Cartoon (he)art for Brussels

The terrorist attacks in Brussels inspired not only Belgian but also many cartoonists from Canada, Germany, France, Egypt, Iran, Israel, Italy, Mexico, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia, USA ...

The ECC is organizing an exhibition of some 200 cartoons about the Brussels attacks. with often the symbols of Belgium and Brussels as Manneken Pis, the Atomium, the Belgian flag, the surrealism of Magritte, Tintin...

The exhibition can be visited in the ECC from 27 March till 1 May, every Sunday from 10 till 12am and from 2 till 5pm or by appointment for groups of 10 people.

See a list of the participants from 25 different countries ...

See a footer about the exhibition on deredactie.be

and some cartoons ...

You can order a catalogue with 60 cartoons in our shop.


Carlos Brito


10 April > 19 June: Carlos Brito (France)

Carlos Brito was born in Lisbon in 1943 and moved in 1963 to Paris for political reasons. He studied sociology and followed no artistic training.

In 1970 his first cartoon was published in 'Rouge'. He worked for several Portuguese newspapers and magazines and since 1980 he has been press cartoonist in France. He drew among others for "Le Monde" and "Le Canard Enchaîné". Even after his retirement Brito remains very active in the cartoon world.

You can visit the exhibition in the ECC from 10 April till 19 June 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.

More info ...

 


Zygmunt Zaradkiewicz


10 April > 19 June: Zygmunt Zaradkiewicz (Poland)

Zygmunt Zaradkiewicz was born in 1951 in Maków (Poland). In 1976 he graduated in graphic design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, where he still lives and works.

His first drawings were published in 1972. Since then, he has published in many Polish and German newspapers and magazines. He painted, made posters, book illustrations, stage sets and costumes.

And in our last Euro-Kartoenale "Soil pollution and sanitation" he won the Prize of the ECC, so now he has his personal exhibition in the ECC.

You can visit the exhibition in the ECC from 10 April till 19 June 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.

More info ...

 


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