About

Philip LePage (1995 BA Art History) was born in 1969 in Northern Canada but left in 1995 and remained in Europe and Asia for 13 years. He currently lives on Prince Edward Island, Canada.

Photography for Philip LePage is very centered on the contradictions inherent in ideas of home, identity and belonging. He thinks of photography as a journey between two worlds. A middle ground that separates and joins at the same time, a liminal space. 

Curriculum Vitae:

Education:

University of British Columbia, Bachelor of Arts, Art History, 1995

Langara College, Fine Arts, University Transfer Program, 1992

Exhibitions:

Photopolis, VANS Corridor Gallery Group Show, Connection October 3rd - 31st 2017
Exhibition curator: Lynn Ellis

In Print:

"A Certain Distance" Propeller Magazine, December 2017

"A Certain Distance", Hariban Award 2017 Anthology, February 2018

Shift, Loosen Art Gallery, November 2017

Online:

Der Greif Guestroom: Susan Bright, Traces, 2017

A Certain Distance, Featured on Phosmag, 2017

"Still", Featured on Dodho Magazine, 2017

A Certain Distance”, Featured on LensCulture Magazine, 2017

Surfacing”, Featured on Dodho Magazine, 2017

A Certain Distance”, Featured on Dodho Magazine, 2016

Contact

Philip is available for assignments worldwide. Contact him below or through the Blink network.

Awards:

A Certain Distance, Honorable Mention, Hariban Award, 2017

A Certain Distance, Honorable Mention, Monovisions, 2017

Still, Honorable Mention, Monovisions, 2017

In Parentheses, Honorable Mention, Monovisions, 2017

A Certain Distance, Honorable Mention, PDN Exposure Awards, 2016

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