Ohio Memory has published a new post, “Happy Halloween from the Kokoon Club!”
Just over 100 years ago, a group of Cleveland artists founded a unique group known as the Kokoon Arts Club, in the interest of promoting Modernism and exploring the avant-garde form of “art nouveau” which they saw as the new direction in the art world. The Kokoon Club (sometimes spelled Kokoon Klub) was started in 1911 by Carl Moellman and William Sommer along with thirteen other charter members, most of whom worked as commercial lithographers in Cleveland’s nationally-recognized printing industry. According to the club’s roster, the name […]
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Happy Halloween from the Kokoon Club!
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