- Guéridon / Side table T133, XXIe
- L022 Lampe / Table Lamp (Lune), XXIe
- L022 Lampe / Table Lamp (Soleil), XXIe
- L058 Paire d'appliques / Pair of sconces, XXIe
- Sculpture Table T005, XXIe
- Sculpture Table T093, XXIe
- Suspension L001 / Chandelier L001, XXIe
- Suspension L008 / Chandelier L008, XXIe
- Suspension L016/ Chandelier L016, XXIe
- Suspension L034 / Chandelier L034, XXIe
- Suspension L081 / Chandelier L081, XXIe
- Table Sculpture T001, XXIe
- L022 Lampe / Table Lamp
- Suspension L276 / Chandelier L276
- L073 Lampadaire / Floor Lamp
- L075 Lampadaire / Floor Lamp, XXIe
- Lanterne, 1992
- M092 Banc / Bench
- T127 Console, XXIe
- M091 Méridenne / Bench
- Sculpture en Bois / Wood Sculpture , 2012
- Sculpture F020 / Sculpture model F020, 2005
- Chenets / Andirons (D004), XXIe
- F003 Sculpture en bronze / Bronze Sculpture , 2002
- M042 Tabouret / Stool
- «La Méditerranée», 2002
- Sculpture F098 "Petit rayon de lune", 1999
- Lampadaire (L019), 1997
- L022 Lampe / Table Lamp
- L116 Lampe / Plaster lamp, XXIe
- L116 Lampe / lamp, XXIe
- M068 Fauteuil / Armchair, XXIe
Philippe Anthonioz shakes up our definition of design and blurs our image of sculpture. In his work, the boundaries that separate sculpture from furniture exist in order to be crossed. Furniture as sculpture ? Sculpture as furniture ? A constant toing and froing by the artist between the fine and applied arts.
Anthonioz does not design his furniture; rather he shapes it in plaster, before modifying the scale and transmuting the material. The delicate maquette modelled in the softness of gypsum becomes a bronze chair, commanding and confident. The powerful presence in space of his furniture/sculpture succeeds in holding at a distance all the hackneyed clichés of design. He never squanders his talent on work that is facile, long-winded or insipid. His areas of interest convey his journeys of discovery through poetry and literature, given new expression in the dense solidity of bronze.
Intimacy is also a feature of his work, which embraces the wind, brotherhood, passion and utopias. Pieces in polished plaster, in natural or polychrome wood, speak eloquently of the formal and stylistic richness of Anthonioz's work, of his love for his materials, for history and for the art of sculpture.
Philippe Anthonioz is a French sculptor and artist from Paris, France. Philippe was born in Paris on December 7th 1953. He is self-taught and started his career working with Nadia Pasquer, Raymond Mason and finally with Diego Giacometti. Philippe’s work has been exhibited extensively in museums around the world. He lives and works in Paris.
Philippe Anthonioz: Photographies3 Dec 2019 - 11 Jan 2020 BonaparteCet automne, la Galerie Dutko a le plaisir de présenter pour la première fois à Paris le travail photographique de Philippe Anthonioz. Si ses œuvres en bronze, plâtre et bois, scuptures et meubles, meubles / sculptures, sont régulièrement exposées dans les espaces de la Galerie Dutko, il s’agira ici de...