(1887 - 1942)
Nina Kogan was active/lived in Russian Federation. Nina Kogan is known for Painting and children's book illustration.
Biography Nina Kogan
Kogan was introduced to Kazimir Malevich in 1918 and invited by Marc
Chagall to move to Vitebsk in 1919, where she took the introductory
course in painting and drawing at the Vitebsk School of Art from 1919-22. Kogan was an active member of UNOVIS in 1920.
Nina choreographed and designed the sets and
costumes for a tableau vivant called Suprematist Ballet at the Latvian
Club in Vitebsk in 1920. She illustrated textbooks and worked as an artist
for the Reservoir Committee in Moscow from 1924-26.
Kogan then moved to Leningrad in 1926, where she abandoned Suprematism and returned to realistic art in late 1920s. She curated exhibitions at the Vyborg House of Culture and the
Museum of the Revo
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