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Foreign guests

Adin Ljuca

Adin Ljuca

Ana Pêgo

Ana Pêgo

Hugo Rocci

Hugo Rocci

Jean-Luc Fromental

Jean-Luc Fromental

After ten years publishing fiction, introducing such authors as Stephen King to French readers, Jean-Luc Fromental moved on to his all-time favorite field : comics, or bande dessinée. He worked first as a critic for the French daily Le Matin de Paris, then as editor for cult publisher Les Humanïdes Associés, where he published Will Eisner's A Contract With God – regarded by many as the very first modern graphic novel. He eventually became editor-in-chief of Métal Hurlant, their flagship magazine.

IIn the late 80s, he added scriptwriting to his list of activities, mostly for animation, TV and films. Meanwhile, he continued to toy with literature, editing short books just to keep in touch with the Old Masters – works like Stevenson's The Merry Men, Rudyard Kipling's unpublished war letters to his son John, or Dylan Thomas' A Child's Christmas in Wales.

In 2003, he started his own adult comics imprint : Denoël Graphic, devoted to the exploration of common ground between prose and graphic narration. Among the sixty-odd authors he has published to date appear ground-breaking artists such as Robert Crumb, Posy Simmonds or Alison Bechdel. The next book to be released this fall in his collection is the French version of Svatá Barbora by Czech authors Marek Šindelka,Vojtěch Mašek and Marek Pokorný.

As an author, Fromental has penned more than forty books, from novels to travel writing, from children's books (including 10 with artist Joëlle Jolivet) to graphic novels. His more recent publications are Le Coup de Prague (The Prague Coup), a spy thriller drawn by Miles Hyman, and De l'autre côté de la frontière, a noir story with Belgian artist Philippe Berthet.

As for his work in animated films, Loulou L'incroyable secret, a full-length feature for which he created the screenplay, won the Cesar for Best animation film in 2014. His latest screen event was released September 2019 : an adaptation of Dino Buzzati's The Bears' Famous Invasion of Sicily, directed by graphic artist Lorenzo Mattotti.

He lives and works in Paris.

Kotone Utsunomiya

Kotone Utsunomiya

Marta Dzido

Marta Dzido

Milorad Pejić

Milorad Pejić

Miron Milić

Miron Milić

My name is Miron Milić and I am a an academically trained painter and graphic printer. I was born in 1980. in Vinkovci, Croatia. I graduated in 2006. on the Academy of fine arts in Zagreb (graphic class of prof, Miroslav Šutej),, and I'm currently into drawing, illustration and street art murals. I have done several public space wall murals wheter as a part of street art based festivals or as a solo artist being invited for a residential program. I have painted murals in Moscow (Russia), Heilbronn (Germany), Ljubljan (SLO), Banja Luka (BiH), Rijeka (CRO) and several other cities in Croatia. Art for music bands and performers is also my passion and I have won couple of awards for my art covers and graphic design such as the most prestigious Croatian music award for best art music cover in 2017.I am a member of HZSU, croatian freelance artists association and of Medika collective from Zagreb.

Natalia Zourabova

 

 

Saki Matsumoto

Saki Matsumoto

Sofija Kordić

Sofija Kordić

Stipan Tadic

Stipan Tadic

Stipan Tadic was born in Zagreb, in 1986. He finished his MA in Painting graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 2011. He had his first solo show in 2009 and from then on he has had numerous solo and group exhibitions. He has been doing murals in public spaces from 2012, both in Croatia and abroad. In 2014 he published his first comic book titled Parisian Nightmares. He is the co-organizer of the Biennial exhibition of Antisalon and he has been leading several curatorial projects. Tadic is the recipient of several awards, domestic and international. Currently, he is a 2020 MFA candidate at the Columbia University School of Arts, New York.

Home guests

Adéla Petruželková

Adéla Petruželková

Alice Koubová

Alice Koubová

Anežka Charvátová

Anna Kelblová

Beatrice Landovská

Beatrice Landovská

Borjana Dodová

Borjana Dodová

David Bohm

David Dolenský

Dora Kaprálová

Dora Kaprálová

Edib Jaganjac

Edita Vaníčková – Makosová

Elsa Aids

Elsa Aids

Honza Blažek

Ivan Foletti

Jakub Ouhrabka

Jakub Řehák

Jakub Řehák

Jakub Zeman

Jan Rous

Jaroslav Čechura

Jaroslav Čechura

Jiří Červenka

Jiří Mědílek

Jiří Pelán

Jiří Pelán

Josef Hrdlička

Josef Kocourek

Justin Quinn

Karol Sidon

Katarína Kravčíková

Katka Soustružníková

Květoslava Podhradská

Ladislav Čumba

Ladislav Nagy

Marek Toman

Mária Hušová

Mariana Machová

Mariana Machová

Marie Rakušanová

Marie Rakušanová

Martin Kuriš

Martin Ryšavý

Matěj Metelec

Matěj Metelec

Michal Špína

Michal Špína

Milan Děžinský

Milan Kostelník

Miloš Rejchrt

Miroslav Petříček

Nikola Beljajevová

Nina Rutová

Pavel Kořínek

Pavel Martinec

Petr Borkovec

Petr Placák

Petra Hůlová

Radek Malý

Richard Vlasák

Šárka Grauová

Šárka Růžičková Zadáková

SdCH

Silvia Matúšová

Tereza Límanová

Tereza Límanová

Tereza Říčanová

Tomáš Hučko

Tomáš Hučko

Tomáš Luňák

Tomáš Míka

Václav Jamek

Václav Magid

Věra Duždová Horváthová

Vít Ondráček

Vít Slíva