Memorial Service for Denis Cohn

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Denis Cohn, founder of the Denis Cohn Gallery, died in Fiji on 14 December and was cremated at Wailoaloa Beach, Nadi. The Denis Cohn Gallery represented many of New Zealand's leading contemporary…

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Denis Cohn, founder of the Denis Cohn Gallery, died in Fiji on 14 December and was cremated at Wailoaloa Beach, Nadi. The Denis Cohn Gallery represented many of New Zealand's leading contemporary artists throughout the 1980s and Denis was widely known within the arts sector as having an exceptional eye and also being a generous supporter of young artists. Denis Cohn, founder of the Denis Cohn Gallery, died in Fiji on 14 December and was cremated at Wailoaloa Beach, Nadi. The Denis Cohn Gallery represented many of New Zealand's leading contemporary artists throughout the 1980s and Denis was widely known within the arts sector as having an exceptional eye and also being a generous supporter of young artists.All who knew Denis are warmly invited to attend the memorial service to be held in Auckland.

Date: Saturday, 20 January 2007
Time: 11am
Venue: St Mathew-in-the-City, 187 Federal Street, Auckland

Refreshments will be served at St Mathews following the formal part of the service.

Image © Adrienne Martyn

Click here to go to the obituary of Denis Cohn from the NZ Herald.

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15 Jan 2007

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