Exhibitions of the 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 editions are archived here.
A deep dive into the creative world of the BIB awarded Iranian artist, author of the multifaceted 2020 Illustrators Annual’s cover.
The H.C. Andersen awarded Swiss artist, author of the 2021 Illustrators Annual Cover. A poetic universe able to enchant an audience well beyond any borders
The Biennial of Bratislava’s Grand Prix awarded Basque artist, author of the 2022 Illustrators’ Annual Cover.
Rasa Jančiauskaitė and the BCBF Visual Identity Workshop 2020
Incisive, primordial, monochrome and symbolic: Rasa Jančiauskaitė and Chialab Design portray BCBF as a collector and incubator of ideas.
Jean Mallard and the BCBF Visual Identity Workshop 2021
A rich gallery of Jean’s work and the making-of this year’s visual identity
Sólin Sekkur and the BCBF Visual Identity Workshop 2022
A joyful parade, a party where everyone brings an idea as a gift: that’s how the young Mexican artist Sólin Sekkur and Chialab imagined BCBF 2022 to be after too many hours spent in video calls.
Winner of the International Award for Illustration Bologna Children’s Book Fair - Fundación SM 2019
Winner of the International Award for Illustration Bologna Children’s Book Fair-Fundación SM 2021
10 years of the International Award for Illustration
The winners of the prize created by Fundación SM and BCBF to discover, encourage and support new talent in illustration.
BolognaRagazzi Award 2022
BCBF presents the winners and special mentions for the 2022 BolognaRagazzi Awards.
The BRAW Amazing Bookshelf
For the very first time BCBF devotes an exhibition to 100 publishing gems selected among the titles entered for the BolognaRagazzi Award 2022.
Italian Excellence. The New Generation of Italian Children’s Illustrators
Third edition of ‘Italian Excellence‘, the international exhibition on the Italian panorama of children’s illustrations.
A Universe of Stories. Starring: the Book
Daddy - she said, - do you think you could buy me a book? - A book? - he said. - What d’you want a flaming book for? - To read, Daddy. - Roald Dahl, Matilda, 1988.