Kim Lim

1936–1997

Kim Lim, ‘Intervals II’ 1973
Intervals II 1973
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Kim Lim (1936–1997) was a Singaporean-British sculptor and printmaker of Chinese descent. She was most recognized for her abstract wooden structures as well as for her stone-carved sculptures that explored the relationship between art and nature. Her skills as a sculptress and printmaker won her recognition and her attention to the minute detail of curve, line and surface finish made her a unique exponent of minimalism.

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