Solo Exhibition Report: at Galerie Lehalle in Paris, France in 2017

The solo exhibition of Jun Nishizaki was held in Paris, the city of art, for 7 days from Thursday, November 23 to Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The venue was Galerie Lehalle founded by a painter and a members of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France, Pascale Courbot Lehalle. The gallery located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris where is rich in tourism resources such as the Champ de Mars Park with the Eiffel Tower, the Quai Branly Museum, and the Invalides. Many art lovers have visited the exhibition and enjoyed Nishizaki’s noble art world every day.


The venue was full of Parisians and Parisiennes who love art.


The unique gaze drawn by Nishizaki attracted many visitors.


A lot of enthusiastic comments were written in the questionnaire of the exhibition such as “I felt a strange feeling just like I always have been seen by the person in the paintings no matter where I was in the gallery.” “The beautiful gaze tells everything”.



Mr. Luca Pappini (right) and his family who purchased the works during the exhibition. “I liked it at a glance.” He was very impressed with the encounter with the work.

Here are the comments from a gallery owner, Pascale Courbot Lehalle and an art critic ,Eric Monsinjon who visited at the venue.


■Pascale Courbot Lehalle (Gallery Owner)
“Nishizaki’s works have been attracting the attention from many Parisians every day and are gaining popularity. The serene energy contained in her paintings will attract even more people in the future.”


■Eric Monsinjon (Professor of Art History / Art critic)
“Ms. Nishizaki has an excellent sense of art and a keen insight. The portraits drawn with eagle eye and outstanding technique have an unrealistic mood and the expression with mingled feelings of recollection and resignation and the delicate and elegant appearance of the portraiture attract people. She has a born exquisite sense of balance.”


Coverage/Photo: General Incorporated Association Japan Promotion
Article/Production: Juri Mita (Creative Division)