Kim Simonsson (1974) is award-winning Finnish Swedish sculptor who uses ceramics as his medium. He is fascinated by the possibilities of the material and experiments with the surfaces of the sculptures as well, such as the moss like decoration he invented with nylon fibre. Simonsson has exhibit his life-sized animal and children sculptures world wide in solo and group exhibitions.
His works are in a number of public and private collections such as Victoria and Albert Museum, Arario Gallery, Racine Art Museum and Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art.
Kim Simonsson is presented by Galerie Forsblom in Helsinki, Jason Jacques Gallery in New York and Galerie NeC in Paris. The sculptor lives and works in Fiskars Village, Finland.
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