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The jury members

Josse Goffin

Josse Goffin – BE

President of the jury

Belgian plastic artist born in 1938 in Brussels. Graphic designer, poster artist, printmaker, book author-illustrator of children’s books. His universe, marked by poetry and humor, has brought forth a large production in commercial and cultural communication, and in the publishing of screen prints and linocuts.

His art, characterized by clearness, clarity, imagination and candor, earned him several personal exhibitions in Belgium as well as in major foreign capitals, and numerous tributes in the international press. Josse Goffin taught from 1977 to 2004 narration and humorous drawing in the workshop graphic communication at the National School of Visual Arts, La Cambre, in Brussels; the school where he graduated from.

He is regularly invited as a jury member in art high schools and chairs, within the French community of Belgium, the Exchange Commission for authors-illustrators of children's books.

Adrienne Burany

Adrienne Burany – HU

Born in Gödöllö, Hungary in 1971
She obtained a university degree in economic sciences and human resources in Budapest, and has been living in Brussels since 2004.
Since 2007, she has been working in the Cultural Institute of the Hungarian Embassy in Brussels.  Her first position was as Assistant Coordinator and then, between 2010 and 2014, she was Financial Manager.  During this period she participated in the setting-up of several artistic and cultural projects.  Since 2014, she has been in charge of cultural programming, culture always having been her favourite centre of interest.  The cultural events in which she has actively participated are as follows : 

  • 2008 : Exhibition of Zsolnay ceramics at the Fine Arts Museum in Liège
  • 2009 : Exhibition dedicated to Lajos Vajda at the Fine Arts Museum in Antwerp
  • 2010 : Exhibition of the Hungarian Fauves at the Town Hall of Brussels
  • 2011 : Coordination of events during Hungary’s presidency of the Council of the European Union
  • 2015-2016 : founder of the Bartók Festival in Brussels whose 2nd edition was held in 2016


Roger Dewint

Roger Dewint – BE

Born in Brussels in 1942

Illustrator, engraver, book illustrator, Roger Dewint is an honorary professor of drawing and engraving at the Brussels Academy and a member of the Libre Académie Picard.

He holds several awards in Belgium, as well as abroad: Canada, United States, France, Spain, Greece, Macedonia.

With more than 60 solo and retrospective exhibitions in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, Mexico and Peru, he participates in some 130 biennials or triennials of engravings around the world.

Roger Dewint is also represented in more than 80 public collections or museums around the world.

Lucasz Kurzatowski

Lucasz Kurzatowski – PL

Lukasz Kurzatkowski was born in Lublin (Poland) on 2nd January 1958. He graduated in graphic design at l’Académie des Beaux-Arts in Varsovie in 1983. Since 1984 he has been living and working in Belgium. He expresses himself through painting and linocut. He carries out the graphic projects (posters, illustrations, brochures, catalogues, flyers, logos). He has several personal and collective projects to his credit (Belgium, Germany, United States, France, Japan and Poland).


  • 1993 : Grand Prix Vyle d’Art, Marchin. Prix de la gravure et l’image imprimée de la Communauté française de Belgique
  • 1994 : Prix Médiatine, Bruxelles
  • 1995 : Grand prix The Third International Print Biennial, Bhopal, Inde
  • 1998 : Sponsor’s Prize, 4th Sapporo International Print Biennale, Japon
  • 2006 : Purchase Prize, 14th Space International Print Biennial Seoul, Corée
  • 2008 : Bronze Prize, International Print Exhibition Yunnan, Chine


Gérard Sourd

Gérard Sourd – FR

He is Honorary Head Curator, department of Prints and Photography at the National Library of France, Paris.
He was Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Nouvelles de l'estampe from 1990 to 2010.
He has been a member of the jury at numerous artistic events, including the Triennale of engraving in Chamalières, the Biennale of engraving and new images in Sarcelles, the Biennale of engraving in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, the Michel Ciry Prize for engraving, the Prize for engraving of the Fondation Taylor, the Biennale of engraving of Liège,….

Exhibition Catalogue

For each edition, a catalog is produced in order to honor the work of the 25 laureates but also to thank the work of an entire team (members of the jury, members of the non-profit organization, partners, etc.). You can consult the catalog of this edition below.