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Bleu filigrane, Jacques Boesch - Alexandre Mottier Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland, 2017

Updated: Jan 4

From January 19th to February 4th 2017


The Scorpion Bleu Editions, based in Geneva, Switzerland, publish the work of Jacques Boesch titled 'Bleu filigrane'. As a renowned author, Jacques Boesch has written a significant body of diverse literary works, including approximately 75 books and author's notebooks, as well as numerous contributions to the works of other writers.


In 2015, the Administrative Council of the City of Geneva awarded Jacques Boesch the Culture and Society Prize, recognizing his cultural contributions, dedication, and lifelong commitment to promoting and developing culture. On this occasion, Jacques Boesch created a work presented in the form of a boxed set.


This work primarily serves as a collection of emotions received and shared throughout his numerous artistic encounters. It brings together approximately 36 original works or reproductions of artworks by artists who have left a mark on his cultural journey.

I am particularly honored to be part of this prestigious selection with my photograph:

Torii (3), Shiraige Shrine, Otsu, Japan


Bleu filigrane, Jacques Boesch - Alexandre Mottier Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland, 2017
Bleu filigrane, Jacques Boesch - Alexandre Mottier Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland, 2017

An exhibition of selected works will take place from January 19th to February 4th, 2017, at Galerie Alexandre Mottier in Geneva.


Galerie Alexandre Mottier

Boulevard Georges-Favon 17, 1204 Geneva


Exhibition Opening Hours:

  • Tuesday to Friday: 1:30 pm to 7:00 pm

  • Saturday: 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Private opening (by invitation) on January 17th from 5pm. Public opening on January 19th from 5pm to 9pm.


The work 'Bleu filigrane,' published by Scorpion Bleu Editions in Geneva, features 36 original artworks reproduced on art paper. It includes intercalations reproducing 72 unpublished texts by Jacques Boesch. The format of the box is 25 x 25 cm, and it is limited to 100 copies.


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