Journées européennes du patrimoine 2020

26 works by the artist Guillaume Bottazzi feature in the European Heritage Days 2021

25 oeuvres d'art de Guillaume Bottazzi à découvrir en France à l'occasion des Journées Européennes du Patrimoine 2021

For this year, the famous artist Guillaume Bottazzi invites us on a huge artistic journey with 26 works of art to be discovered in France as part of the 2021 European Heritage Days. Guillaume Bottazzi has created nearly 100 environmental and poetic works in public spaces; the works presented can be found dotted throughout the country, from the north to the south of France: in Haut-de-France, Croix, in the 14th and 15th arrondissements of Paris, in Grand Paris at Montreuil, Vaujours and Bobigny, in the 9th and 7th arrondissements of Lyon, at Villeurbanne, Beaumont in the Auvergne, in the 7th of Marseille, at Marseille-Prado, Martigues and as far as Mandelieu-la-Napoule near Cannes.
These works are so many invitations to the joy of living in these places. They are made with ecological materials, on raw linen or with enamels, a natural powdered material composed of different minerals. These poetic creations invite us to travel to an imagined universe. They nourish the passer-by by making him dream. They create poetic, enchanting spaces that evolve with our imagination. The imagined appears before our perceptions and ideas do; it is that which reveals these, allowing us to build, strengthen, renew and reinvent ourselves.

Offering a feast for the eyes, the public is invited to come and discover these works of art during the European Heritage Days on 18 and 19 September, 2021.

One artwork to discover in the North of France

Sculpture de Guillaume Bottazzi réalisée avec des émaux sur verre. D'une hauteur de 3 mètres de haut, cette oeuvre in situ est inscrite aux Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

This three-metre high glass sculpture by the artist is presented in Croix. It was installed in May 2021 at the Domaine des Diamants Blancs, in the extension of the Mallet-Stevens garden which adjoins the Villa Cavrois, an emblematic listed building.
Inspired by flowers, this work represents a paean to joy and the sweetness of life. It is made of enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals.
First participation in the European Heritage Days.

Public opening:
September18th, from 12 pm to 3 pm and from 7 pm to 10:30 pm and September 19th, from 12 pm to 3 pm
Access:
Domaine des Diamants Blancs, YCY restaurant, avenue Winston Churchill, 59170 Croix, France

This three-metre high glass sculpture by the artist is presented in Croix. It was installed in May 2021 at the Domaine des Diamants Blancs, in the extension of the Mallet-Stevens garden which adjoins the Villa Cavrois, an emblematic listed building.
Inspired by flowers, this work represents a paean to joy and the sweetness of life. It is made of enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals.
First participation in the European Heritage Days.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 12 pm to 3 pm and from 7 pm to 10:30 pm and September 19th, from 12 pm to 3 pm
Access:
Domaine des Diamants Blancs, YCY restaurant, avenue Winston Churchill, 59170 Croix, France

Nine artworks to discover in Grand Paris

Ce tableau de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi situé à Paris est visible à l'occasion des Jounées Européennes du Patrimoine

During this event, the public is invited to come and see this painting by the artist in Paris, at 20 avenue de Lowendal, near the Eiffel Tower. As part of the European Heritage Days, exceptionally, the venue is open to the public.

This oil painting on raw linen canvas invites us to travel in an understated and unreal universe. The painting enchants the space around it and nourishes the passer-by by making him dream. It creates a poetic and enchanting space, which evolves with our imagination.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 2 pm to 6 pm
Access:
20 avenue de Lowendal, 75015 Paris, France

During this event, the public is invited to come and see this painting by the artist in Paris, at 20 avenue de Lowendal, near the Eiffel Tower. As part of the European Heritage Days, exceptionally, the venue is open to the public.

This oil painting on raw linen canvas invites us to travel in an understated and unreal universe. The painting enchants the space around it and nourishes the passer-by by making him dream. It creates a poetic and enchanting space, which evolves with our imagination.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 2 pm to 6 pm
Access:
20 avenue de Lowendal, 75015 Paris, France

This oil on linen painting is on display in Paris in the 14th arrondissement. This dreamlike work, created in 2016, faces the Montsouris park.

This warm painting with its sensual curves resonates with the colour of the space.

Exceptional opening to the public during the European Heritage Days; first participation.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 11 am to 1 pm
Access:
34-36 avenue Reille, 75014 Paris, France

Guillaume Bottazzi, tableau in situ, réalisé à Paris dans le 12ème arrondissement, face au parc Montsouris

This oil on linen painting is on display in Paris in the 14th arrondissement. This dreamlike work, created in 2016, faces the Montsouris park.
This warm painting with its sensual curves resonates with the colour of the space.
Exceptional opening to the public during the European Heritage Days; first participation.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 11 am to 1 pm
Access:
34-36 avenue Reille, 75014 Paris, France

Emaux sur verre de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi, à découvrir en Ile-de-France lors des journées européennes du patrimoine

During the European Heritage Days, four creations by Guillaume Bottazzi will light up the market square in Vaujours, in the Grand Paris area.
These poetic Japanese-style works, created in 2020, can be seen by the public during the European Heritage Days.
These four particularly refined paintings are reminiscent of the Land of the Rising Sun. The poetic creations were made with enamel. This environmentally friendly material is a natural powder consisting of various minerals. Visible to passers-by from the windows, these paintings are part of the heritage of Grand Paris.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
Place du Marché et 51 rue de Meaux, 93410 Vaujours, France

During the European Heritage Days, four creations by Guillaume Bottazzi will light up the market square in Vaujours, in the Grand Paris area.

These poetic Japanese-style works, created in 2020, can be seen by the public during the European Heritage Days.

These four particularly refined paintings are reminiscent of the Land of the Rising Sun. The poetic creations were made with enamel. This environmentally friendly material is a natural powder consisting of various minerals. Visible to passers-by from the windows, these paintings are part of the heritage of Grand Paris.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
Place du Marché et 51 rue de Meaux, 93410 Vaujours, France

During the European Heritage Days, Guillaume Bottazzi presents two works that he has just completed.

They aspire to the calming and well-being of the passer-by and are made with enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals. The composition seems to break the rules of gravity by rising into the air, and the muted as well as warm tones evoke cucurbits from intertropical Africa. Visible to passers-by from the Avenue Karl Marx, these paintings are part of the heritage of Grand Paris.

First participation in the European Heritage Days.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
36 avenue Karl Marx 93000 Bobigny, France

Guillaume Bottazzi, tableau in situ, réalisé à Paris dans le 12ème arrondissement, face au parc Montsouris

During the European Heritage Days, Guillaume Bottazzi presents two works that he has just completed.
They aspire to the calming and well-being of the passer-by and are made with enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals. The composition seems to break the rules of gravity by rising into the air, and the muted as well as warm tones evoke cucurbits from intertropical Africa. Visible to passers-by from the Avenue Karl Marx, these paintings are part of the heritage of Grand Paris.
First participation in the European Heritage Days.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
36 avenue Karl Marx 93000 Bobigny, France

Emaux sur verre, art in situ de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi à Montreuil, Grand Paris

This polyptych by Guillaume Bottazzi illuminates the cathedral entrance of the Georges Méliès student residence at Montreuil.
This poetic painting is visible to the public for the first time during the European Heritage Days.
This work of art is more than two metres high and is made of enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals. Visible to passers-by from Avenue Faidherbe, this painting is part of the heritage of Grand Paris.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
Student residence Georges Méliès, 45 avenue Faidherbe, 93100 Montreuil, France

This polyptych by Guillaume Bottazzi illuminates the cathedral entrance of the Georges Méliès student residence at Montreuil.

This poetic painting is visible to the public for the first time during the European Heritage Days.

This work of art is more than two metres high and is made of enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals. Visible to passers-by from Avenue Faidherbe, this painting is part of the heritage of Grand Paris.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
Student residence Georges Méliès, 45 avenue Faidherbe, 93100 Montreuil, France

Nine artworks to discover in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Cette oeuvre composée d'émaux est une création de Guillaume Bottazzi. Elle est à découvrir à l'occasion des journées européennes du patrimoine

The public is invited to come and see this poetic creation in the 9th arrondissement. This blue and emerald-green painting is over 3.5 metres long. It is made with enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals.
The work overlooks the River Saône and the Bocuse “L’Ouest” brasserie. It is visible from the outside through the large windows at the entrance to the “La Vague” building.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 9 pm to 12pm
Access:
Immeuble La Vague, 2 quai du Commerce, 69009 Lyon, France

The public is invited to come and see this poetic creation in the 9th arrondissement. This blue and emerald-green painting is over 3.5 metres long. It is made with enamel. This ecological material is a natural material reduced to a powder and composed of different minerals.

The work overlooks the River Saône and the Bocuse “L’Ouest” brasserie. It is visible from the outside through the large windows at the entrance to the “La Vague” building.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 9 pm to 12pm
Access:
Immeuble La Vague, 2 quai du Commerce, 69009 Lyon, France

During the European Heritage Days,  in Lyon, Guillaume Bottazzi is illuminating three entrances to “7ème Squ’Art” with six zen-like backlit works.

The artist has just installed the last two complexes of his installation on this site. These works create a soothing atmospheric quality. Of Zen inspiration, these creations give an impression of calm and freshness. They are evanescent and full of of light, and are composed of Prussian blue, turquoise, white, purple and fuchsia.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
7ème Squ’ART, 105 et 107 rue Bechevelin, 69007 Lyon, France

Installation lumineuse de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi à Lyon, inaugurée à l'occasion des journées européennes du patrimoine 2020

During the European Heritage Days,  in Lyon, Guillaume Bottazzi is illuminating three entrances to “7ème Squ’Art” with six zen-like backlit works.
The artist has just installed the last two complexes of his installation on this site. These works create a soothing atmospheric quality. Of Zen inspiration, these creations give an impression of calm and freshness. They are evanescent and full of of light, and are composed of Prussian blue, turquoise, white, purple and fuchsia.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
7ème Squ’ART, 105 et 107 rue Bechevelin, 69007 Lyon, France

Cette oeuvre dans l'espace public de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi a été réalisée sur les premiers gratte-ciels de France.

This quirky creation, registered for the European Heritage Days, is located on rue Paul Verlaine in Villeurbanne, at a listed architectural site, namely the historic heritage comprising the first skyscrapers in France.
Located in one of the most emblematic streets in the city, notable for its skyscrapers and shops, this creation has received the congratulations of the architects of Bâtiments de France.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
22 rue Paul Verlaine, 69100 Villeurbanne, France

 

This quirky creation, registered for the European Heritage Days, is located on rue Paul Verlaine in Villeurbanne, at a listed architectural site, namely the historic heritage comprising the first skyscrapers in France.

Located in one of the most emblematic streets in the city, notable for its skyscrapers and shops, this creation has received the congratulations of the architects of Bâtiments de France.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
22 rue Paul Verlaine, 69100 Villeurbanne, France

 

During the European Heritage Days, this sensual fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi can be seen in Beaumont, in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region.

This warm work, which was created in 2009, was financed by the Ministry of Culture, the DRAC and the Region. It marks the entrance to the town of Clermont-Ferrand.

Painted by the artist on a protected industrial building, this creation is an expression of the body in movement and offers itself to passers-by like a ballet.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
At the corner of Route de Romagnat and Rue de la Résistance, 63100 Beaumont, France

Cette fresque monumentale de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi est inscrite aux journées européennes du patrimoine chaque année

During the European Heritage Days, this sensual fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi can be seen in Beaumont, in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes region.
This warm work, which was created in 2009, was financed by the Ministry of Culture, the DRAC and the Region. It marks the entrance to the town of Clermont-Ferrand.
Painted by the artist on a protected industrial building, this creation is an expression of the body in movement and offers itself to passers-by like a ballet.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
At the corner of Route de Romagnat and Rue de la Résistance, 63100 Beaumont, France

Seven artworks to discover in the South of France

This delicate and poetic fresco is located on Boulevard Edouard Herriot, in the Prado district of Marseille.
The work is created using glazes. Glazes are a succession of transparent layers that let the light penetrate in order to bring out softness and depth.

This work makes use of the sensory experience of the spectator. Thirty-three years ago, at the age of seventeen, the young painter went to Italy to learn painting and it was in Rome, in the Pope’s apartments in the Vatican, that he was deeply touched by a visit to the Fra Angelico Chapel.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access:
50 boulevard Herriot, 13008 Marseille, France

Cette fresque de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi a été réalisée in situ. Elle se situe dans le quartier de Marseille Prado.

This delicate and poetic fresco is located on Boulevard Edouard Herriot, in the Prado district of Marseille.
The work is created using glazes. Glazes are a succession of transparent layers that let the light penetrate in order to bring out softness and depth.
This work makes use of the sensory experience of the spectator. Thirty-three years ago, at the age of seventeen, the young painter went to Italy to learn painting and it was in Rome, in the Pope’s apartments in the Vatican, that he was deeply touched by a visit to the Fra Angelico Chapel.

Public opening:
September 18th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access:
50 boulevard Herriot, 13008 Marseille, France

Ce tableau de 3 mètres de haut réalisé par l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi est situé à Marseille et est visible lors des Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

These three oil paintings on raw linen canvas are located on Boulevard de la Corderie, in the trendy part of the city that offers the most beautiful view of the old port.  
The viewer is immersed in a floating and evanescent universe that seems to rise free of the rules of gravity. The largest is three metres high.
These paintings in raw linen are made of ecological materials produced in France. 

Public opening:
September 18th from 8am to 12pm
Access:
Bâtiments A, B et C, boulevard de la corderie, 13007 Marseille, France

These three oil paintings on raw linen canvas are located on Boulevard de la Corderie, in the trendy part of the city that offers the most beautiful view of the old port.  
The viewer is immersed in a floating and evanescent universe that seems to rise free of the rules of gravity. The largest is three metres high.
These paintings in raw linen are made of ecological materials produced in France. 

Public opening:
September 18th from 8am to 12pm
Access:
Bâtiments A, B et C, boulevard de la corderie, 13007 Marseille, France

This blue, poetic fresco is located on the seafront in the heart of the old town of Martigues, which bears a “Ville d’Art et d’Histoire” label. The artist painted this ten-metre high fresco which marks the entrance to the town by boat in the Île district in 2018.

Painted in shades of blue, the work was enthusiastically received in the region, and stimulates the imagination of local residents.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
quai Lucien Toulmond, 13500 Martigues, France

Fresque de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi réalisée à Martiques.

This blue, poetic fresco is located on the seafront in the heart of the old town of Martigues, which bears a “Ville d’Art et d’Histoire” label. The artist painted this ten-metre high fresco which marks the entrance to the town by boat in the Île district in 2018.

Painted in shades of blue, the work was enthusiastically received in the region, and stimulates the imagination of local residents.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside, September 18th and 19th
Access:
quai Lucien Toulmond, 13500 Martigues, France

Art public par l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi à Mandelieu. A découvrir à l'occasion des Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

Two coral works by Guillaume Bottazzi, which seem to come straight from the sea bed, are presented in Mandelieu-la-Napoule.
These evanescent paintings, measuring 2.80 metres high by 2 metres in length, are made with enamel.
This environmentally friendly material is a natural material that has been reduced to a powder and is composed of various minerals.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside
Access:
Absolu Mandelieu, 578 avenue de Cannes, 06210 Mandelieu-la-Napoule, France

Two coral works by Guillaume Bottazzi, which seem to come straight from the sea bed, are presented in Mandelieu-la-Napoule.
These evanescent paintings, measuring 2.80 metres high by 2 metres in length, are made with enamel.

This environmentally friendly material is a natural material that has been reduced to a powder and is composed of various minerals.

Public opening:
Freely visible from outside
Access:
Absolu Mandelieu, 578 avenue de Cannes, 06210 Mandelieu-la-Napoule, France

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