BRUXELLES | Châtelain

21 Jun > 27 Jul 2024


The Glénat publishing house was founded in 1969 and celebrates its 55th birthday this year. To mark the occasion, the Huberty & Breyne gallery is hosting a collective exhibition of paintings, drawings and original comic book plates at its Brussels venue, in place du Châtelain, from 21 June to 27 July 2024. The collection, featuring some of the best-known exponents of the comic genre, gives pride of place to authors published by Glénat. This exhibition, which takes us from the world of Lone Sloane to that of Mickey and Baudelaire, and from heroic fantasy to the story of Freemasonry, is an invitation to dream and a unique opportunity to discover a diverse range of works that rely on a wealth of graphic techniques, employing both black and white and colour, along with supports and formats that offer some surprises.
Artists on show

Alex Alice
Julien Delval
Philippe Druillet
Michel Jakubowicz
Pierre Letuaire
Francisque Poulbot
Olivier Ledroit
Pierre Alary
Jean Bastide
Georges Bess
Frédéric Bézian
Hal Camp
Gilles Chaillet
Jean-François Charles
Dave Cooper
Simone D'Armini
René Follet
Christian Gine
Nicolas Keramidas
Kurumi Yukimori
Julien Neel
Robin Recht
Didier Poli
Paul Renaud
Didier Tarquin
Adrian Tomine
Ashley Wood
Philippe Xavier
Eric Hérenguel
Attilio Micheluzzi
Paolo Serpieri

From Friday 21 June to Saturday 27 July 2024

BRUXELLES | Châtelain
33 place du Châtelain
Wednesday > Saturday 11.00 am ? 6.00 pm