21 June > 20 September:
Constantin Sunnerberg (Cost.) was born in 1970 in Moscow (former USSR). His name is Swedish - it means „the mountain of the sun“. He was allways doing drawings and he illustrated his first book before he was ten. His family moved to Belgium in 1980 and he become french citizen. After the European School (Brussels) he finished the artistic University "La Cambre" in the Grafic section. He is married with a Spanish pianist (born in Chile) and they have 3 children Andrei, Ivan and Barbara.
Since 1998, he is working as a professional illustrator, mainly for press (Le Soir, Courrier International, Journal du Mardi, Espace de Libertés, Vif-Express, etc.). He is creating drawings, posters, books, illustrated reportings, etc. In 2001 he did drawings for the first Rwanda trial (Brussels) - some drawings are in the Musée d’Histoire Contemporaine in Paris.
Constantin Sunnerberg won prizes in political cartoons, in poster or writing short stories competitions as well as in Belgian chess tournements. He started to participate in cartoon competitions in 2010 and since then won 45 International prizes in 17 different countries.
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You can visit the exhibition in the ECC from 21 June till 20 September 2015, 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.