Season's Greetings Wishing all our followers and subscribers a wonderful festive season despite all that 2020 has thrown at us. May 2021 bring you happiness, peace, renewed health, and all success. Thank you for your continued support of, and interest in, the Moissey Kogan Catalogue Raisonné Project. We greatly appreciate it. … Continue reading Season’s Greetings
Ihre Neujahrswünsche aufs herzlichste erwidert. Das Atelier hatte schon Frucht gebracht, noch vor Ende des alten Jahres sind 3 neue Arbeiten entstanden. Das neue Jahr wird ein Fruchtbares sein. Ich kann mich jetzt bewegen und Melodien anklingen. [...] Ich danke Ihnen vom Herzen für all das Güte, daß Sie für mich thun. Ihr in … Continue reading Season’s Greetings to our followers
Moyssey Kogan, Primavera, bronze, 17 x 26 cm, 1907; illustrated in Otto Fischer, Das neue Bild, Munich: Delphin-Verlag, 1912, pl. XXVII; exhibited at the 2nd exhibition of the Neue Künstlervereinigung München, 1910; sole known copy held by Museum Folkwang Essen. Eine wundersame Begegnung - Gedenkstunde für Moissey Kogan Seht da ein homo novus, ein Begnadeter, … Continue reading ‘Eine wundersame Begegnung’ – a memorial concert for Moissey Kogan
Today I received an e-mail from the Bureau for Former Prisoners at the Archive State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau. In response to my request for information about whether it was possible to determine precisely when Moissey Kogan was killed at Auschwitz, they kindly wrote to inform me that, as I suspected, "during the evacuation and liquidation of … Continue reading News today from Auschwitz
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
As a result of orthographic transcription from the Russian, Moissey Kogan’s first name appears in the primary and secondary sources in many variant forms. His surname is almost exclusively spelt Kogan, occasionally Cogan. The choice of spelling for his first name appears to depend either on the conventions of the country concerned or on personal preference. Variants include Moissey, Moïse, … Continue reading A brief note on orthography
75th anniversary of the departure of convoi 47 from Drancy-Bobigny Paris to Auschwitz A ceremony is being held today at 12 noon (CET) at Mémorial de la Shoah, Paris, to mark the 75th anniversary of the departure of convoi 47 from Drancy-Bobigny station on its 2-day journey to the death camp at Auschwitz in German-occupied Poland. … Continue reading Ceremony to mark 75th anniversary of departure of convoi 47
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