Baruti Kandolo Lilela, better known by his pen name Barly Baruti (born December 9, 1959 in Kisangani, in what was then the Congo-Léopoldville), is a Congolese (DRC) comics writer and artist. He has been described by the British Broadcasting Corporation as "the Congolese author best known outside his country". In December 2010, he was invited to participate in the first international exhibition of African comics, in Paris. Baruti is the co-founder of the Atelier de Création et de l'Initiation à l'Art (Creative Workshop for an Initiation to Art) to encourage talented youth in Kinshasa.

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  • 45xCe modèle est-il pertinent ? Cliquez pour en voir d'autres.La mise en forme de cet article est à améliorer (février 2014). La mise en forme du texte ne suit pas les recommandations de Wikipédia : il faut le « wikifier ». Découvrez comment faire. La typographie, les liens internes ou externes, les conventions de style, la présentation des sources, etc. sont autant de points qui peuvent ne pas convenir voire être absents. Si seules certaines sections de l'article sont à wikifier, pensez à les indiquer en utilisant {{section à wikifier}}. Barly Baruti, de son vrai nom Baruti Kandolo Lilela, né le 9 décembre 1959 à Stanleyville (actuelle Kisangani), est un dessinateur de bande dessinée congolais. (fr)
  • Baruti Kandolo Lilela, better known by his pen name Barly Baruti (born December 9, 1959 in Kisangani, in what was then the Congo-Léopoldville), is a Congolese (DRC) comics writer and artist. He has been described by the British Broadcasting Corporation as "the Congolese author best known outside his country". He studied pedagogy, then worked at the graphics studio of the French Cultural Centre in Kisangani. There, in 1982, he wrote and drew his first published comic, Le Temps d'agir (Time to Act), on environmental issues. In 1984, having won a comics competition, he was invited to study comics writing in Angoulême (France), then in 1987 worked for a few months at the Studios Hergé in Brussels. He returned to Congo, where he published several albums, then moved to Belgium in 1992. In 1994, the Cultural Centre in Kisangani published his album Objectif Terre! (Objective: Earth!), an environmental manifesto. In the late 1990s, he co-produced Eva K, a trilogy of comics albums, with Frank Giroud, followed by Mandrill, a series of four albums. For these works, Baruti "replaced his semi-humorous clear line style with a more realistic one". In December 2010, he was invited to participate in the first international exhibition of African comics, in Paris. Baruti is the co-founder of the Atelier de Création et de l'Initiation à l'Art (Creative Workshop for an Initiation to Art) to encourage talented youth in Kinshasa. (en)
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  • Baruti Kandolo Lilela, better known by his pen name Barly Baruti (born December 9, 1959 in Kisangani, in what was then the Congo-Léopoldville), is a Congolese (DRC) comics writer and artist. He has been described by the British Broadcasting Corporation as "the Congolese author best known outside his country". In December 2010, he was invited to participate in the first international exhibition of African comics, in Paris. Baruti is the co-founder of the Atelier de Création et de l'Initiation à l'Art (Creative Workshop for an Initiation to Art) to encourage talented youth in Kinshasa. (en)
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