"On paper, Emma Kohlmann’s journey as an artist reads as pretty untraditional. She didn’t study art, but history and theory, and rather than moving to a big city to pursue her career, she instead moved from her home of the Bronx, and grew as an artist in a countryside town. Both of these aspects are now key to her work; the prehistoric influence to her trademark flowing figures, and the evident freedom with which her practice flourished, not held back by the financial and spatial constraints of inner-city life" - Olivia Hingley for It's Nice That 

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