Philippe Berry was born in 1956, in Paris. He is a sculpture, drawer and painter.
He begins working as graphic designer and then as model maker, later he becomes an artistic director in many advertising agencies. In 1974 he started studying at ESAG, the drawing school in Penninghen.
In 1980 he creates cinema posters and theatre sceneries. Berry begins painting in 1984 and then he consecrate his creative expression to the sculpture.
His plastic research is focused about the materials and the physical forces like the equilibrium. The artist plays with his ironic sensibility about the contrast between the heaviness and the lightness.
The Philippe Berry work achieves a great success and he realizes institutional commission, like the fountain sculpture for the France embassy in Zimbabwe, or the monumental sculpture for the Pathé multiplex in Marseille.