BNP Paribas hosts Belgian comic strip exhibition

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The Hungarian branch of BNP Paribas is hosting an exhibition that features a selection of original works from the Belgian Comic Strip Center (BCSC), held in Budapest from February 18 to March 5.

An image by Bob De Moor from 1988, presented at the exhibition.

The exhibition entitled “Les Belles Images”celebrates the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Belgian Comic Strip Center and the 30th anniversary of the association that brought it to life. The center demonstrates the creativity and exceptional talent of great artists, BNP Paribas said in connection with the exhibition.

The exhibition is open to the public between February 18 and March 5 at the BNP Paribas Concept Store, located in central Budapest (District V., Széchenyi tér 7-8, accessible from Vigyázó Ferenc utca).

The Belgian Comic Strip Center opened in Brussels in October 1989 and is considered by Belgians as a temple of comic strip art. Housed in one of the oldest districts of Brussels in a former textile shop, the center has both permanent and temporary exhibitions and serves as a promotional tool for the Belgian and international creation of comics strips.

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