Clement Page, was born in Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom, and moved to London in 1990 where his formative experience as an artist took shape.
In early 90’s London as well as making his own work, Clement founded a studio complex in an abandoned hat factory in Bethnal Green, curated artist led exhibitions, wrote and published art criticism and gave artist lectures at Tate gallery, Sotheby’s, Goldsmiths and Ruskin school of art.
In 1996 Clement moved to New York City where he witnessed the emergence of the Chelsea gallery district and had a studio on the bowery.
In 2006 he moved to Berlin and now lives between Berlin and Bristol in the UK. Clement works with painting, film, and installation.

Currently Clement is working on a monograph of his work with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Sacha Carddock, to be published in 2023. His recent ‘mirror paintings’ will be exhibited at HSBC gallery London and
Santa Lucia galerie, Berlin in the coming year.

His films from the Goetz Media Art collection, Munich have been shown at Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich Germanyand Haus der Kunst, Munich Germany. and The Freud Museum, London.