From March 3rd to April 16th, 2022, Philippe Labaune gallery will devote itself to three international artists who bear witness to their culture through their storytelling with drawings. Elizabeth Colomba (NY), Catherine Meurisse (Paris), and Rutu Modan (Tel Aviv) combine the elegance of the line, the strength of the words, and the singularity of their personality to inscribe their works in the great library of the memory of humanity that the graphic novel occupies today.
Opening: March 3rd, 2022, 6:30 PM to 9 PM
Founded in 2021, Philippe Labaune Gallery is devoted to championing and presenting original 20th and 21st century comic art and illustrations by emerging and established artist from around the world.
The 7th Comic Book Festival Dublin taking place from 17th to 23rd May, will include a series of free events including discussions, live readings, a screening, adults & children’s creative workshops, and, in partnership with International Literature Festival Dublin, an outdoor collaborative project!
The Dublin Comic Arts Festival is a series of small press comic book events celebrating its 4th year running with events in 2022 in May and September. DCAF was founded by Matthew Melis & The Comics Lab of the Stray Lines comic collective. DCAF is organized by a committee of local comic creators and illustrators: Matthew Melis, Debbie Jenkinson, Sarah Bowie, Elida Maiques, Charlot Kristensen, Jacek Matysiak, Dearbhla Kelly, Clara Dudley, Clare Foley.
Quai des Bulles is a festival of comics, graphic novels, and projected images held in the city of Saint-Malo in France. By its attendance, it is the 2nd French festival of the kind, after that of Angoulême. It is particularly known for its exhibitions.