Kosobukin


24 January > 3 April: Yuri Kosobukin

Yuri Kosobukin was born in 1950 in Russia. When he started to draw his first cartoons he had no artistic training.

With his men with big noses, he developed his own unique and inimitable style. In 1976 his first cartoons were published. Since then thousands of his cartoons have been published in newspapers and magazines all over the world.

Yuri died in January 2013 in Kiev at the age of 63 years.
He was one of the most famous cartoonists of our time.

You can visit the exhibition in the ECC from 24 January till 3 April 2016, 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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Pirana


24 January > 3 April: Pirana

Pirana (Leon Van De Velde) is a famous Belgian press cartoonist.

He drew for several newspapers and magazines and published no less than 23 comic strip albums. He was a regular guest at comic festivals at home and abroad.

Typical for the work of Pirana is the minimalist and simple drawing style and his black, sexist and no-nonsense humor.

You can visit the exhibition in the ECC from 24 January till 3 April 2016, 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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