Laura Gascoigne

The spare, graceful, revelatory sculptures of Kim Lim

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Lim’s stone carvings were a revelation to me when I first saw them: Kim Lim working on ‘Twice’ (1966). Credit: Estate of Kim Lim / Turnbull Studio. All Rights Reserved, DACS. Photo: Jorge Lewinski. © The Lewinski Archive at Chatsworth. All Rights Reserved 2023 / Bridgeman Images

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