See photographs that capture the built environment south of the Fraser River.

Date & Time

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Address

Surrey Art Gallery - 13750 88 Ave

Tickets & Pricing

Free

This juried exhibit, presented by Surrey Photography Club, invited members of the public to explore the places we live, work, and play in. The selected works convey the variety of built spaces in our region, as well as the breadth of techniques that local photographers use.

Visitors will see iconic structures of the Fraser Valley, such as the SkyBridge or the recently damaged White Rock pier. Some images present a slice of Surrey’s history, such as decaying barns, homes, and malls. Other works focus on the contemporary glass and steel constructions in Central Surrey. Yet more significant is the way each photographer lends their creative eye to their subject.

Many of the submissions show familiar scenes in a different light. The exhibiting photographers capture extraordinary details in our suburban and urban landscapes, abstracting them to the point of unrecognizability or emphasizing the connections between different shapes and forms.

Hours
Monday
9am-5pm

Tuesday-Thursday
9am-9pm

Friday
9am-5pm

Saturday
10am-5pm

Closed Sundays and holidays

 

About Surrey Photography Club

Surrey Photography Club was formed in 2006 and currently has 33 active members—professional and amateur—from Surrey and Delta who have successfully participated in local, national, and international competitions. They meet at St Helen’s Church Hall (108 Ave and 128 St) in Surrey at 7pm on the second and fourth Monday of each month.