Gathering at Kogo

We are organising a fundraising campaign Gathering at Kogo to enhance the engagement of the community through a more elaborate public programme, to evoke art purchases and support international networking for Estonian artists. The campaign includes an art auction, crowdfunding on Kickstarter, a monthly donations page on Patreon, the opportunity for one-time donations and a call to buy art.

Auction day

On the 5th of June, Kogo Gallery will hold a fundraising auction day with 53 artworks and sketches on sale. The pieces are generously donated by 22 artists from Estonia and abroad with whom the gallery has worked over the three years. The artists are: Eike Eplik, GolfClayderman, Bruno Goosse, Alexei Gordin, Edith Karlson, Mari-Leen KiipliKristi Kongi, Paul Kuimet, Xénia Lucie Laffely, Anastasia Lemberg-Lvova, Anna Mari Liivrand, Holger Loodus, Johannes Luik, Martiini, Eva Mustonen, Laura Põld, Anastasia Sosunova, Kadri Toom, Elīna Vītola, Thomas WattebledAmanda Ziemele, and Tanja Muravskaja.



On Patreon, you can set up a monthly donation to support Kogo Gallery and the artists represented by us. Supporters will get an insight into the gallery’s day-to-day work and may pitch ideas.

Support Kogo at Patreon

One-time donations

There’s also an opportunity to make a one-time donation.

Beneficiary’s name: MTÜ Kogo galerii
Beneficiary’s account: EE142200221072092333
Details: donation
Bank: Swedbank

Art buyer gets a VIP pass to Liste

To support both the gallery and the artists, we encourage you to buy artworks from our website. We will give a VIP pass for two to Liste Art Fair Basel to one buyer purchasing an artwork before the 5th of June. This year, Kogo Gallery participates at Liste, presenting works by Estonian artists Mari-Leen Kiipli and Eike Eplik. The fair takes place on September 20–26 in Basel, Switzerland.


After the auction, we will hold a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter. Stay tuned.

graphite on paper, 30 × 21cm, 2020
Etching on paper, edition 6/7, 38,5 × 27,8cm, 2019
Etching on paper, edition 7/7, 38,5 × 27,8cm, 2019
graphite on paper, 30 × 21cm, 2020