Miyanomori International Museum of Art
The Miyanomori International Museum of Art (MIMAS) has the largest collection of Christo & Jeanne-Claude in Asia and Oceania. He owns some 3,000 photographs of the artist Daido Moriyama, are also part of the collection of artists Lucio Fontana, Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, Lee Ufan, Guillaume Bottazzi …
In 2011, the museum commissioned artist Guillaume Bottazzi to create a 900m² work of art, the largest painting in Japan to date.
This event, ‘Hope 2011’, took place after the earthquake and tsunami of March 2011.
This monumental 900m² painting by Guillaume Bottazzi was created on all sides of the museum. It was created in partnership with the French Embassy in Japan. This project has been seen by a billion people.
At the same time, the museum organised a solo exhibition of works by Guillaume Bottazzi: oil paintings on canvas, papers, drawings and multimedia montages representing the different aspects of the artist’s work.
The museum acquired a painting for its collection.
With the partnership of the French Embassy in Japan