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"Kim" is a compelling bronze standing nude sculpture crafted by the esteemed artist Robert Graham (1938-2008). This exquisite piece encapsulates Graham's mastery in capturing the human form with remarkable finesse and depth. With intricate details and a profound sense of grace, "Kim" embodies the artist's reverence for the human body as a vessel of beauty and contemplation. Through this sculpture, Graham invites viewers into a contemplative dialogue about the essence of human existence and the timeless allure of the human figure.

Signed: R. Graham (on the base of the sculpture) 
Numbered 6/6

Robert Graham, a celebrated Mexican American sculptor, is acclaimed for his expansive public artworks and intricate bronze sculptures. Throughout his extensive career, Graham honed a distinctive style characterized by intricate depictions of the human form, ranging from delicate female nudes to grandiose public monuments. Born in Mexico City, he pursued studies at the San Francisco Art Institute before traversing to London and eventually settling in Los Angeles.

One of Graham's pivotal achievements was the creation of the Olympic Gateway for the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. His portfolio boasts numerous significant civic works, notably the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, D.C., and the Duke Ellington Memorial in New York City, both completed in 1997. His pieces are prominently housed in esteemed institutions like the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Additionally, Graham holds the distinction of designing the National Medal of the Arts, the U.S. government’s highest honor for artists.

Graham's penchant for sculpting the human form, capturing its intricacies and nuances, stems from his profound fascination with human experiences, emotions, and societal connections. His sculptures often fuse elements of sensuality, grace, and vitality, inviting viewers to contemplate the human condition and the interplay between individuals and their environments.

The monumental scale of his public artworks reflects his desire to create immersive experiences, where the audience is not merely spectators but actively engaged participants. His dedication to portraying the human figure with intricate detail and emotional resonance underscores his belief in art's power to communicate and evoke profound sentiments, making his sculptures both visually captivating and emotionally resonant.


Height 77"  (195 cm)
Width 14"  (35.5 cm)
Depth 14"  (35.5 cm)

Executed in 1984.