100 years in the Balkans. The comic strip in resistance

The Belgian Comic Strip Center highlights the comic strip scene in the Balkans, a region which has been pivotal in 20th-century European history and has experienced much suffering in the recent past.

A century after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, whose murder is considered the catalyst of world war one, this exhibition examines the current generation of comic strip artists to emerge from the Balkans.

Curated by Štefan Simončič, the exhibition displays cartoons that have never been seen in western Europe.

Tues-Sun 10.00-18.00

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Address Belgium Comic Book Centre, 20 rue des Sables (Zandstraat), tel. +3222191980.

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100 years in the Balkans. The comic strip in resistance

Belgium Comic Book Centre, 20 rue des Sables (Zandstraat), tel. +3222191980.

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