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French painter born in 1971, Guillaume Bottazzi now lives in France and Belgium.
He began his artistic activity in Italy. He was less than 20 when he moved to Firenze to learn from the technique of the old masters. Then, back in France, winner of a competition, he moved in an artist studio given by the French Ministry of Culture. Soon he imposed himself on the art scene and began an international career:he exhibited regularly in galleries and museums in several countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, USA, including New York, where he settled in the 2000s. Since 1992, he combines with great success studio work, exhibitions in galleries, museums and art centres and realization of art work on specific sites.
So far, Guillaume Bottazzi has signed about forty monumental site-specific art works. One of his recent project can be seen in Sapporo, Japan, on the facades of the Miyanomori International Museum of Art, a work of 900 m², a jewel of Contemporary Art in Hokkaido. In Japan again, where he is represented by the gallery Itsutsuji in Tokyo, he imposes his style with public commissioning form Mori Art Museum.