Saint Clair Cemin
Saint Clair Cemin (born Cruz Alta, Brazil in 1951) is a postmodern sculptor. Saint Clair Cemin lives and works in New York City and Beijing. His work encompasses multiple styles, approaches, and materials, from neo-surrealism to furniture to toys in popular culture to the history of sculpture. In 1990 Saint Clair Cemins’ first public sculpture was installed in the town of Reston, Virginia. Since then he has had large public monuments installed throughout the world, including “Open” in Schaumberg, Illinois, “Tree” in Bergen, Norway, “Spring” in Båstads Kommun, Sweden. The monument, “Supercuia”, pictured aside, is in Porto Alegre, Brazil and was completed in 2003. He received the Biennial Award from the Ueno Royal Museum and the Hakone Open-Air Museum in Japan in 1995.