Biennial of Illustration Bratislava

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The Biennial of Illustration Bratislava (BIB) is one of the oldest international honours for children's book illustrators. First granted in 1967 to Yasuo Segawa (Japan),[1] it is one of the more prestigious children's book awards today, along with Hans Christian Andersen Award. Artists are selected by an international jury, and their original artwork is exhibited in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is sponsored by UNESCO and the Ministry of Culture, Slovakia. There are eleven awards and a grand prize for unique and outstanding illustration.

  • 1 Grand Prix
  • 5 Golden Apples
  • 5 Plaques
  • 1 Honorary Mention Certificate to Publisher

In 1987 BIBIANA – International House of Art for Children was founded as a "cultural institution with international activity".[2] BIBIANA, now, also organizes Biennial of Animation Bratislava (BAB).[3]

List of Grand Prix Winners[edit]

Winning illustrations can be seen at BIBIANA web site.[4]

Year Winner
1967  Yasuo Segawa  Japan
1969  Eva Bednářová  Czechoslovakia
1971  Andrzej Strumillo  Poland
1973  Lieselotte Schwarz  Germany
1975  Nikolaj Popov  USSR
1977  Ulf Löfgren  Sweden
1979  Klaus Ensikat  GDR
1981  Roald Als  Denmark
1983  Dušan Kállay  Czechoslovakia
1985  Frédéric Clément  France
1987  Hannu Taina  Finland
1989  Marian Murawski  Poland
1991  Stasys Eidrigevicius  Poland
1993  Lorenzo Mattotti  Italy
1995  John Rowe  UK
1997  Martin Jarrie  France
1999  Etsuko Nakatuji  Japan
2001  Eric Battut  France
2003  Iku Dekune  Japan
2005  Ali Reza Goldouzian  Iran
2007  Einar Turkowski  Germany
2009  Josep Antoni Tássies Penella  Spain
2011  Eunyoung Cho  South Korea
2013  It's Raining Elephants (Evelyne Laube, Nina Wehrle)   Switzerland

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Award-winners of the Biennial of Illustration Bratislava – BIB". 
  2. ^ http://www.bibiana.sk/index.php?id=2&L=2
  3. ^ http://www.bibiana.sk/index.php?id=20&L=2
  4. ^ BIB"List of Grand Prix Winners" retrieved 2011-8-1