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Philippe Ramette

Philippe Ramette

France • Born in: 1961

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Philippe Ramette was born in 1961 in Auxerre. He currently lives and works in Paris.

Sculpture was the starting point of his career and lead him to a reflection that allowed him to project himself beyond reality as we conceive it. His sculptures also play an essential role in the conception of his photographs. Without any editing and retouching, only with the help of sculptural props, he puts himself in improbable and absurd situations. In these images, he defies gravity and even reason in order to correct human inadequacies and limitations.

Philippe Ramette challenges our imagination and invites us to envision new possibilities through his works that are both dreamlike and funny. He explores the memory of a past familiar to us, a common memory, in a sweet melancholic state.

His works are held in major public collections: the collection of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Marseille, several FRACs and the MAC/VAL in Vitry-sur-Seine (close to Paris).

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Our recommendations Philippe Ramette, Exploration rationnelle des fonds sous-marins: la carte, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Exploration rationnelle des fonds sous-marins: la carte, 2006 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Rupture de pesanteur, Fine Art Drawings

Philippe Ramette

Rupture de pesanteur, 2015 24 x 32 cm Fine Art Drawings

$2,408

Our recommendations Philippe Ramette, Sans titre, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre, 2015 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Our recommendations Philippe Ramette, Exploration rationnelle des fonds sous-marins: promenade irrationnelle, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Exploration rationnelle des fonds sous-marins: promenade irrationnelle, 2006 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Our recommendations Philippe Ramette, Promenade irrationnelle, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Promenade irrationnelle, 2003 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Sans titre, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre, 2015 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Sans titre, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre, 2003 150 x 120 cm Photography

$19,896

Philippe Ramette, Sans titre, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre, 2015 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Eloge du pas de côté, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Eloge du pas de côté, 2018 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Contemplation Irrationnelle, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Contemplation Irrationnelle, 2005 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Sans titre (Deauville), Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre (Deauville), 2014 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Sans titre (Deauville), Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre (Deauville), 2014 100 x 80 cm Photography

$11,100

Philippe Ramette, Sans titre, Photography

Philippe Ramette

Sans titre, 2015 100 x 125 cm Photography

$13,299

Philippe Ramette, Monument en l’honneur de ceux qui se sont toujours trompés de direction, Fine Art Drawings

Philippe Ramette

Monument en l’honneur de ceux qui se sont toujours trompés de direction, 2015 32 x 24 cm Fine Art Drawings

$2,408

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Who is the artist?

Philippe Ramette was born in 1961 in Auxerre. He currently lives and works in Paris.

Sculpture was the starting point of his career and lead him to a reflection that allowed him to project himself beyond reality as we conceive it. His sculptures also play an essential role in the conception of his photographs. Without any editing and retouching, only with the help of sculptural props, he puts himself in improbable and absurd situations. In these images, he defies gravity and even reason in order to correct human inadequacies and limitations.

Philippe Ramette challenges our imagination and invites us to envision new possibilities through his works that are both dreamlike and funny. He explores the memory of a past familiar to us, a common memory, in a sweet melancholic state.

His works are held in major public collections: the collection of the Maison Européenne de la Photographie, the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Musée d'Art Contemporain de Marseille, several FRACs and the MAC/VAL in Vitry-sur-Seine (close to Paris).

What is Philippe Ramette’s artistic movement?

The artistic movements of the artists are: Fantastic settings

When was Philippe Ramette born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1961