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Phil Skolle Full Green, 2014

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  • Medium

    Photography : digital

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    27.6 x 41.3 x 1.2 inch

  • Support

    Photography on Diasec

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Unique work

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Signed artwork

  • Offered by the gallery

    galerie bruno massa
    Paris - France

  • About the artwork

    Artwork sold in perfect condition

    France, 2014, digital.
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Phil Skolle

France Born in: 1956

Philippe Skolle was born in 1956. He is the grandson of the American painter and ethnographer John Skolle. The Skolle share a common personal history with American photographer Walker Evans.

His work in photography focuses mainly on light. Since 1979 he has worked in publishing, fashion and advertising; and he exhibits in Paris - including a slide show on the big screen at the Forum des Halles - as well as in the provinces. In 1983 he was 1st Prize of the "Visual" Competition and in 2013 winner of the Picto Competition. He is the author of a photography book, Writing with Light and a member of the World Photography Organization.

In the field of cinemail works as a screenwriter. In 1998, his script Hoaxer was selected for the Fade-In ScreenwritingAwards in Hollywood.

As an author, he published a pamphlet in 1987, You make me cry !, selected for the Grand Prix de l'Insolence and in 1996 a novel, Tiburón. In 1996 and 2006, he received the Pégase Prize for New Literary and the Coast Writers Prize for his short stories, Sunshine Bitter and Le howl des pierre. In 2017 he published a pamphlet on the use of the English and French languages, Waow, mediated by a rap clip. He is currently completing a short story series, Freak Waves.


"Writing with light" is the initial meaning of the word "photography" - and it is the path that I have been following since my beginnings in photography at the age of 19.

On all continents, I capture the light.

My images are often accidental, a gift

of nature, a chance encounter between an illuminated graphic place and my watchful eye.

I am not trying to convey a concept here,

but an image out of time where the gaze can venture, undoubtedly to ward off obscurities and ugliness

of the world.

Few elements, nothing that confuses the senses,

it's all in the mystery of the lighting.

I just offer the pleasure of seeing and immersing yourself

in a bath of shadows, contrasts and colors.

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Phil Skolle, Full Green
Phil Skolle, Full Green