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Phil Miller is an artist, photographer and film maker who lives in Whitstable in Kent . He has exhibited in the UK and further afield in the US and Europe, including exhibiting work at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival. His work has been displayed and sold through the iconic department store, Liberty of London.
Miller’s artistic output is a complex process, involving the marriage of original photographs and artwork using projections and multiple exposures. Once layered, the images take on a new, almost cinematic quality. Works have a real sense of movement and with time, reveal elements to the viewer that are not always obvious at a first glance. Miller’s use of vivid colour is striking and his love of the exotic is conveyed through his choice of subjects, from sandy beaches to dense urban landscapes.
2017 Betty Loves Bryan Whitstable
2016 Broeschen Gallery, Mahon, Menorca.
2012- ‘Rendering Beauty’, The Refinery Gallery, London
2012- Hoxton Square, London
2010- ‘Montage’- Works by Phil Miller at Hoxton Square, London
2008- Cannes, in parallel with the Cannes Film Festival
2008- Liberty, London
2004, ‘Sticky’ at Tapestry Gallery, Soho, London
2016 - Arthill Gallery . North End Road W14 9NU. 8th of Dec 2016 to 26th February 2017.
2015- Gallery On the Corner Battersea London .
2015- Art For Youth The Mall galleries SW1,London.
2015- London 2.0, Galerie Biesenbach, Cologne, Germany
2014- Art on the Underground, Pimlico Station, London
2014- Red Brick Road advertising agency, Soho, London
2014- Pop-Up Show Columbia Road, London
2017 Amphora to be shown at the Turner Contemporary mid Oct .
2016 Haze, A film about Composer Helen Caddick on show at the Turner Contemporary gallery In Margate From Oct 31st 2016.
2010-2016 Music videos for a selection of artists including Cornershop, Kate Jackson, Beat Mark and Yokan System .
2012- ‘Why did you buy me plastic flowers?’, Short Film directed by Phil Miller, featured at the London Short Film Festival.