01.10.2020 - 31.10.2020

For the second edition of the drawing challenge A paper / a day, hundreds of artists picked up their pencils. For a whole month we floated on your enthusiasm for drawing. We did this together with 31 curators, who chose 31 favorite drawings. A short summary is shown below. Is it almost October again? #apaperaday20

31 curators

31 favourite drawings

Wilma Dijkman
Indre Svyrplyte
Jan Vanderkerken
Pinnie De Woeh
David Tanghe
Sarah Hambrouck
Sophie Doutreligne
Mieke Cosyn
Hans Vanneste
Karel Noyez
Zaza B
Marc Kockelkorn
Dennis Glauden
Els Moerenhout
Geert Heirbaut
Wim Vaes
Greta Van Paemel
Bo Devroye
Wim Vaes
Sabien Clement
Saskia Rogge
Obed Vleugels
Britt Raes
Hilde Vanhees
Jacky Van Buyten
Winne Verfkijker
Fran Van Gyseghem

Portrait of 2 passionate draftsmen

Graphic designer Iris Van Robays has a passion for drawing. Every weekend she curates the column "The Quarantiny" in De Standaard, and during the Covid 19 pandemic you might have seen some of her Quarantiny jokes appear on Instagram. During A paper / a day 2020, she took on the role of one of the 31 curators of the day.

Visual artist Fabrice Souvereyns uses a single-toned pencil, supplemented by eraser and breaker knife, to create his own visual language that hovers between concrete landmarks and a level of abstraction. His work is represented by Hopstreet Gallery located in Brussels and Deurle.