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Emma Kohlmann: Watercolors
Emma Kohlmann
Anthology Editions
Release Date
2 April 2024
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Over the past decade, artist Emma Kohlmann has harnessed the expressive possibilities of watercolor to develop an astonishing and intimate practice. In the resounding fluidity of her paintings, Kohlmann maps the lineaments and concavities of embodied moments with exquisite sensitivity, celebrating a sensuality freed from analysis and disabusing gender and the human body of their exhausted mythologies. Containing hundreds of selections from 2011 to 2021, during which Kohlmann crafted countless works on paper using sumi-e ink washes and other techniques, Emma Kohlmann: Watercolors is a survey of an artist working intuitively to generate representative possibilities that are playfully otherworldly and resolutely, thrillingly free.

Emma Kohlmann (born 1989 in The Bronx) lives and works in Northampton, MA. Since receiving a B.A. from Hampshire College, she has gone on to exhibit extensively in the United States and internationally, including at Jack Hanley Gallery (New York, NY), V1 (Copenhagen, DK), and The Journal/Tennis Elbow (New York, NY). A frequent collaborator with artists, writers, musicians and designers on zines, clothing, and ephemera, she also co-founded and runs Mundus Press with her sister, Charlotte Kohlmann. This is her first book.

Audrey Wollen is a writer and critic whose work has appeared in Artforum, The New York Times, Bookforum, The New York Review of Books, The New Yorker, and The Nation. She is based in New York.

LD Deutsch is a writer and scholar whose work deals with time, consciousness, and the narratives and nature(s) of reality. She has had essays published by Sacred Bones, Cixous72, and Mundus Press, and has presented lectures at Pioneer Works, the Knockdown Center, and Zebulon Cafe. She lives in Los Angeles.

Mark Iosifescu is a writer and musician from New York City. He is the co-founder of Pleasure Editions, a small press publisher of avant-garde literature, poetry, translation, and fine art, and he has been editor of Anthology Editions’ line of music and culture books since 2017.


9.5 inches x 11.5 inches
332 pages, 258 Images
ISBN: 978-1-944860-49-3

Silkscreen Print
8 inches x 8 inches
280gsm paper, 11 colors

Emma Kohlmann

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