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Published on 03-01-2017

Roger Penwill (UK)

Roger lives in a village in the English countryside near Wales. The nearest town is Ludlow in Shropshire. He moved there in 1999 to become a full-time freelance ...

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Published on 03-01-2017

Marcin Bondarowicz

Marcin Bondarowicz is born in 1976 in Starachowice (Poland).   He studied painting and graphic design at the University of Technology and Humanities in Radom. He is ...

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Published on 23-08-2016

Laughing with death

Can you make jokes about death, funerals ...?We asked some national and international cartoonists. And the result can be admired in the ECC ... with drawings of O-Sekoer, Nikola Hendrickx, Luc Vernimmen, Stefaan Provijn, Cost., Norbert Van Yperzeele, Pol Leurs, Alessandro Gatto, ...

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Published on 23-08-2016

Musa Gümüs (Turkey)

Musa Gümüş was born in 1963 in Gaziantep (in South Turkey, near the Syrian border). He graduated from the Department of Business Administration and Management at Marmara University. He currently lives ...

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Published on 25-06-2016

Tony Houbrechts house cartoonist 2016

Tony Houbrechts is this year the house cartoonist of the ECC, so he has now his personal exhibition in our center.   He was born in 1942 in Sint-Truiden, grew up in Tongeren a ...

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Published on 25-06-2016

Ivailo Tsvetkov (Bulgaria)

Ivailo was born in 1964 in Sofia, where he still lives and works. He studied ceramics at the Art School. His first cartoon was published already in 1982 when he was only 18 years old. He works as a press cartoonist for the newspaper "Telegraph" and "Monitor". ...

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Published on 09-04-2016

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 dra ...

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Published on 08-04-2016

100 cartoons without words (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.   His career from 1957 to 1979 can best be de ...

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Published on 05-02-2016

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 Piran ...

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Published on 05-02-2016

Yuri Kosobukin

Yuri Kosobukin was born in 1950 in Russia. He studied in Kharkiv for civil engineer aerospace and worked in Kiev at the Antonov Aircraft Design Centre as an engineer.   When he started to draw his first cartoons he had no artistic training. With his men with big noses, he dev ...

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Published on 05-11-2015

Cartoons from Croatia

The Croatian Cartoonist Association was founded in 1985 in Zagreb and this year they celebrated their thirtieth anniversary of existence and successful work on promoting the cartoon in Croatia and the Croatian cartoon in the world. Ever since the beginning the Croatian Cartoonist Association has ...

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Published on 05-11-2015

Jerzy Gluszek (Polen)

Jerzy Gluszek was born in 1956 in Wroclaw, Poland. He graduated from the State College of Fine Arts in Wroclaw at the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts. After graduation he worked in the launching of the magazines “Luxus” and “Gluszec” and took part in severa ...

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Published on 21-06-2015

Cost.

Constantin Sunnerberg (Cost.) was born in 1970 in Moscow (Russia). He grew up in an artistic environment and started to draw very young. He illustrated his first book at the age of ten. His mother was a convinced anticommunist and decided to leave the country and she married a French journalist. ...

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Published on 20-06-2015

Jef Nys, de geestelijke vader van Jommeke

Jef Nys, the spiritual father of comic strip Jommeke 'His early years as a cartoonist' (1945 - 1955)

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Published on 29-03-2015

20th Euro-kartoenale Kruishoutem Soil pollution and sanitation

We received 1815 cartoons by 532 artists of 71 countries.   The prize winners are: First prize: Pawel Kuczynski (Poland) Second prize: Marco d'Agostino (Italy) Third pr ...

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Published on 27-03-2015

De perscartoon duikt in het water

The Blue Gold!   Some despise it, others respect it, and everyone use it. Privileged see it as a right, while those who lack it see it as a treasure.   The exhibited drawings will tell you that its preservation is the duty of everyone.   ...

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Published on 24-01-2015

ARES (Cuba)

Aristides Esteban Hernandez Guerrero, better known as ARES, was born in Havana Cuba, in 1963. He studied medicine and psychiatry and is a self taught cartoonist, illustrator and painter. He lives and works in Havana.   His first cartoon was published in 1984, and subsequently ...

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Published on 23-01-2015

Doaa Eladl (Egypte)

Doaa Eladl is one of the most famous cartoonists in Egypt and is an important voice of the press in the post-revolutionary Egypt. She publishes her drawings in the independent daily Al-Masry Al-You, and is the only woman in a team of four artists. She also illustrates children's books and uses so ...

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Published on 27-09-2014

Vladimir Kazanevsky

Vladimir KAZANEVSKY is a world famous cartoonist. He was born in 1950 in Lebedin, Ukraine. He now lives and works in Kiev. In 1973 he obtained a graduate in 'Cosmic Radiophysics', and in 1984 that of 'Press Artist' at the Institute of Journalism in Kiev.   His ...

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Published on 26-09-2014

Luc Vermeersch

Half a century ago, Luc VERMEERSCH studied graphic design at the Saint-Lucas Institute in Ghent. He began his career in the advertising business and created illustrations for several pamphlets, magazines, newspapers, chocolate-boxes and posters with his humorous touch. He has been drawing little ...

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Published on 28-06-2014

Humor als Wapen - spotprenten in de Groote Oorlog

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 ...

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Published on 12-04-2014

Marco D'Agostino

Marco D' Agostino was born in 1963 in Pescara on the Adriatic coast of Italy. He became infected with the drawing virus at a very early age. Recognising that he had talent, his father gave him an easel, canvas and tempera paint as a gift for his 7th birthday. Nothing has stopped hi ...

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Published on 11-04-2014

Het Ei

Cartoonwedstrijd Vianden 2013 'Het Ei'

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Published on 25-01-2014

Riber Hansson

Riber HANSSON was born in Sweden in 1939. He studied technical science to become a structural engineer. He worked for several architectural practices in Stockholm. In 1970, he started his own business specialising in drawing perspectives. (This was before the age of computers.) Due to a recession ...

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Published on 24-01-2014

Lectrr

Lectrr (Steven DEGRYSE) was born in 1979 in Roeselare and now lives in Ghent. At the end of the nineties, Lectrr, one of the first Flemish cartoonists, started to publish a daily cartoon on the internet. His website was a huge success and very soon he made his debut as an illustrat ...

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Published on 28-09-2013

20 years King of Belgium Albert II

20 years kingship also means 20 years of a critical and humorous look at Albert II by the country's best-known press cartoonists. Albert and his family, his health, his travels, his relationship with politicians, government negotiations, the throne change ... all are discussed.   ...

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Published on 26-09-2013

HANZZ Karikaturen

Born in Izegem (Belgium) in 1960, little Hans DECONINCK was quickly fascinated by cartoons and caricatures. He saw them in the newspapers and in shop windows. He spent days and nights drawing caricatures to the great despair of his parents who considered his passion as an idiosyncrasy. That's why ...

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Published on 29-06-2013

Agim Sulaj

Agim Sulaj was born in Tirana, the capital of Albania, in 1960, but spent his childhood and adolescence in the costal city of Vlora. Since a very young age Agim experiences his passion and love for paintings and art in general and the talent is evident very early on.   In 198 ...

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Published on 28-06-2013

Norbert Van Yperzeele, huiscartoonist 2013

It is not an easy job to sum up Norbert Van Yperseele 's career as a cartoonist in only a few lines. He has being active for quite some years now in the cartoon world, but there were times that this was different.   Having finished his classical education at secundary school, ...

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Published on 22-03-2013

De Ronde van Marec

Marc De Cloedt, alias MAREC, was born in 1956 in Bruges. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts.   His first cartoons appeared in 1984 in the Bruges cultural magazines "Kan't? Magazine" and "De Uitkrant". In 1986 he made a weekly cartoon in the regional edition of the newspap ...

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Published on 19-03-2013

Euro-kartoenale 'De Fiets'

We received 2483 cartoons from 718 participants of 79 countries. Most participants were from Europe (57%), followed by Asia (31%), South-America (8%), North-America (3%), Africa (1%) and Oceania (0.5%).   The submitted cartoons approached the bike in all its aspects: the cycl ...

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Published on 25-01-2013

Pawel Kuczynski

Pawel Kuczynski was born in 1976 in Szczecin, in northern Poland near the German border. In 2001 he graduated in Graphic Design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan. He worked as an illustrator for several newspapers in Poland.   In 2004 he began to draw cartoons. In his car ...

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Published on 21-01-2013

Pol Leurs

Pol Leurs was born in Luxembourg in 1947, and he is the father of three adult son. His career as an engineer has not prevented him from becoming one of the greatest cartoonists of his country. Under his artist name Poleurs he represented Luxembourg in numerous national and international competiti ...

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Published on 28-09-2012

Angel Boligan - MONDÉVIDENCES

Angel Boligàn was born in Havana in 1965. In 1992 he moved to Mexico. He draws for the newspaper EL UNIVERSAL and the satirical magazines CONOZCA MÁS and EL CHAMUCO. He is a member of the cartoonist group "Cartooning for Peace" and won worldwide more than 130 prizes in cartoon compe ...

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Published on 24-09-2012

Het einde van de wereld ...

... on 21 December 2012 according to the Mayan calendar. With cartoons of Alessandro Gatto, Ares, Dachuan Xia, Ilya and Grigori Katz, Ivailo Tsvetkov, Jerzy Gluszek, Marcin Bondarowicz, Michael Kountouris, Mikhail Zlatkovsky, Oleg Dergachov, Pawel Kuczynski, Pol Leurs, Riber Hansson, Vladimir Kaz ...

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Published on 29-06-2012

Perscartoons van GRIET

Griet Blockx was born in 1978 and grew up in a cosy family atmosphere. In the beginning she didn’t quite know what she wanted to do in life, but to be a cartoonist was not the first thing she had in mind. After having followed successfully the primary and middle school, she c ...

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Published on 23-06-2012

Rhodoscartoons - Michael Kountouris & Vangelis Pavlidis

Satire, in the form of prose, poetry and cartoons, is the leading thread running through the history of Greece (wars, occupation, dictatorship, different regimes, economical and financial crisis,...). Cartoons always have been important – and maybe nowadays more than ever – in the cri ...

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Published on 06-04-2012

Ross Thomson

Ross Thomson was born in Scotland and is graduated in graphics at the Edinburgh College of Art. In 1962 he moved down to London and worked over 7 years as art director in various advertising agencies. During this time he sent some cartoons to the “Punch” magazine and much to his surpr ...

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Published on 02-04-2012

Jiri Sliva

Jirí Slíva was born in Pilsen in 1947 and is living in Prague since 1966. After finishing his studies in economics at the University of Prague, he worked for 8 years as a sociologist.   Slíva´s first published drawings appeared in 1972 and as this s ...

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Published on 23-01-2012

Klier - Modern Times

Klier (30/09/1966 Hamont, Belgium) was as adolescent not blessed with social skills, but he finally found through drawing cartoons a way to express himself. The fear of the teachers to see themselves once again as a caricature in the local student paper, opened him the way to the accountancy cert ...

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Published on 20-01-2012

2Katz - Grigori en Ilya Katz

The concept of the exhibition 2Katz is the « binocularity »: two visions on a same topic, two expressions of two artists, an older one and a young one, a father and a son. Their works are presented in thematic pairs, giving each time a dramatic conflict to the whole. Visitors can admi ...

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Published on 04-10-2011

Florian Doru Crihana

Florian Doru Crihana was born in 1958 in Galaţi, Romania. He graduated naval architecture, but Florian is a cartoonist since 1990 when he gave up his engineer job and dedicated to cartoon and painting. His works were exhibited near famous artist of all time like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Gus ...

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Published on 01-10-2011

365 + ...

"The formation of a government can last some days, some weeks, even some months. It’s also possible that different informants and formateurs are pointed out." says the website of the Belgian government.   But it seems that it could be longer. Belgium is now the world re ...

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Published on 04-07-2011

Peter Ruge - Scènes op het strand

Everybody knows them, the tourists on the beach protecting themselves from the sun with a coat of shining oil. The German cartoonist Peter Ruge is watching them for hours and all their acts and attitudes are precisely recorded in his sketch-books. Beautiful brightly-coloured beach towels are the ...

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Published on 01-07-2011

Luc Vernimmen, ECC-huiscartoonist 2011

Luc Vernimmen was drawing comics already when he was a child. So, it was obvious that he has chosen an art formation of free graphics at the Sint-Lucaspaviljoen in Antwerp. Later on he followed sculpture courses at the Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp.   Regularly his works of ...

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Published on 15-04-2011

Andy Riley "Bunny Suicides"

The ECC welcomes the “Bunny Suicides” for the next exhibition in spring. You certainly know these charming white rabbits in their creative attempts to end their lives using an unlikely variety of items. Revolving doors, a toaster, a cricket ball, a boomerang, a hand-grenade, the shini ...

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Published on 14-04-2011

18th EURO-KARTOENALE - KRUISHOUTEM 2011 Theme: Shoes

We received 3039 cartoons of 798 participants from 78 different countries. 70% of the participants lives in Europe, 20% in Asia, 5% in South-America, 4% in North-America and 1% in Africa.   The jury awarded the following cartoonists: 1s ...

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Published on 04-01-2011

Brasser

Paul De Valck “BRASSER” was born in Humbeek on March 6, 1937. In the sixties he married Leona Van Belle from Schepdaal, a municipality of Dilbeek, and became that way a thoroughbred citizen of the Pajottenland. He borrowed his pseudonym as cartoonist from the nickname of the inhabitan ...

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Published on 30-09-2010

Oleg Dergachov - Canada

Oleg was born in 1961 in Rostov (Russia). He lived 20 years in Russia and 20 years in Ukraine. In 1984 he graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Print, Graphic Art and Book Design. In 2005 he moved with his family to Canada.   He had over 20 personal cartoon exhibitions in 1 ...

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Published on 29-09-2010

Atila Ozer - Turkije

Atila Ozer was born in Burdur (Turkey) in 1949. He graduated from State Engineering and Architecture Academy as a Construction Engineer. 7 years later he ended his career as a construction engineer. He completed his master’s degree in Communication Arts and his PhD in Graphical Design. ...

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Published on 25-06-2010

Rumen Dragostinov (Bulgarije)

Winner of the Prize of the ECC 2009

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Published on 21-06-2010

Eurosapiens

Top-ranking Bulgarian cartoonists present their view of Europe

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Published on 01-04-2010

Roger Mofrey

The French cartoonist Roger Mofrey was born in 1927 in Paris, where he graduated as an interior designer.   It is a versatile man who combined a long career of artistic director in an advertising agency with the drawing of press cartoons for “Ici Paris", "France Dimanch ...

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Published on 31-03-2010

Canary Pete

Sus Damiaens, alias Canary Pete, is our house cartoonist 2010. During this year he will comment the events in the ECC and the cartoonworld with his cartoons. Sus is the successor of Stefaan Provijn and Ludo Goderis.   Canary Pete draws press cartoons for the Belgian newspaper ...

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Published on 04-01-2010

China in Cartoons

For 40 years Europalia is one of the most important cultural events of our country. This year Europalia devotes its activities to China and for the first time the cartoon art is on the program. The European Cartoon Center is therefore proud to present an exhibition on “China in Cart ...

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Published on 14-12-2009

Mikhaïl Zlatkovsky (Rusland)

The ECC presents, during the autumn of 2009, an exhibition of the masterworks of Mikhail “Micha” Zlatkovsky, a top-ranking cartoonist. 120 of the most recent works will give you a critical image of our society. In his cartoons Zlatkovsky pays a particular attention to problems ...

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Published on 12-09-2009

40 years André Nollet cartoons

The ECC organizes a special exhibition of 40 years André Nollet cartoons.   André Nollet was born in Wervik (Belgium) in 1946 where he learned to draw and write with the slate-pencil in the local school. At the St.-Amandscollege in Kortrijk he was teached Greek ...

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Published on 22-06-2009

Cartoons van Ludo Goderis

During the summer the European Cartoon Center always puts the work of his house cartoonist in the spotlight. This year this is Ludo Goderis.   Ludo was born in 1961 at Zeebrugge and since 12 years he lives with his wife and four children in Bruges.   He i ...

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Published on 19-06-2009

Paartijd - Michel Bridenne (Frankrijk)

Michel Bridenne slaagt er als geen ander in om mensen aan het lachen te brengen. In zijn cartoonreeks ‘Paartijd’ laat hij ons op een uiterst humoristische manier kennismaken met het liefdesleven van de dieren.   In de velden, vijvers en bossen lijkt de lente wel t ...

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Published on 08-06-2009

Humour, Amour et Vigne (Jonzac - Frankrijk)

“Humour et Vigne” (Humor en Wijngaard) is de naam van de vereniging die tweejaarlijks een cartoonwedstrijd organiseert in het Franse Jonzac.   Door de keuze van het thema “Wijngaard” (Vigne) bieden de organisatoren de kunstenaars telkens opnieuw een br ...

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Published on 10-04-2009

17th EURO-KARTOENALE KRUISHOUTEM 2009 SAND, PEBBLE AND GRAVEL

We received 2000 cartoons of 588 participants from 70 countries. The jury selected 250 drawings for the exhibition and 100 cartoons for the catalog.   The presentation of the jury and ...

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Published on 03-01-2009

O-SEKOER flashback

Luc Descheemaeker was born in 1955 in Bruges. He teaches ‘Art and Culture’ in the Sint-Jozefinstitute in Torhout. He makes cartoons and humor photos and won more than 100 international prizes. Hij tekent cartoons en maakt humorfoto’s en won meer dan 100 internationale prijzen. H ...

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Published on 31-12-2008

BOSC retrospectieve

Jean-Maurice Bosc was born in Nîmes in 1924. In 1952 he discovered a book of humor signed Mose. He then spent all summer drawing in secret, and after a merciless choice of the best pieces that threw on the pyre more than 200 drawings, he set off to Paris with 49 cartoons under the arm and 2 ...

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Published on 04-10-2008

Kartoons ya Congo

The history of Congo from 1958 till 2008 seen through the eyes of Belgian and Congolese cartoonists.

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Published on 20-06-2008

CARTOONS van STEF

Stef is our house cartoonist 2008. During the year 2008 he will comment the events in the ECC and the cartoonworld with his cartoons.   Stef was born in 1960 in Deinze (Belgium). He studied Applied Arts at the Royal Academy of Ghent. ...

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Published on 18-06-2008

30 years SATYRYKON

In 1978 werd in het Poolse Legnica een tentoonstelling georganiseerd met het werk van enkele cartoonisten uit de buurt van Wroclaw. Nu 30 jaar later kan Satyrykon terecht beschouwd worden als één van de beste cartoonfestivals ter wereld.   Anno 2008 is Satyrykon ...

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Published on 20-03-2008

RÊVES DE COCHONS - Pierre Ballouhey

Een eerste cirkel, en nog één, een ovaal en twee puntjes voor de snuit, de ogen, een kurkentrekker voor de staart en een bed van modder. Voilà, zo teken je een varken. Voor Pierre Ballouhey zijn varkens een ware obsessie. Zijn post-its naast de telefoon stonden vol met kleine ...

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Published on 15-03-2008

GEPERSTE KOPPEN - karikaturen van Jan Op De Beeck

From the 21th of March till the 15th of June the European Cartoon Center presents the exhibition ‘Geperste Koppen’. The famous caricaturist Jan Op De Beeck shows more than hundred caricatures of national and international known personalities, artists, politicians, sportsmen ... ...

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Published on 04-01-2008

Alessandro Gatto - a survey of his work

Alessandro Gatto was born in 1957 in Castelfranco Veneto where he actually lives and develops his activity of designer and painter. He has a list of many jobs executed for Italian companies and public corporations and from other countries (United States, Canada, Argentina, Mexico, Algeria, Englan ...

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Published on 02-01-2008

8 years Governments Verhofstadt I en II

The Belgian governments Verhofstadt I and II were a source of inspiration for the Flemish cartoonists: the Nepal weapon trade, the spectacular escape from the prison of Dendermonde, the attitude of Belgium in the Iraq war, the one-liners of politicians meant for the Congolese leaders, the Sabena ...

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Published on 05-10-2007

Tentoonstelling '10 + 2 Nieuwe Europeanen'

2007… the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome… a historical event. Meanwhile Europe has extended. On May 1st 2004 the European Union grew from 15 to 25 Member States and in 2007 Bulgaria and Romania joined the club. What is the signification of this entry in the European Union fo ...

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Published on 01-10-2007

Retrospectieve Punt (Jan Van Der Aa)

Punt (Jan Van Der Aa) was born on January 14th 1927 and died recently on September 28th 2007.   As a child he dreamt of an artistic career, he made his first oil painting on the wood of a cigar-box at the age of 6. But due to the war and also because his parents didn’t ...

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Published on 15-06-2007

Mordillo

'HUMOUR IS THE TENDERNESS OF FEAR' Mordillo   Guillermo Mordillo was born in Buenos Aires in 1932 from Spanish immigrants. He studied design at the Journalist High School and worked for different movie studios and also as illustrator of children’s books.   ...

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Published on 05-06-2007

Thomas Pips' cartoons van Buth

As the “Tour de France” passes this year in the region of Kruishoutem, the ECC has decided to give to this event a cultural note with an exhibition of “Thomas Pips” cartoons, drawn by Buth.   Leo De Budt (Buth) was born in Ghent in 1919. A ...

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Published on 04-06-2007

De opening van het ECC

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