Nadim Karam (b.1957), Lebanon

Wishing Flower

Sculpture, Stainless steel, 500x372x337cm , 2013
Location:  d'Leedon Level 1, Singapore


Part child and part flower, this playful work by Lebanese sculptor Nadim Karam engages us in the realm of fantasy. Within the petals are overlapping characters taken from the artist's rich vocabulary of whimsical forms, reminding us of his larger family of city sculptures which he fondly terms "Urban Toys". Nadim says of this sculpture, "Wishing Flower is the instant when childhood dreams, innocent and fantastical, scatter their magic to the wind".

Artist’s Biography

Nadim Karam is trained as an architect. He works with diverse media including painting, sculpture and writing, fusing various cultural influences. The resulting artworks transcend borders with they own narratives. Nadim established Atelier Hapsitus in 1996 which brings his architecture, art, and design work together in one place.

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