Landscape documentary photographer Richard Page will discuss his ongoing project ‘The Dialogue of the Dogs’. Page will be talking about his travels around La Mancha, Spain documenting a land shaped by history
The work offers a social commentary on modern day Spain by using Cervantes as an inspiration for his travels, touching upon themes of power, illusion and truth.
Post talk drinks, Q+A, networking, collaborating and socialising amongst fellow creatives.
Richard Page is a photographic artist based in Manchester and is currently Programme Leader of BA (Hons) Photography at Manchester Metropolitan University. He received the Jerwood Photography Award in 2004 and his artist’s monograph What We Already Know was published by Ffotogallery in 2007. Employing a variety of approaches, his work considers how space is implicitly bound up with history, memory, and our psychological relationship with place. Richard has exhibited widely thoughout the UK and abroad, including shows in London, Cardiff and Germany. Most recently his work featured in Diffusion: The Cardiff International Festival of Photography for which he curated and edited the exhibition and publication From Common Differences. His work was included in JAP Alexander's Perspectives on Place (2015) and has been published in Portfolio magazine, the Guardian, Source, Art Review, Artists Newsletter and Royal Academy magazines. Richard is currently working on a project in Spain, The Dialogue Of The Dogs, which was exhibited at the Francesca Maffeo Gallery in 2017.