an earlier era of documentarians, though they are given structure and further meaning by a more rigorous contemporary, conceptual framework. This survey exhibition will feature works from a number of Howell’s large-scale projects from the past 25 years.
Brian Howell graduated from Ryerson Polytechnical University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film and Photography. He is the author of two books and his work has been exhibited and published internationally.

About Capture Photography Festival
Vancouver’s first annual city-wide photography festival launches April 1st, 2016. 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.