CIOSU Constantin, Romania - C(aricat)urriculum Vitae - BestCARTOONS.net

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Date of birth : 29.09.1938.

Studies: The fine art Institute Cluj Napoca 1964.

Professions: Cartoonist, Illustrator, Art Teacher.

Member of United Artists of Romania.

Cartoon debut: 1954.

Publishing activity, since 1952: Urzica, Flacara, Magazin, Ateneu, Cronica, Contemporanul, Astra, Tomis, Steaua, Tribuna Invatamantului, Haz, Scaiul, Papagalul, Teapa, Osten (Macedonia), Acrep (Ciprus), Jez (Serbia ), Palante (Cuba), Pardon (England), Eulenspiegel, Berliner Kurier (Germany), Magazin (Iran ), Euro Jeux & GAG (France).

Cartoon books: „101 Fables” 1974, „Black and white” (1975), Best of Constantin CIOSU (2008), “Liliput” collection books printed by United Artists of Romania: 24 titles (1985-1989).

Personal exhibitions: Bacau (1966-1999), Skopje (Macedonia) 1973, Iasi (1974), Galati  (2003), Urziceni (2008), Braila (2009), Craiova (2010, 2013), Saint Just Le Martel (France) 2011.

Participations in united exhibitions of cartoons: Bacau, Iasi, Suceava, Petrosani, Targu Mures, Braila, Galati, Focsani, Vaslui, Tulcea, Timisoara, Bucuresti, Gura Humorului, Urziceni,  Constanta.

Participations in international cartoon exhibitions: Gabrovo, (Bulgaria), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Ancona, Tolentino, Bordighera, Pescara, Asti, Vercelli (Italy), Montreal (Canada), Istanbul, Ankara, Aksehir, Bursa (Turkey), Rhodes, (Greece), Knokke-Heist, Beringen, Kruishoutem (Belgium), Legnica, Varsaw (Poland), Tokyo (Japan), Daejeon (Korea), Tehran, Tabriz (Iran), Taipei (Taiwan), Kiev (Ukraine), Porto (Portugal), Stuttgart (Germany), Haifa (Israel), etc.

Included in Who's Who (2002).

International Jury Member: Skopje (1976), Istanbul (2002), China (2003), Tehran (2006), Chisinau (2005).

National awards49. 

International awards: 103. Some of these are: 

First prizes: Skopje 1975 (Macedonia), Tolentino 1983 (Italy), Daejeon 1993 (Korea), Beringen 1995 (Belgium), Knokke-Heist 1996 (Belgium), Tehran 1996 (Iran), Nanjing 2003 (China), Presov 2004 (Slovakia), Rhodes (Grecia), Knokke-Heist 2005 (Belgium), Syria 2008.

Second Prizes: Skopje 1974 (Macedonia), Vercelli 1977 (Italy), Ankara 1993 (Turkey), Knokke-Heist 1981 (Belgium), Seoul 1991 (Korea), London 2008 (England).

Third Prizes: Gabrovo 1973 (Bulgaria), Tolentino 1975 (Italy), Vercelli 1977 (Italy), Knokke-Heist 1991 (Belgium), Ankara 1993 (Turkey), Tehran 2003 (Iran), Legnica (Poland).