Kim Lim : space, rhythm & light / edited by Abi Shapiro ; with contributions by Bianca Chu, Joleen Loh, Hammad Nasar, Adele Tan, Wenny Teo and Ming Tiampo.

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Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Lund Humphries in association with The Hepworth Wakefield, 2023.
Description
127 pages : illustrations (black and white, and colour), portraits ; 26 cm

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"Drawing together key works from the impressive oeuvre created by Kim Lim (1936-1997), this survey explores the dynamic and unique aspects of the artist's career and her legacy within modern British art history. Including the expert interpretations of leading art-world specialists, focus is given to a range of themes from the relationship between Lim's sculpture and printmaking, to the importance of materials and her travel photography in influencing her work. Including discussion of Lim's marginalisation in the histories of British sculpture since her death, this publication rightfully positions the artist and her remarkable body of work centre stage"--Publisher's description.
Notes
Published to accompany an exhibition held at The Hepworth Wakefield, 25 November 2023 - 2 June 2024.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 122-123) and index
Contents
  • Space, rhythm and light in Kim Lim's work : an introduction / Abi Shapiro
  • 'Space is the tension between forms' : contrapuntal paradigms and Kim Lim's essence of form / Ming Tiampo
  • The light of day / Wenny Teo
  • An invitation to play : 'quiet mischief' and 'slipperiness' in the work of Kim Lim / Hammad Nasar
  • 'Call and response' : Asia and Kim Lim / Joleen Loh and Adele Tan
  • On devotion : some questions on the practice of an estate / Bianca Chu.
Other title(s)
  • Space, rhythm & light
  • Space, rhythm and light.
ISBN
  • 1848226667 (hardcover)
  • 9781848226661 (hardcover)
OCLC
1373609836
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