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The works of Andy Bridge, an artist best known for his work in the famous Life of Pi's book cover, are going on display in Cambridge's Kings parade gallery. Set to open May 23rd and last until June 16th, the gallery will feature a wide range of artists in addition to Mr Bridge, including a set of sculptures by up and coming Emma Taylor.
Artwork by the man behind the Life of Piís famous book cover is going on display at a Cambridge gallery.
Andy Bridge, whose illustrations have also graced the covers of Hilary Mantelís Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, is one of several artists taking part in Byard Artís exhibition.
Writing on the Wall, which is opening next week, will be the first time the artistís work will have gone on show in the city.
But at the exhibition, the books themselves will be relegated to the galleryís window - while aluminium sheets rivited together and painted with emulsion will be positioned in pride of place.
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