DANCE ME TO THE MOON ART COLLECTION IS DONATED TO THE WORLD-FAMOUS SCIENTIFIC INSTITUTION
In commemoration of the 15th anniversary of The Rogatchi Foundation and the 30th anniversary of the Rogatchi family’s international philanthropy work started with their first international cultural charitable organisation Arts Against Cancer ( AAC), the predecessor of The Rogatchi Foundation, a special donation has been done by the Foundation.
The chairman of The Rogatchi Foundation Michael Rogatchi and the President of the Foundation Inna Rogatchi has donated the DANCE ME TO THE MOON 20-piece collection of art works by Inna Rogatchi to the Italian National Institute of Health at the special ceremony in Rome, Italy.
Dance Me To The Moon collection consists of 20 art works in the special genre created by Inna Rogatchi, Lux Sei Photo Art ®, the fine art photography that provides psychological comfort to viewers. This art direction developed by Inna Rogatchi is used successfully at various medical, social, cultural and public institutions in Finland, United Kingdom, United States, Spain, Japan, Israel and the other countries. In Finland, the Inna Rogatchi art of this direction is used at the famous, the one of the best in Europe Moikkonen Rehabilitation Oncology Centre and in the hospice in Turku, South-Western Finland. In the UK, at the several well-known hospices. In Israel, the works are on the permanent display at the HaRambam Medical Centre in Haifa, the biggest one in the Middle East. In Spain, Inna’s works are used as a mean of psychological therapy and rehabilitation by the National Oncology Association , and the same is done in both the US and Japan.
In Italy, the 20-piece collection donated to the world-famous scientific institution will be permanently exhibited at the Italian National Health Institute’s Museum. Among the other international public and cultural institutions that have the art collections by Inna Rogatchi are the Permanent Art Collection of the European Parliament, the Permanent Art Collection of the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs; Permanent Art Collection of the Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs; the Permanent Art Collection of the Vilnius Public Jewish Library, Lithuania; the Permanent Art Collection of the HaRambam Medical Centre, Israel; the Permanent Art Collection of the Memorial Museum, Dnepr, Ukraine; the Permanent Art Collection of the South-Western Oncology Society, Finland, and many other international public institutions.
The artist and The Rogatchi Foundation are very glad that the able and motivated team of the Italian National Institute of Health will be able and willing to use these stimulating and comforting art work in their encouraging humanistic work which is resulted, in trade-marked Italian way of Enlightenment, in very fruitful union between science, medicine, psychology and arts.