CAPIC Xposé 2020 has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
***EXTENDED DEADLINE: Friday, March 6th, 2020***
The Canadian Association of Professional Image Creators (CAPIC) is delighted to announce the call for entries for the annual Xposé exhibition! Xposé is a curated photography exhibition open to all professional photographers. CAPIC Xposé also includes a juried component open to all photographers selected to be in the exhibition with prizes to be won from our incredible sponsors!
Curator Bob Carnie will review all submissions to Xposé 2020 and select which works will be included in the exhibition. Photographers whose works are selected to be included in the exhibition will then be invited to submit a series of JPEGs of photographs (5 to 10), related to their selected work(s). This “Series” will then be judged online by a panel of fine art photography professionals. The two winners of the judged portion will be announced during the opening night exhibition of Xposé 2020!
Xposé 2020 will be mounted as part of the larger CAPIC Exhibition 2020, which includes two other exciting annual art shows put on to showcase the work of the CAPIC community, both emerging and established.
CAPIC welcomes back Bob Carnie as the curator for Xposé 2020. Bob is the owner of Alternative Photo Services in Toronto. With over 40 years in the industry, Bob maintains an international reputation for printing traditional and digital fine art for photographers, galleries, and museums. His passion for working with images and his dedication to supporting the photographer’s vision through his printing lend strongly to his curatorial practice.
Please submit all images to email@example.com with the subject line “Xposé 2020”. In the body of the email please include: Your name, phone number, website, and title of photograph(s). Your image(s) should be 1200 pixels @72 dpi on the longest size, in JPEG format, and sRGB colour space.
We welcome photographic works of all subject matters, concepts, and aesthetic styles.
Alternative Photo Services is offering ten 16×20″ ink on paper prints in custom 20×24″ cotton rag presentation matts!
Alternative Photo Services is a full service photographic lab that specializes in various forms of printmaking such as silver gelatin, platinum palladium and gum bichromate. Printer and owner Bob Carnie has over 40 years experience producing work for photographers, galleries and museums.
B3K Digital is offering a weekend equipment rental package!
B3K Digital is the premier source for complete photography, studio lighting and cultural heritage solutions in Canada. B3K delivers rentals, support, repairs, training, consulting, installation, inspiration and exceptional equipment with one of the most experienced teams in the industry. firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell Monk is a curious fellow; some might say just plain “curious”. It is that sense of curiosity and love for the unusual and the offbeat that has inspired and driven him to make photographs, with an empathetic and hopefully honest eye, all over the globe, for the last thirty plus years. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times, GQ, Esquire, the London Sunday Times and Time. He covered the humanitarian crisis in Rwanda and Zaire for the Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper. Whilst working for Greenpeace he spent over a month on the Amazon. His commercial clients have included Apple, Samsung and Time Warner, to name just a few. And he has photographed all over Cuba for their worldwide advertising campaign. He has won countless awards and been featured in photo annuals and magazines, including Communication Arts, PDN and Italian Zoom and he has also won a national magazine award for his travel writing. He published a limited edition book, Amusing World, with images from over twenty countries and has had a number of solo exhibitions in North America and Mexico. His current personal projects include “Noches de Habana”, photographs of Havana at night, and a series depicting the lives of Mexican “roof dogs”. Russell currently lives between the historic town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, a country with which he feels a strong affinity, and the great city of Toronto. Whilst his Spanish is improving, his Salsa moves not so much. He wishes he liked hockey a bit more.
Exhibiting Artist + Curator and Director of Alison Milne Gallery
Anthea Baxter-Page (1976) has been surrounded by artists since her earliest memories. With a BA in Cultural Studies at McGill University, and a wide-eyed appreciation for the world, she traveled abroad regularly, camera in hand. Upon her return to Toronto, Anthea began her career as an exhibiting artist in 2006. Her passion for photography is equal only to her love for travel, and the two have irrevocably fused. Anthea’s introduction into the local art market was in 2008 with the launch of Oliver Gordon Gallery, an exhibition space in Toronto for fine art stock imagery from an international roster of talent. In 2010, she joined forces with Interior Designer Alison Milne to grow her contemporary art gallery, Alison Milne Gallery, of which Anthea is the Director and Curator. Collectors of Anthea’s work include editors, authors, agents, art directors, media executives and other creative people with good taste.
CAPIC Members & Affiliated International Photographic Associations (PPOC, APA, ASMP, AOP, GNPP): First image $25 + HST | $10 + HST for each additional image
Non-Members: First image $35 + HST | $20 + HST for each additional image
PayPal & E-transfer | Send your payment to email@example.com
Cheque | make out to “CAPIC Toronto Chapter” and mail to: Elaine Kilburn, Toronto Treasurer. Suite 207-55 Hendrick Avenue. Toronto, ON. M6G 3S4
CAPIC Members & Affiliated International Photographic Associations (PPOC, APA, ASMP, AOP, GNPP)
Prints up to 24” x 36” | $100 + HST
Prints up to 30” x 48” | $175 + HST
Prints up to 44” x 60” | $275 + HST
Prints up to 24” x 36” | $175 + HST
Prints up to 30” x 48” | $275 + HST
Prints up to 44” x 60” | $375 + HST (Maximum Size)
Calendar of Dates
Submissions Open: Friday, December 6th, 2019.
Submissions Close: Friday, February 28th, 2020.
Selected Works Announced: Friday, March 13th, 2020.
Juried series Deadline for selected Submissions: Friday, March 27th, 2020.
Opening Night: Thursday, May 21st, 2020 from 6pm – 10pm.
Exhibition Dates: Friday, May 22nd to Sunday, May 31st, 2020.
The Todmorden Papermill Gallery, 67 Pottery Road, Toronto, ON M4K 2B9
For more information on Xposé 2020 please contact exhibition coordinator Sasha Sobrino at firstname.lastname@example.org.