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Transitus: Illustration as Material Crossing Ground
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Abstract

Review of: , Raymond Briggs, curated by Katie Currach and Nicolette Jones

Cambridge University Library, Cambridge, 29 April–26 August 2023

, a touring exhibition from the Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration, was installed at Cambridge University Library from 2 April to the 26 August in 2023. The collection, courtesy of the Raymond Briggs Archive and Penguin Random House, consists of annotated page designs and original illustrations selected from over sixty years of award-winning work. From fairytales to political satire, this exhibition showcases the intricate detail and deep emotional resonance of Briggs’ work; a legacy of powerful storytelling which has moved so many readers, old and young alike, over the decades.

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  • Article Type: Other review
Keyword(s): children’s literature; comic; exhibition; illustration; picturebook; political
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