Provenance

Inna Rogatchi (C). Tale XXI. Watercolour, ol pastel, wax pastel, lapice pastel, crayons Luminance, encre l’alcool on authored original archival print on cotton paper. 50 x 70 cm. 2020.

Provenance of Inna Rogatchi’s artworks:

*As a Special Art Prizes of The Rogatchi Foundation, Humanist of the Year Award: Finland, Lithuania, Italy, the UK, the USA, Poland, Germany, France, and the other countries.

*As original prototype for The Rogatchi Foundation HELICON Award for Aspiring Artist, Rome, Italy.

*The Museum, Italian National Institute for Health, Rome, Italy. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Children’s Hospital, University of Turku, Finland. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Centre for Art & Law. New York, the USA. Permanent Art Collection.

*University of Tel-Aviv, Israel. Permanent Art Collection.

*Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Austria. Permanent Art Collection.

*Ghetto & Holocaust Historical Museum, Riga, Latvia. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Association of Canada Holocaust Survivors. Permanent Collection.

*HaRambam Hospital and Medical Centre, Haifa, Israel. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Chicago Film Festival, Chicago, the USA. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Jewish Cultural Centre, Tallinn, Estonia. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*National Council for Arts & Culture, Israel. Permanent Art Collection.

*The JerUSAlem Connection Inc., Washington D.C., the USA. Permanent Art Collection.

*Municipality of Jerusalem, Israel. Permanent Art Collection.

*Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland. Permanent Art Collection.

*Western Marble Arch Synagogue, London, the UK. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*New York Jewish Children’s Museum, New York, USA. Permanent Art Collection.

*Antonio Riva Fashion House, Milan, Italy. Permanent Art Collection.

*The European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium. Permanent Art Collection.

*Baglioni Group, Milan, Rome, Florence, Venice, Italy. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*History of the Holocaust Menorah Museum, Dnepr, Ukraine. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*House for Elderly. Dnepr Jewish Community, Ukraine. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Orphanage for Girls. Dnepr Jewish Community, Ukraine. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*Orphanage for Boys. Dnepr Jewish Community, Ukraine. Permanent Art Collection, on Display.

*National Council of Arts, Riga, Latvia. Permanent Art Collection, on Display and Awarded as an art Prized to leading Latvian musicians and cultural personalities.

*The Museum, Academic Philharmonic, St Petersburg, Russia, Permanent Art Collection, On Display.

*Vilnius Jewish Public Library, Vilnius, Lithuania. Permanent Art Collection.

* Rehabilitation centre & residence, Moikkonen Centre for Oncological Patients, Oncological Society, West-Southern Finland, Permanent Art Collection, on Display, Turku, Finland.

*Numerous leading private collections, including the family estates of Raoul Wallenberg’s family ( Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, and France), Leonard Cohen’s family ( the USA), Elie Wiesel’s family ( the USA), Lord Rabbi Jonathan and Lady Sacks family, Varda and Shalom Yoran’s family ( the USA), maestro Evgeny Kissin’s family ( France and the Czech Republic),prof. architect Rainer Mahlamäki’s family ( Finland), Brig. General James M. Hutchens and Pat Mercer Hutchens family ( the USA), and many other notable private collections in Finland, Italy, the UK, the USA, Canada, Australia, Austria, Spain, France, Poland, Germany, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Israel, Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia.