A group exhibitions featuring watercolors posters by international artists.
Daniele Milvio’s “Watercolours, Chapter I” exhibition poster takes after the poster for Paul Thomas Anderson’s feature film Magnolia (1999). The medium’s liquidity begets speed, touch and mistakes, but it also encourages wistful strokes. Motifs in watercolor invite comparison to children’s designs—but they more often than not insinuate mannerism and gravity. For Emily Sundblad, watercolors are for window gazing and longing for a tangle of sweaty limbs in a dark room somewhere. Urban Zellweger uses a lot of liquid in his watercolors on paper and to thin the paint in his works on canvas.