Un tableau monumental de Guillaume Bottazzi à Bruxelles sur RTBF
L’artiste français Guillaume Bottazzi, qui dispose d’ateliers en France et en Belgique, réalisera pendant près de deux mois, sous les yeux du public et sans la moindre assistance, un tableau de 16 mètres de haut et 7 mètres de large sur l’emblématique place Jourdan à Bruxelles (Etterbeek), a-t-on appris lundi…
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Guillaume Bottazzi’s exhibition is composed of 12 paintings measuring from 290 cm x 190 cm, to the smallest 22 cm x 28 cm. They are crafted from fine plaster on fabric and ink or oil on raw linen canvas. The uniqueness and the refinement of their composition will surprise the viewer…
Guillaume Bottazzi’s solo exhibition is composed of 12 paintings measuring from 290 cm x 190 cm, to the smallest 22 cm x 28 cm. They are crafted from fine plaster on fabric and ink or oil on raw linen canvas. The uniqueness and the refinement of their composition will surprise the viewer.
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“Guillaume Bottazzi – Free creation 2016” / Galerie Artiscope
Boulevard Saint-Michel 35 – 1040 Etterbeek
3 oktober 2016 29 oktober 2016 – Open op: Maandag – vrijdag 10:00 18:00
“Guillaume Bottazzi – Free creations 2016” – Exposition personnelle à Artiscope Gallery
Du 3 au 29 octobre 2016
Guillaume Bottazzi ©
l’Ambassade de France en Belgique est partenaire de l’exposition de Guillaume Bottazzi à la galerie Artiscope, à Bruxelles
Exhibition Wonderland by Guillaume Bottazzi : If you are in Hong Kong, we recommend you to go to the Hong Kong Central Library to take a look at the paintings by Guillaume Bottazzi, leading you to a fantasy world, a universe that will challenge your imagination and creativity. You can even take part in the workshop!
“French May 2016” presents the event: “Guillaume Bottazzi – Wonderland”
Unseen in Hong Kong:
In a 565 square meters space, the Hong Central Library will host from May 21th to June 5th the first public Guillaume Bottazzi’s exhibition in Hong Kong.
On this occasion, 23 recent paintings will be shown, including artworks of 3 meters by 2 meters and 2 meters by 2 meters.
This exhibition includes oil on canvas and also some paintings made with fine plaster and glue on fabric.
“Le French May”
Established in 1993, Le French May is one of the largest cultural events in Asia.
With more than 120 programmes presented across two months, it has become an iconic part of Hong Kong’s cultural scene that reach out over 1 million visitors each year…