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20 ARTWORKS BY GUILLAUME BOTTAZZI INCLUDED IN THE EUROPEAN HERITAGE DAYS 2020

20 oeuvres d'art de Guillaume Bottazzi à voir en France à l'occasion des Journées Européennes du Patrimoine

For 2020, artist Guillaume Bottazzi invites us on a gargantuan artistic journey with no less than twenty works of art that can be discovered as part of the European Heritage Days 2020 programme. His works crisscross France, from the North right down to the South. They are to be found in Paris and Île-de-France, but also in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, in Lyon, Villeurbanne and Clermont-Ferrand; and in Provence-Alpes-Côte d´Azur, in Marseille, Martigues and Mandelieu on the Côte Bleue, near Nice.

For the pleasure of their eyes, members of the public are invited to come and discover these works of art during the European Heritage Days between 18 and 20 September, 2020.

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FIVE WORKS TO DISCOVER IN ÎLE-DE-FRANCE

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

The public is invited to come see this painting by artist Guillaume Bottazzi during the European Heritage Days 2020, in avenue de Lowendal in Paris, near the Eiffel Tower. Exceptionally, as part of the European Heritage Days, the venue is open to the public.

This abstract and sober painting is composed of a few touches of red which, contrasting with the beige-coloured raw linen, give a delicate impression of reducing things to essentials.

Open to the public :
September 19th, from 2 pm to 6 pm
Access :

20 Avenue de Lowendal, Paris 15ème

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

The public is invited to come see this painting by artist Guillaume Bottazzi during the European Heritage Days 2020, in avenue de Lowendal in Paris, near the Eiffel Tower. Exceptionally, as part of the European Heritage Days, the venue is open to the public.

This abstract and sober painting is composed of a few touches of red which, contrasting with the beige-coloured raw linen, give a delicate impression of reducing things to essentials.

Open to the public :
September 19th, from 2 pm to 6 pm
Access :

20 Avenue de Lowendal, Paris 15ème

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

Four works by the artist Guillaume Bottazzi in Vaujours await discovery during the European Heritage Days 2020. They are located in the heart of the city, on the market square. These creations immerse us in the painter’s fantastic universe.

Open to the public :
September 19th, from 10 am to 4:30 pm
Access :
51 Rue De Meaux 93410 Vaujours

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

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

Four works by the artist Guillaume Bottazzi in Vaujours await discovery during the European Heritage Days 2020. They are located in the heart of the city, on the market square. These creations immerse us in the painter’s fantastic universe.

Open to the public :
September 19th, from 10 am to 4:30 pm
Access :
51 Rue De Meaux 93410 Vaujours

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

NINE WORKS 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

This poetic blue and emerald-green creation by Guillaume Bottazzi in Lyon can be discovered or rediscovered during the European Heritage Days. It is located next to the River Saône opposite the brasserie Bocuse l’Ouest and is visible from the outside at the entrance to the “La Vague” building.

Committed to the ecosystem, Guillaume Bottazzi creates his works using enamels. The artist translates his sketches into full size before transposing them to glass.

Open to the public:
September 18th to 19th, from 9 am to 7 pm
Access :
La Vague – 2, quai du Commerce, 69009 Lyon

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

This poetic blue and emerald-green creation by Guillaume Bottazzi in Lyon can be discovered or rediscovered during the European Heritage Days. It is located next to the River Saône opposite the brasserie Bocuse l’Ouest and is visible from the outside at the entrance to the “La Vague” building.

Committed to the ecosystem, Guillaume Bottazzi creates his works using enamels. The artist translates his sketches into full size before transposing them to glass.

Open to the public:
September 18th to 19th, from 9 am to 7 pm
Access :
La Vague – 2, quai du Commerce, 69009 Lyon

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

These backlit works by Guillaume Bottazzi can be seen in Lyon, on the occasion of the European Heritage Days 2020.
The delicacy of the colours and style of these four backlit works confer a unique atmospheric quality upon the location. These evanescent installations give an impression of tranquility and coolness, and seek to calm the observer. The light works are composed using Prussian blue, turquoise and white, or crimson, fuchsia and white.

Open to the public:
September 18th to 19th, from 8 am to 7pm
Access :
7ème Squ’Art – 105/107 rue Béchevelin, 69007 Lyon

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

Lighting installation created by the artist Guillaume Bottazzi.

These backlit works by Guillaume Bottazzi can be seen in Lyon, on the occasion of the European Heritage Days 2020.
The delicacy of the colours and style of these four backlit works confer a unique atmospheric quality upon the location. These evanescent installations give an impression of tranquility and coolness, and seek to calm the observer. The light works are composed using Prussian blue, turquoise and white, or crimson, fuchsia and white.

Open to the public:
September 18th to 19th, from 8 am to 7pm
Access :
7ème Squ’Art – 105/107 rue Béchevelin, 69007 Lyon

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

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

This strange and poetic work of art was created by Guillaume Bottazzi in 2009.
It is to be found on one of the first skyscrapers in France.
For this work, the artist was acclaimed by the architects of Bâtiments de France for the way it integrates into the site.

Access :
22 rue Paul Verlaine, 69100 Villeurbanne, Métropole de Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

 

This strange and poetic work of art was created by Guillaume Bottazzi in 2009.
It is to be found on one of the first skyscrapers in France.
For this work, the artist was acclaimed by the architects of Bâtiments de France for the way it integrates into the site.

Access :
22 rue Paul Verlaine, 69100 Villeurbanne, Métropole de Lyon, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

 

The public is invited to come and discover two works by artist Guillaume Bottazzi in Chamalières, during the European Heritage Days 2020.

The venue will be open to the public specifically for this occasion.

This poetic and light creation shows the influence of Japan on the painter. Guillaume Bottazzi has spent much time in Japan where he has received many prestigious commissions.

Open to the public :
September 18th and 19th, from 2 pm to 5pm
Access :
Villa Gaïa, 96 avenue Joseph Claussat, 63400 Chamalières, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

Cette oeuvre de Guillaume Bottazzi est visible en Auvergne à l'occasion des journées européennes du patrimoine

The public is invited to come and discover two works by artist Guillaume Bottazzi in Chamalières, during the European Heritage Days 2020.

The venue will be open to the public specifically for this occasion.

This poetic and light creation shows the influence of Japan on the painter. Guillaume Bottazzi has spent much time in Japan where he has received many prestigious commissions.

Open to the public :
September 18th and 19th, from 2 pm to 5pm
Access :
Villa Gaïa, 96 avenue Joseph Claussat, 63400 Chamalières, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

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

This fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi can be rediscovered during the European Heritage Days 2020. This sensual and colourful work was produced in 2011 and financed by the Ministry of Culture and by the Region.

It marks the entrance to the Communauté d’Agglomération (Conurbation Authority) of Clermont-Ferrand.

Access :
Route de Romagnat, 63100 Beaumont, Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

This fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi can be rediscovered during the European Heritage Days 2020. This sensual and colourful work was produced in 2011 and financed by the Ministry of Culture and by the Region.

It marks the entrance to the Communauté d’Agglomération (Conurbation Authority) of Clermont-Ferrand.

Access :
Route de Romagnat, 63100 Beaumont, Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

SIX WORKS TO DISCOVER IN THE SOUTH OF 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 poetic paintings by Guillaume Bottazzi take the form of oils on raw linen. They can be seen on Boulevard de la Corderie, the trendy part of the city which also offers the most beautiful view of the old port. With these works, painted with a brush and made of natural materials, the public is invited to travel and dream. These pictures have a character suitable for mankind, as advocated by the philosopher Gaston Bachelard.

Open to the public :
September 18th and 19th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access :
Bâtiments A, B et C, boulevard de la corderie à Marseille 13007

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

These three poetic paintings by Guillaume Bottazzi take the form of oils on raw linen. They can be seen on Boulevard de la Corderie, the trendy part of the city which also offers the most beautiful view of the old port. With these works, painted with a brush and made of natural materials, the public is invited to travel and dream. These pictures have a character suitable for mankind, as advocated by the philosopher Gaston Bachelard.

Open to the public :
September 18th and 19th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access :
Bâtiments A, B et C, boulevard de la corderie à Marseille 13007

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

This fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi can be discovered on the occasion of the European Heritage Days and is located in the Prado district in Marseille.

Its circular composition is captivating. It was painted in August 2017, during an extreme heat wave. The artist worked on it by superimposing a succession of transparent layers which give softness and depth to the colour.

Open to the public :
September 18th to 19th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access :
50 boulevard Herriot, 13008 Marseille

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

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

This fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi can be discovered on the occasion of the European Heritage Days and is located in the Prado district in Marseille.

Its circular composition is captivating. It was painted in August 2017, during an extreme heat wave. The artist worked on it by superimposing a succession of transparent layers which give softness and depth to the colour.

Open to the public :
September 18th to 19th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access :
50 boulevard Herriot, 13008 Marseille

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

Fresque de l'artiste Guillaume Bottazzi réalisée à Martiques.

This monumental, poetic fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi is a recommended visit for European Heritage Days.

This 10-metre-high work, located in the heart of the historic district of the “Venice of Provence”, is part of the heritage of Martigues, a town of Art and History. The artist produced this monumental work in 2018 in the Île district, where it marks the entrance to the town from the sea.

Access :
quai Lucien Toulmond, 13500 Martigues, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

This monumental, poetic fresco by Guillaume Bottazzi is a recommended visit for European Heritage Days.

This 10-metre-high work, located in the heart of the historic district of the “Venice of Provence”, is part of the heritage of Martigues, a town of Art and History. The artist produced this monumental work in 2018 in the Île district, where it marks the entrance to the town from the sea.

Access :
quai Lucien Toulmond, 13500 Martigues, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

Coral works by Guillaume Bottazzi in Mandelieu-la-Napoule.
Included in the European Heritage Days for the first time, these works by Guillaume Bottazzi can be discovered in Mandelieu-la-Napoule on the occasion of the European Heritage Days. The coral refers to the corals to be found in the sea. These paintings promote the natural resources surrounding us, in an aquatic atmosphere made up of soft and floating shapes.

Open to the public :
September 18th an 19th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access :
Absolu Mandelieu, 578 Avenue de Cannes, 06210 Mandelieu-la-Napoule

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

Public art by the artist Guillaume Bottazzi in Mandelieu, Côte d'Azur, France

Coral works by Guillaume Bottazzi in Mandelieu-la-Napoule.
Included in the European Heritage Days for the first time, these works by Guillaume Bottazzi can be discovered in Mandelieu-la-Napoule on the occasion of the European Heritage Days. The coral refers to the corals to be found in the sea. These paintings promote the natural resources surrounding us, in an aquatic atmosphere made up of soft and floating shapes.

Open to the public :
September 18th an 19th, from 8 am to 1 pm
Access :
Absolu Mandelieu, 578 Avenue de Cannes, 06210 Mandelieu-la-Napoule

Event on the French ministry of Culture’s website

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