Guillaume Bottazzi - 紀堯姆．波塔茲 - ギヨム・ボタジ - БОТТАЗЗИ
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FR : Mori Building Co. Ltd, suivant la sélection du Musée d’Art Mori, a passé commande de plusieurs œuvres à Guillaume Bottazzi. Elles prennent place dans le gratte-ciel Ark Hills Sengokuyama, au cœur du nouveau quartier de Toranomon au centre de Tokyo.
EN : Mori Art Museum, the Mori Building company commissioned artworks from the artist Guillaume Bottazzi. They have been incorporated in the Ark Hills Sengokuyama skyscraper in the heart of the rejuvenated Toranomon district in Tokyo.
FR : Galerie majeure du Japon qui a introduit Yayoi Kusama, Simon Hantaï et Pierre Soulages...
M. Itsutsuji a été décoré Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres par la France, sous l’initiative du musée du Jeu de Paume et la plupart des expositions de l’artiste Guillaume Bottazzi à la galerie Itsutsuji sont soutenues par l’Ambassade de France au Japon.
EN : Itsutsuji gallery is a major gallery in Japan. It is well known to have introduced such as Simon Hantaï, Yayoi Kusama and Pierre Soulages. M. Itsutsuji was knighted by the French Government “Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres.”
© Guillaume Bottazzi solo exhibition, gallery Itsutsuji, Tokyo
"Guillaume Bottazzi - Recent paintings 2015" is the artist’s fourth one-person exhibition at the Gallery Itsutsuji. Guillaume Bottazzi works a great deal in the Land of the Rising Sun. His recent works are imbued with his affinity with Japan, which has nourished his art for more than a decade. His works are composed of intangible elements and ethereal forms. The work’s structure itself becomes the painting. The diffuse lights are in contradiction with each other, suggesting spatial organization and giving his works a feeling of strangeness.
To date, Guillaume Bottazzi has created more than 65 artworks in public spaces, some commissions by museums. Is most recent creation in Japan can be seen in Sapporo on all the facades of Miyanomori International mUSEUM of Art ; a 900 m² work that is the largest painting in Japan. The exhibition of works by Guillaume Bottazzi at MIMAS in 2011 contributed to support for the victims of the earthquake and the tsunami and for reconstruction of the affected areas.