ViewPoint Gallery is adhering to all COVID-19 protocols as directed by the provincial government. Please see the gallery’s Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram accounts for up-to-date scheduling information.
Thursday - Sunday
Noon - 5pm
Open to the public • Free to attend
Finally, after a nine month delay due to COVID, ViewPoint's 20th Anniversary Exhibition is here!
This special, extensive retrospective exhibition presents an overview of the more than 240 exhibitions ViewPoint Gallery has presented since it first opened in the summer of 2000. Whenever possible, each solo exhibition is represented by a single image and show statement, with the remaining solo, and all the group exhibitions represented by scores of rack cards.
Come take a walk through ViewPoint's history, and help us celebrate two decades of fine art photography.
November 4 - 28, 2021
Opening reception: Thursday, Oct 4, 6-8pm
Artist talk: Sunday, November 21, 2pm
I have been taking photographs at sea on the sailboat Balaena in the Caribbean, North Atlantic and off the Galapagos for the last 11 years. These are part of a record of whale research done far out at sea on a 40 foot sailboat. - Jennifer Modigliani
Saturday, November 6, 2021
11am to noon
The Open Printer Review will have two 1-hour reviews, with a maximum of 4 participants each (participants must be masked, and social distancing will be maintained).
If you wish to participate, please register by e-mailing Eric Boutilier-Brown, and indicating which Print Review you wish to participate in.
ViewPoint Gallery International Photography Competition October 2021
Every year since 2013, ViewPoint Gallery has held an International Photography Competition. Open to photographers located in any country around the world, there are no restrictions on subject matter. The images are reviewed by an independent jury comprised of experienced photographers, and the winning 12 photographs are displayed through the year at ViewPoint Gallery.
My Origin Story
or How did it come to this?
November 18, 2021 7pm
Welcome back to Third Thursdays!
In this talk Roxanne Smith will be speaking about her influences and the development of her now signature style of including herself in her images
“Fenchurch Buildings 161018”
Shot in a midday half-light with a muted colour palette, there appears, at first, to be something sad about this contemporary corporate scene. Identikit businessmen in conveyor belt style pace out in a way that transcends the mundane to make a comical comment on our increasingly designed environment.
At a time when it’s becoming harder to discern what is human and what isn’t, their isolation from each other helps to emphasize an unreal and robotic formality.
Born, Dundee, Scotland
Juror’s Pick, LensCulture Street Photography Awards
Series Winner, PHoS Athens
Finalist, Miami Street Photography Festival
Finalist, Italian Street Photography Festival, Rome
Finalist, Second Prize, Independent Street Photography Awards
Winner, Best Series, Streetfoto’19, San Francisco
Series winner, Street Photography category (non-pro), 13th Pollux Awards
Series Finalist, Aussie Street 2019 International Street Photography Competition, Sydney
Category winner, Neutral Density Awards (Street photography)
Series Finalist, Bangkok Street Photography Festival
Gold award, San Francisco Bay International Photography Awards
Jurors’ Pick, 2019/2020 Chelsea International Photography Competition, New York
First prize, “Street Photography” New York Center for Photographic Arts, New York
Shortlist, 212 Photography Competition, Istanbul
3rd Place Winner, Annual Photography Awards, Street category
Photographic Visions – Winter 2021, PH21 Gallery, Budapest
Member of iN-PUBLiC