131 artists united for a colouring book on contemporary art

From Cattelan to Adrian Paci, over a hundred artists have been called to create original drawings that can be downloaded for free and coloured. A way to express creativity in times of quarantine.

Coloring albums have in recent years become a widespread practice, intended not only for children (as in origin) but especially for adults. A creative way to take a break, at the end of the day, and relax through the therapeutic effect of colors.

Now that the reasons for tension are several, because of the Coronavirus pandemic that forced Italy into quarantine, the artists decided to join and make their own contribution by realizing, a page each, a great coloring album of contemporary Italian art. The Colouring Book is an idea by Rossella Farinotti and Gianmaria Biancuzzi. The drawings can be downloaded or printed from the online platform Milano Art Guide and then coloured. The Colouring Book will be constantly updated with new contributions.

The Colouring Book #0030. Irene Balia, Pigiama Party. Courtesy of the artist. © Irene Balia.

The artists partecipating until now are: Maurizio Cattelan, T-yong Chung, Andrea Contin, Cool Couple, Roberto Fassone, Matteo Fato, Ettore Favini, Irene Fenara, Cosimo Filippini, Anna Franceschini, Goldschmied & Chiari, Paolo Gonzato, Emilio Isgrò, Corrado Levi, Lorenza Longhi, Luca Loreti, Claudia Losi, Dario Maglionico, Masbedo, Samuele Menin, Marzia Migliora, Ornaghi & Prestinari, Adrian Paci, Parasite 2.0, Marinella Senatore, Sissi, Patrick Tuttofuoco, Nico Vascellari, Vedovamazzei, Serena Vestrucci Giulio Zanet among others.

The Colouring Book
An idea of:
Rossella Farinotti and Gianmaria Biancuzzi

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