Philippe Munda was first a photographer for fashion advertising. Notably for the Studio Edelkoort, Vogue living, The Guardian, the Wall Street Journal and Citizen K. He made the images of the artist Pierre Joseph's work "personnages a réactiver" (characters to be reactivated) on CCC Tours exhibition Little Democraty in 1996. He then collaborated with Gisèle Vienne, Noriko Sunayama, Joel Hubaut. In 2005 he stopped commercial photography to dedicate himself to his art. First resident and then administrator of the "Générale en Manufacture" (Sèvres), he lives today in Marseille where he has created the "Salon du Salon", an art centre with links to publishing.
Margot Montigny 2014