During fall 2016 a major retrospective exhibition featuring six decades of Misch Kohn’s work was celebrated at Indiana University Kokomo, in honor of the centennial of the artist’s birth. This display, in and of itself, served as a short course in post-World War II printmaking: from the early WPA lithographs through the startlingly evocative wood engravings of the 1950s, the technical innovations with etching and serigraphy of the 1960s, and his “all media” works of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.


Curator and author Jo Farb Hernandez with Gallery Director Tara Scott and Vice-Chancellor Jan Halperin at the exhibition opening in November, 2016.


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