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Expo Freiburg | Livres illustrés français du XVIIIe siècle

L’Augustinermuseum de Freiburg-im-Breisgau (Bade-Wurtemberg) présente jusqu’au 3 juin 2018 des éditions illustrées de littérature galante, romans satiriques et fables morales du XVIIIe siècle français, ainsi que des dessins, des eaux-fortes de François Boucher, et des estampes d’après Antoine Watteau.

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Le livre en mouvement : poésie et arts visuels aux XXe et XXIe siècles

Colloque en ligne Fabula.

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BPTI 5 | Illustration and Intermedial Avenues

Illustr4tio’s latest publication has just come out!
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Illustrating Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park

https://www.theguardian.com/books/gallery/2017/feb/01/illustrating-jane-austens-mansfield-park-in-pictures

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Illustr4tio, sans voix, se tourne vers les images…

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Melinda Gebbie and Oliver Frey: Illustration on the Top Shelf

From Lost Girls - © Melinda Gebbie and Alan Moore

When: Thu 3 Jul 2014, 18.30-20.30

Where: Conference Centre, British Library

Price: £8, (£6 Over 60s) and £5

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Sex and erotic themes have had a long and significant presence in the story of underground comics, and unsurprisingly this has been accompanied by controversy and brushes with the law. In the first half of this event in two parts, artist Melinda Gebbie talks to Rachel Cooke of The Observer about the extraordinary Lost Girls – an explicit and dreamlike graphic novel created together with Alan Moore over the course of 16 years. And in the second half, one of the most prolific, and often persecuted, illustrators of gay fiction and magazines Oliver Frey (aka ‘Zack’) talks to Rupert Smith about his art and career.

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