Philippe Pradalié

Born in 1938 - France


Philippe Pradalié was born in Avignon in 1938. He lives and works in Paris and in Clermont-l'Hérault.

Prix Paul Ricard, island of Bendor (Bandol)

Laureate of the 2nd Biennale de Paris
Meeting with Alberto Giacometti, jury of the prize, who encourages him to pursue his artistic career

Prix Rene Pous, Collioure

1965 and 1967
Trips to the USA

1968 - 1976
Philippe Pradalié stops painting. During his 3rd trip to the USA in 1970, he shoots in the streets of NY. Back in Paris, he directs films for the ORTF and the INA.
During the viewing of his shoots Rushes from NY at the ORTF, he meets Henri Cartier-Bresson who helps him obtain the help of the Service d’experiemtation du Super 8 pour his first film: Manhattan Express (1970)
Follow: Bastilles (1973) and Une Journee Particuliere (1975)
In 1970, he makes Mer – de a la Peinture
Designs and realises objects and pieces of furniture (Berceau Fleur) some marketed by Roche-Bobis

Discovers a 11th century Cistercian monastic building, listed, and only witness of the 50 barns and wine cellars around the Abbaye de Fontenay (Burgundy)
Works as a paver, plasterer and carpenter

In January 1970, Pierre Restany writes the Manifeste de l’Atelier A. In this adventure, Philippe Pradalié rubs shoulders with 50 artists amongst which Arman, Mark Busse, Lourdes Castro, Cesar, Robert Malaval, Annette Messager, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, Herve Telemaque, Iannis Xenakis, etc.

Philippe Pradalié teaches at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Montpellier. Sent away, as his teaching doesn’t conform to the views of the Ministere de la Culture. Helped by the painter Martin Dieterle, takes up painting again.

Builds his house in a warehouse of which the façade is a remain of the Universel Exhibition of 1889, rue Oberkampf in Paris.

Philippe Pradalié teaches at the Ecole nationale d’art de Dijon.

Read more

Paysage et Figures, Musee Fabre, Montpellier

Galerie Yves Faurie, Sete

Figures, L’Atelier, Paris

Galerie Helene Trintignan, Montpellier

Galerie Jacques Elbaz, Montpellier
Galerie Helene Trintignan, Montpellier

Galerie Jacques Elbaz, Montpellier

Musee Paul Valery, Sete

Mazets, muse des Beax-Arts de Pezenas
Galerie d’Art Contemporain Saint Ravy – Demangel, Montpellier

Atelier de Philippe Pradalie, Paris

Galerie Etienne de Causans, Paris

Musee Fabre, Montpellier

Galerie Entremonde, Paris

Galerie Entremonde, Paris

Galerie Rond Point Elysee, Paris

Read more

Our guarantees

Guaranteed deliveryby specialized carriers
Learn more

Secure payment by credit card or bank transfer
Learn more

Free returnswithin 14 days
Learn more

The best prices Negotiated with our partner galleries
Learn more

our clients

"Artsper gathers the best of art galleries in the world. I can therefore select art pieces from the comfort of my home with total peace of mind."

Sébastien Robineau - Lawyer

"Artsper's advisors helped me pick an artwork and were exceptionally reactive when I followed up on my order.

Vincent Dubois - Fund Manager

"Artsper has the broadest and largest range of accessible contemporary artworks. My painting from Jonone bought on Artsper is a daily delight."

Hubert de Brichambaut - Corporate Director