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21.12.2018 > 03.03.2019


In close collaboration with the family of the Liège artist Dacos, since 2015, the City of Liège organizes the awarding of a three-year prize reserved for engraver artists aged (-) 30 years old. Deceased in 2012, the engraver Dacos has played a major role in the defence and promotion of the art of printmaking in Liège and beyond. This prize, which he orchestrated during his lifetime, along with the donation of his workshop collection to the “Cabinet des Estampes”, is intended to stimulate contemporary artistic creation in the field of the printed image. Awarded the year corresponding to the “Triennale de Gravure” (Engraving Triennale), the prize is the sum of €2,500.

The 27-year-old winner of this 2nd edition, Cindy Jugé (France), will have the opportunity to exhibit at La Boverie, with other young engravers selected by the jury: Babé (Fance), Jérémy Bajulaz (France), Lucie Bayet (Belgium), Aleksandra Bury (Poland), Céline Capelle (Belgium), Valentin Capony (France), Léo François Luccioni (Belgium), Clémence Godier (Belgium), Marie Helpin (France), Kamil Kocurek (Poland), Sylvain Konyali (France), Cédric Laforest (Canada), Mégane Likin (Belgium), Anabelle Milon (France), Fantine Perez (France), Jelena Petrovic Lukovic (Serbia), Grace Sippy (United States) et Ana Takenaka (Brasil).