Galerie Bruno Massa

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office

12, rue Vivienne
75002 Paris, France

mob.: +33 (0) 6 61 00 10 33
via Viber & WhatsApp

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gallery

43 I. Abashidze Street, Vake
Tblisi, 0100, Georgia

mob.: +995 599 073 886

161-12, 1F, Samsung Dong
Gangnam, Seoul
South Korea

mob.: +33 (0) 6 61 00 10 33
via Viber & WhatsApp

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storage

unit 713 510-520 West 21st Street New York City, NY 10011, USA

mob.: +1 917 243 9430
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email

contact@galeriebrunomassa.com

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mentions légales

SIRET: 518 764 790 000 29
TVA: CEE FR 95 518 764 790
Maison des Artistes: 1398939

© 2020

PHIL SKOLLE (FRA)


Born in 1956, Saint Etienne, France
Lives and works in La Rochelle & Paris, France


Phil Skolle is the American painter and ethnographer John Skolle’s grandson. The Skolles share a common personal history with the American photographer Walker Evans, told in many publications and kept in the archives of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His work in photography focuses mostly on light. He has worked in fashion, publishing and advertising – and he had several exhibitions in Paris, one of which was a wide-screen slide-show at Forum des Halles. In 1983, he was awarded first prize in the Visuel Contest and he was also a prize winner in the Picto Contest in 2013. He is the author of a photography book, Writing with Light, and a member of the World Photography Organization. He is currently working on a series of satirical and controversial pictures far from his usual aesthetic creation, but continues “hunting light”. In the field of film-making he works as a screenwriter. ln 1998, his script Hoaxer was nominated for the Fade-In Screenwriting Awards in Hollywood. As an author, he had a lampoon published in 1987, Vous me faites pleurire !, shortlisted for the Grand Prix de l’Insolence, and a novel in 1996, Tiburón. His short stories Soleil Amer and Le hurlement des pierres were awarded the Prix Pégase de la Nouvelle Littéraire and Prix des Écrivains de la Côte in 1996 and 2006. He is currently completing a novel, Seriland, and a series of short-stories, Freak Waves.


Selected Exhibitions

2017 We Can Control Space, galerie bruno massa, New York City, USA
2015 Art3F, Luxembourg, Luxembourg
2014 Art3F, Nice, France
2013 Arts Atlantic, La Rochelle, France
2013 Galerie Espace Porte Maubec, La Rochelle, France
1992 Hôtel Altéa, Tours, France
1980 Forum des Halles, Paris, France
1979 Studio Ethel, Paris, France



White Sands 2
1991
photography on fine art paper
100 x 153 cm - 39,4 x 60,2 in



White Sands 1
1991
photography on fine art paper
70 x 105 cm - 27,5 x 41,3 in



Clean & Cold
2014
photography on fine art paper
70 x 105 cm - 27,5 x 41,3 in



Yellone
2014
photography on fine art paper
70 x 105 cm - 27,5 x 41,3 in