If you have visited our website over the past few weeks, you may well be aware that the Moissey Kogan Catalogue Raisonné is launching a new venture in the coming days - a newsletter. The Moissey Kogan Catalogue Raisonné NewsletterMore and more people are following the Moissey Kogan Catalogue Raisonné project online and are approaching … Continue reading A new venture
With the Soul of a Tanagra PotterIn early 1954, a eulogy for Moissey Kogan was published in the Jewish Quarterly.* Its author was the art dealer from Hamburg, Gustave Delbanco. He lamented the fact that nothing had been done - no obituary had been published, and no memorial exhibition had been held - to mark … Continue reading With the Soul of a Tanagra Potter
Old Collections 2021 has been a very gratifying year, in which works by Moissey Kogan have emerged from several old collections. In many cases, the present owners have lodged their collections with the Moissey Kogan Catalogue Raisonné Project, for which we are extremely grateful. Collectors' submissions represent very important contributions to research and, ultimately, to … Continue reading Old Collections and a Seasonal Gift
Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz. Moissey Kogan (1879-1943) For anyone who was unable to attend our director, Helen Shiner's talk yesterday, 4 August 2021, for the Fritz Ascher Society, New York: Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz. Moissey Kogan (1879-1943), as part of its series, Fight or Flight: Stories of Artists under Repression, … Continue reading Recording of ‘Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz’
Moissey Kogan at the Museum de Wieger A number of sculptures by Moissey Kogan is currently featured in a show at the Museum de Wieger, Deurne in the Netherlands. The exhibition, entitled Van Armando tot Zadkine. Collectie Lex en Leonie van de Haterd, is being held to mark the retirement of museum curator, Lex … Continue reading Moissey Kogan at the Museum de Wieger
Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz and Beyond. Moissey Kogan (1879-1943) I am delighted to inform you that I have been invited to give an online lecture about Moissey Kogan: Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz and Beyond. Moissey Kogan (1879-1943), to the New York-based Fritz Ascher Society for Persecuted, Ostracized and Banned Art as part … Continue reading Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz and Beyond.
Provenance issues in the work of Moissey Kogan One of the prime concerns for an editor of a catalogue raisonné is to establish which works purported to be by the artist are, in fact, lifetime works. There are various ways of doing this, some more technical than others, depending on the medium in question. The … Continue reading Provenance issues in the work of Moissey Kogan