Philippe BLACHE

Born in Toulouse France in September 1948. He started photographing in 1971. During the "Rencontres Internationales de la photographie d'Arles", he eagerly followed Ansel Adams teaching on the "zone system". He attended all the workshops of the "Rencontres Internationales de la photographie d'Arles", where he learned from his masters: Sudre, Denis Brihat, Charles Harbutt who was at that time head of Magnum New York, Ralph Gibson and Ansel Adams, with whom he will always keep in touch.

His vision on Timeless Forms Photography is situated between the European Joseph Sudek and the American from the West coast Ed. Weston and the New Yorker Ralph Gibson.

He came to Paris in 1975 and worked for a while in the National Archives. Then, he left for the United States and could thus see again Ansel Adams in Carmel. (...)

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