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Enter ViewPoint's 2024 International Photography Competition

 Display your winning work for one month at ViewPoint Gallery

March exhibits

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Mauro Guglielminotti is a photojournalist and social commentator who lives between Turin and Paris. Among his accomplishments, he has exhibited in Italian, French and Swiss art galleries, collaborated with a range of photography agencies and published books and images in many Italian and European magazines and newspapers. He is also a cofounder of the Italian quarterly magazine “ilReportage”.


“Cities can die. But they can also be reborn. This is what I saw happening in Detroit. Every year, for over twenty-five years, work has called me here. Year by year, I have seen the city change, a music score between crisis and rebirth, a metaphor and a warning for this world in search of a new future.”

                              - Mauro Guglielminotti

March Featured Member - Kim Ottenbrite

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March Fresh Eyes - Alex Macphee

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May 2024


April 2024


April 4-28, 2024


Opening reception: April 4, 6-8pm

Artist talk: April 14, 2-3pm

The Photographic Guild of Nova Scotia is one of the largest photo clubs in the province, as well as the oldest - having just celebrated its 75th anniversary. The collection of prints in GUILDED showcases the diversity of genres, styles, and varied techniques of its talented amateur and professional membership.

To see more of their work and details about PGNS, visit 

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May 2-June 2, 2024

Kathleen Flanagan

Opening reception: May 2, 6-8pm

Artist talk: May 12, 2-3pm

In April 2023, Kathleen Flanagan visited Bogotá, Colombia.   Her exhibit is designed as a photo essay as seen through the eyes of a Canadian tourist, with text and images of a busy, complicated, and beautiful city with a colonial heritage and a dramatic mountainous landscape in an urban setting that is full of complexity and contradictions.      


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Display your winning work for one month at ViewPoint Gallery. This open themed, juried competition is offered internationally. Twelve images are jury selected. Each of the selected images is printed, framed and exhibited on a feature wall at ViewPoint Gallery for one month. For more info:


Saturday,March 2, 2024

10am to Noon

Print reviews are the first Saturday each month.

Print reviews are open to the public! Bring your prints (any size, framed or not) for a review led by a Gallery Member. If you've ever wondered what others think of your work but were too shy to ask or always received the dreaded "It's nice" response, this is your opportunity. We hope to see you there!


IPC Winner

ViewPoint Gallery 2023 International Photography Competition March winner

Since 2013, ViewPoint Gallery has held a competition open to photographers located in any country around the world, with no restrictions on subject matter. The images are reviewed by an independent jury, and the winning 12 photographs are displayed through the year at ViewPoint Gallery.

March 2024 winner

Tori Jane Ostberg (USA)


Artist Statement

From early childhood, seeing a tornado was a strange obsession of mine - and one year, I had the chance to start really chasing big storms in the great plains of the United States after a lifetime of only chasing the summer monsoon season storms in the American southwest. On the first day of my first chase trip, I captured this breathtakingly photogenic tornado in the state of Colorado. It would be rated an EF2, and this photo would go on to take second place in the National Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition in 2016.


Tori Jane Ostberg is a hopelessly obsessed storm chaser and photographer, in that order. Chasing down the meanest weather on the planet has always been what she wanted to do. Every year, she spends weeks living on the road in pursuit of untamed skies, driving thousands of miles wherever the weather leads her throughout the North American great plains. In the summer, she chases the uniquely beautiful monsoon season across her home state of Arizona. Her photos are little pieces of her soul imprinted in pixels, beautiful little pieces of everything she’s ever wanted to do with herself, and everything she’s ever hoped for all rolled into extraordinary and at times extreme imagery. She hopes to share the sublime beauty of severe weather with the world as she sees it: equal parts beautiful, humbling, and frightening, and as much a grand spectacle as a force to be respected and revered.


Price: $580

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