Philippe De Gobert begins by constructing the model of a place either imagined or inspired by an existing space, often an artist’s workshop or an emblematic piece of architecture. He tends to choose sober, spartan and luminous interiors. The model is then placed on a stand in the studio to be lit in the same way as one would light a cinema set. Following the rules of architecture photography, he produces an image which is then printed in large format in black and white. Philippe De Gobert: Ateliers( workshop) is the artist’s first solo exhibition with Galerie Alice Mogabgab. The...
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