Julio Etchart exhibiting at Rich Mix in London
Julio Etchart followed the trail of two of George Orwell’s great books: ‘Burmese Days’ and ‘Homage to Catalonia’, combining images of the original locations in Burma/Myanmar and Spain, with excerpts from his writings, in a unique exhibition to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Orwell’s death.
On Monday, 20th January, Julio will give a conducted tour around the exhibition followed by a screening of Michael Radford’s film 1984 and a panel discussion with Vanessa Baird, co-editor of the New Internationalist magazine and Dr. David Bate, Professor of Photography at the University of Westminster School of Arts.
The train station in Katha, where Orwell’s ‘Burmese Days’ was set, Burma, Myanmar. © Julio Etchart/Panos Pictures
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