Phillipe Ramette Photography Exhibition | Now – June 16 2012
Born in France, Phillipe Ramette is a sculptor and photographer born in the 60s. Phillipe creates objects that tell a story of the creative process. He’s credited for the popular ‘Point de vue’, an installation that got rave reviews when it was put on show in 1989. He then focused on photography, which he has continued doing till now.
He has dedicated his life to exploring different perspectives of art and life and feels that being able to capture moments in his camera is an irreplaceable feeling of joy and he aims to add to his already burgeoning repertoire of photography.
Asked about his ideal life, Phillipe said, “leaning on a balcony over looking the beautiful Hong Kong bay.” Well traveled and exposed to a lot of cultures, Phillipe’s answer is a reflection of how relaxed an individual he is and this translates into his photography. His work depicts a soothing and reflective world captured vividly and brought alive by the beholder.
The French Cultural institute have teamed up with Phillipe to share his work with the capitals public and is hoping that he finds magic in the hustle and bustle of this great city resulting in images that tell a story of Jakarta and Indonesia to the world. Taman Menteng. Jakarta