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Born: Charles John Page 
Other: Charles J. Page 
Dates:  1946, 1 September -
Born:  Australia, Melbourne
Active:  Global
Website:  www.charlespage.com
 
  
Australian documentary photographer and teacher with a wide range of subjects including the passing of steam locomotion and environmental issues.

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Education
 
2004 PhD. (Publication) Griffith University
1983 Diploma of Teaching (T.A.F.E.), Brisbane College of Advanced Education
1981 Bachelor of Arts (Photography) Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
1976 Diploma of Illustrative Photography Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
 
Employment
 
1992 Lecturer (Photography), Queensland College of Art, Griffith University
1981 Instructor, Queensland College of Art
1974 Photographer, Defense department, Australian Government
1972 Traveling Overseas, Miscellaneous employment
1969 Assistant Photographer, Eric Lang Photography, Melbourne
 
Solo exhibitions
 
2007 Cross Section, Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Bundoora Homestead Art Gallery, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ararat Regional Art Gallery
2007 Left Behind: pictures from a madhouse, Daylesford Foto Biennale
2006 South of Sixty (Antarctica), Benalla Art Gallery, Victoria
2006 Australian Locomotives 1966-1971: Photographs by Charles Page, Ipswich Art Gallery, Queensland
2005 Ipswich x 5: A matter of conscience, Global Arts Link, Ipswich, Qld
2005 Benalla Art Gallery, Victoria
2003 A Legacy of the Revolution: China Steam 1979-2002, Queensland Rail Museum
2003 Visible Traces of Another Life: The photographs of Charles Page 1966-2003, Rockhampton Art Gallery
2002 Passing Trains, Global Arts Link, Ipswich Qld.
2001 Passing Trains - The Photographic Journeys (1964 - 1999), Volvo Gallery, Sydney
2000 Passing Trains, Global Arts Link, Ipswich Qld.
1998 A Troublesome Class of Men, Global Arts Link, Ipswich Qld.
1998 World Disasters Report Exhibition, New Delhi, India
1994 Antarctic Folio, Tasmanian Art Gallery, Hobart
1993 Boggo Road Prison, Second tour of Regional Centres - Queensland Arts Council
1993 The Bomb in the Baby Carriage, McWhirter's Art Space, Brisbane (Supported by Australian Red Cross)
1992 Boggo Road Prison, Tour of Regional Centres - Queensland Arts Council
1992 A Troublesome Class of Men, Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery
1991 Boggo Road Prison, Grahame Galleries, Brisbane
1990 A Troublesome Class of Men, City of Ipswich Regional Art Gallery, Ipswich
1990 A Troublesome Class of Men, Energy and Resource Centre, Brisbane
1988 Retrospective, Graham Galleries, Brisbane
1986 Commentaries, Imagery Gallery, Brisbane
1985 Intrusions, Noosa Art Gallery, Noosa (12 month tour of Regional Centres - Queensland Art Council)
1984 Intrusions, Queensland College of Art Gallery, Brisbane
1984 Intrusions, Perc. Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville
1983 Alternatives, Imagery Gallery, Brisbane
 
Selected group exhibitions
 
2007 Focus on Women, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2006 Enigmatic, Shandong University Gallery, China
2006 Hell bent for the South Pole, Tasmanian Art Gallery and Museum
2005 Landscape and Cityscape, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2004 Ice and Snow - Antarctic to Mt Everest, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2004 Antarctic Exhibition (Fram Museum - Norway, Australian Embassy, Denmark)
2004 Australian photography 1928-2004 Director's Choice, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2003-2004 How We Live, Queensland Art Gallery (13 Asia-Pacific Artists)
2003 Impressions of Antarctica, Parliament House, Canberra
2001 Local Color - Local Lives, Cairns Regional Gallery
2001 Centenary of Federation Exhibition
2001 Contrasts and Comparisons, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, NSW
2000 The Night has a Thousand Eyes Global Arts Link, Ipswich, Qld
2000 Austcare, Australians caring for Refugees Queensland Museum
2000 The Art of Inclusion Queensland Art Gallery
1999-2000 SITE, Gallery 6 Parliament House, Canberra (Images from the New Parliament House Project)
1999 The Art of Inclusion, Queensland Art Gallery traveling exhibition (Shown at: Queensland Art Gallery, Cairns Regional Gallery, Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Gladstone Regional Art Museum, Winton Art Gallery, Logan Art Gallery)
1999 The Nude - Revisiting the Tradition through the Queensland Art Gallery collection, Queensland Art Gallery
1999 Pride of Place Global Arts Link and Ipswich Arts Foundation, Ipswich Qld
1997 Outlaw Landmines, Exhibition traveled to NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA and ACT
1997 Outlaw Landmines, University of Melbourne
1996 The Power to Move, Queensland Art Gallery
1996 Anti Land Mine Campaign, United Nations, Geneva
1996 Outlaw Landmines, Sydney Opera House (Curated by the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and the International Committee of Red Cross)
1996 Landmine Photographic Exhibition, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
1995 A Hostile Environment, Ipswich Regional Art Gallery
1992 Journeys North, Queensland Art Gallery
1992 Journeys North, Regional Tour - Queensland Art Gallery. (Shown at: Dalby Regional Gallery, Toowoomba Art Gallery, Charleville District Cultural Centre, Longreach Cultural Centre, Springsure Art Gallery, Mirani Museum Gallery, Far North Queensland Regional Library, Cooktown School of Art Society Gallery, Johnstone Shire Library, John Flynn Place, Gladstone Art Gallery and Museum, Warwick Regional Art Gallery, Stanthorpe Art Gallery, Childers Regional Gallery, Bundaberg Art Gallery, Moranbah Civic Centre, Tweed River Regional Art Gallery)
1992 Outside Looking In - Photographs and Our World, Queensland Art Gallery
1991 Queensland State of the Art - Photography, Queensland Art Gallery (Sponsored by Kodak)
1991 The Nude in Photography (1860-1991), Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney
1991 Art in Queensland, Queensland Art Gallery
1990 Townsville Art Award, Invitational Exhibition, Perc. Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville
1989 Art in Queensland (2nd Exhibition), Queensland Art Gallery
1989 Shot from Down Under, Daicolo Gallery, Osaka, Japan (Supported by Kodak and Continental Airlines)
1989 Shot from Down Under, Kodak Photo Salon, Tokyo, Japan (Supported by Kodak and Continental Airlines)
1989 Shot from Down Under, Kodak Photo Salon, Nagoya, Japan (Supported by Kodak and Continental Airlines)
1989 World Photographic Exhibition, World Design Exposition, Nagoya, Japan
1989 World Photographic Exhibition, Kodak Photo Salon, Tokyo, Japan
1988 Journeys North, Queensland Art Gallery
1988 Kodak Arakuen Tourist Images, Brisbane, Alice Springs, Sydney
1988 Brisbane River Art Exhibition (Brisbane River Committee), Riverside Centre, Brisbane
1988 Art in Queensland, Queensland Art Gallery
1987 Constructed Images - Photographs of the New Parliament House, Australian National Gallery, Canberra
1985 Déjà vu, Imagery Gallery, Brisbane
1984 Self Titled, Queensland College of Art Gallery
1981 Self titled, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
 
Publications
 
Visible Traces of Another Life: the photography of Charles John Page
Cross Section: The Documentary photography of Charles Page
The Crystal Desert: Antarctic Photographs by Charles J. Page (monograph)
 
Public collections
 
AusAid, Canberra
Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart, Tasmania
Australian Antarctic Division, Mawson Base, Antarctic
Australian Parliament House, Canberra
Australian Red Cross, Melbourne
Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, Victoria
Benalla Art Gallery, Victoria
Brisbane City Council
Cairns Regional Gallery, Queensland
City of Ipswich Art Gallery, Ipswich, Qld.
City of Townsville (Perc. Tucker) Gallery, Townsville, Qld.
Commonwealth Law Courts, Brisbane
Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale, Victoria
Horsham Regional Art Gallery
International Committee of Red Cross, Geneva, Switzerland
Museum of Brisbane
Museum of Queensland
National Library of Australia
Northern Territory Government
Queensland Art Gallery
Rockhampton Regional Art Gallery
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery  
  
 

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