Enki Bilal

The Art of Enki Bilal

Enki Bila is best known for the Nikopol trilogy (La Foire aux immortels, La Femme piège and Froid Équateur), which took more than a decade to complete. Bilal wrote the script and did the artwork. The final chapter, Froid Équateur, was chosen book of the year by the magazine Lire.

His cinematic career was revived with the expensive Immortel, his first attempt to adapt his books to the screen. The film divided critics, some panning the use of CGI characters but others seeing it as a faithful reinterpretation of the books.

In 2012, Bilal was featured in a solo exhibition at The Louvre. The exhibition, titled “The Ghosts of the Louvre”, ran from December 20, 2012 to March 18, 2013. The exhibition was organized by Fabrice Douar, and featured a series of paintings of “Ghosts”, done atop photographs that Bilal took of the Louvre’s collection.


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