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20ste Euro-Kartoenale Kruishoutem

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DEADLINE 20.01.2015

 

Provincie Oost-Vlaanderen Nationale Loterij Abesim Kruishoutem


29th June > 21st September
Humour can be a Weapon - cartoons from the Great War

War and humour? Two things that, at first glance, are incompatible.
However, cartoons had an enormous impact during World War I. Humour was a powerful propaganda weapon during this war, but it was also a strategy for survival, in which amusement and comradeship helped civilians and soldiers bear their situation. Caricatures and other derisive drawings certainly had a soothing power, in addition to their strategic aspect.

This exhibition certainly does not aim to trace the history of the war through cartoons. Our aim is more to invite you to step into the war years. Put yourself in the skin of this soldier setting off for the front, or this starving citizen desperate to flee...

The old cartoons are complemented by contemporary cartoons about war and violence, and the hope for peace that also lives in the international symbol of the 'peace dove'.

You can visit the exhibition from June 29 to September 21, 2014 in the ECC, every Sunday from 10 to 12 and 14 to 17 hours. Groups of 10 persons or more are welcome on other days by appointment.

After the exhibition in Kruishoutem "Humour can be a weapon" will also be presented in Wavre, Rixensart, Eupen, Welkenraedt, Aachen ...

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Some pictures of the exhibition and the opening ceremony ...


Vladimir Kazanevsky

28th September > 21st December

Vladimir Kazanevsky

Vladimir Kazanevsky is a Ukrainian cartoonist of absolute world class.
His cartoons have been published in numerous newspapers and magazines around the world. He won more than 400 prizes in cartoon competitions in 49 countries, including in Kruishoutem in 1993 in the Euro-Kartoenale 'Magic'.

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Luc Vermeersch

The Belgian Luc Vermeersch won in 2005 the first prize in our Euro-Kartoenale with the theme 'The house painter'. He is this year the house cartoonist of the ECC.

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You can visit the exhibition from September 28 to December 21 2014 in the ECC, every Sunday from 10 to 12 am and from 2 to 5 pm. Groups of 10 persons or more are welcome on other days by appointment.

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