Restoring the Legacy of a Lost Jewish Master of the Avant-Garde A Talk for the Limmud Festival of Jewish Life, Learning and Culture 2023 In early 1958, standing in front of his painting, I and the Village, when interviewed for the US press, Marc Chagall started to reminisce about his lost friends from the … Continue reading Restoring the Legacy of a Lost Jewish Master of the Avant-Garde
Building an Archive for Moissey Kogan Today is Moissey Kogan's 143th birthday. To celebrate, we would like to remind you of our efforts towards building an archive of material related to Kogan's life, career and oeuvre. Please see our new webpage dedicated to the Moissey Kogan Archive. Our aim in building an archive for Moissey … Continue reading Building an Archive for Moissey Kogan
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’
Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz and Beyond. Moissey Kogan (1879-1943) Just to remind you about our director, Helen Shiner's forthcoming online talk, Sculpting the Light: Avant-Garde to Auschwitz and Beyond. Moissey Kogan (1879-1943), for the Fritz Ascher Society for Persecuted, Ostracized and Banned Art as part of its monthly series, Flight or Fight. Stories of Artists … Continue reading A talk for the Fritz Ascher Society
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
This website and blog are being launched today to mark what is presumed to be the 75th anniversary of École de Paris sculptor, Moissey Kogan's death at Auschwitz in German-occupied Poland on 13 February 1943. Kogan was one of 998 prisoners (no. 290) on convoi 47 from Drancy transit camp. It left the station at Drancy-Bobigny, Paris, … Continue reading Launch of website to mark 75th anniversary of Moissey Kogan’s death at Auschwitz
Welcome! Welcome to the Moissey Kogan Catalogue Raisonné of Sculpture & Prints. We are still in the process of building the site, so please bear with us.