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|Born||Robert Anthony Sims|
October 11, 1998
Southaven, Mississippi, U.S.
|Baptised||October 11, 1998|
|Known for||Fine Art|
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Robert Anthony Sims (October 11, 1998), known professionally as Asimsart (often titled as A. Sims), is a Mexican-American fine artist from Memphis, TN. His art work is described as being extemporized dichotomies such as order and chaos, wealth and poverty, life and death. Much of his work stems from the Taoist/Daoist philosophy of the Tao or "The Way" that the universe guides individuals through unplanned rhythms of life.
Robert Anthony Sims was born October 11, 1998 in Southaven, MS. He was put into speech classes and accelerated learning courses. Sims also grew up in a very unstable living environment with a single mother, however, on weekends he would stay with his friend in a very stable lifestyle. These constant juxtaposing dynamics gave Anthony the root of his artistic drive. 
A. Sims started his art journey as a graffiti tagger in Memphis, TN. Robert had first gallery show at Jack Robinson's Gallery. In June of 2019 Robert was featured at the Memphis Current magazine release party. Shortly after the magazine release A. Sims met with Diana Vachier, the owner of Steve Kaufman's rights and licensing at B.J. Spokes Gallery in Huntington, NY where he would join the American Pop Art Inc. collective. Upon leaving New York, Asimsart moved from Memphis, TN to Dallas, TX. Within a few weeks of being in Dallas A. Sims did an exhibition at the Where?House in Denton, TX.  In November of 2019 Robert had a show at the Conception Arts fair and created cover art for a NugLife song Ft. Issa Gold called "Long Flights."  Around the beginning of 2020, Sims would work again with NugLife but this time with Yung Simmie on the song "No New Friends." 
A. Sims displayed his works in early 2019 in Jack Robinson's Memphis, TN gallery. Shortly after he became a featured artist for the Memphis Currents 2019 spring magazine release. He joined Steve Kaufman's online art gallery at the American Pop Art Inc. In 2020 Sims returned to Memphis, TN for his show "Manufactured Studios" where he displayed alongside artist Julien Yray, Kea Woods, and Noah Womack.
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