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Fri, Jun 07

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Oddfellows Hall, online and as replay

Kim Lim and modernist sculptors

More than 25 years after her death, the legacy of Kim Lim reveals critical contemporary issues to expand the story of art. This talk will highlight the significance of the Singaporean-British sculptor and printmaker within the postwar artistic landscape of women sculptors. more info below

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Kim Lim and modernist sculptors
Kim Lim and modernist sculptors

Time & Location

Jun 07, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Oddfellows Hall, online and as replay, 15 Parkshot, Richmond TW9 2RG, UK

About the Event

Recently celebrated with a number of exhibitions, it is time to highlight the importance of the sculptor Kim LIm. As with her near contemporaries, Ruth Asawa, Dorothy Dehner, and Barbara Hepworth, Kim Lim engaged with abstraction, with a visual language of light, rhythm, space, and balance.

Drawing on her Southeast Asia heritage, her profound understanding of the natural world and global cultures,  Lim’s explorations of ideas, process, and materials, reveal transcultural perspectives that heralded changes in the cosmopolitan society we live in today.

Join Sophie Lachowsky as she dives into the life and work of contemporary sculptor Kim Lim.

Upon booking an automated email will be sent including instructions on how to join.

A recording will be available to members of the AHL database.

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