Recent work

Changing the landscape



Sarah Kogan is a British artist and curator who works in the East End of London. Current exhibitions include Miniscule Venice, curated by Vanya Balogh, 58th Venice Biennale 2019; Minicsule 2, curated by Vanya Balogh, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal UK 2019 and New Doggerland, curated by artist Jane Millar, Thames-Side Studios Gallery, London 2020. Current curatorial projects include Transcend, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London 2020. From 2016-18 Kogan's multimedia First World War visual arts installation, Changing the Landscape, was supported by public funding from The National Lottery through Arts Council of England and exhibited in four international and national venues including: Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Cogliandrino (MACC) Italy, curated by artist Stephen Nelson; The National Archives UK; Atrium Gallery, LSE and Manchester Central Library, with a public engagement of over five million online and live visitors. In addition, in 2018 Kogan curated the multimedia exhibition, Space Shift for APT Gallery, London supported by art critic Richard Dyer. In 2017 she was selected by Alison Wilding for Creekside Open 2017 at the APT Gallery, London. Kogan has been a guest lecturer at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL, The Estorick Collection and on the groundbreaking Art of Psychiatry module, Bethlem Royal Hospital. Contributions to presentations and academic conferences include The Photographers' Gallery, British Library, The National Archives UK and Roehampton University.