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Ekran Screen #36 1926

M Alpert, P Usov, Y Gang

  • Year: 1926
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Theatre
  • Dimensions: Width: 19.70cm Height: 28.80cm

Constructivist magazine "Screen", issue №36 19 September 1926. Weekly magazine by "Working newspaper". Magazine follows recent developments in the USSR and abroad. Contains photographs by Max Alpert, prominent Soviet photographer, who was mostly known for his frontline work during World War II. One of the founders of Soviet serial reportage photography. This issue contains essay by N. Larionov about sport in Red Army, story "Trumps Won" by P. Yarovoi, illustrated by Yu. Ganf, Soviet Russian graphic artist, a People's Artist of the USSR, especially known for his satirical cartoons in the Krokodil magazine. Article "Farm labourers abroad" by A. Sashko. Published by "Rabochaya gazeta". Poor condition, back cover is missing, pencil handwriting on the last page. Modern staples, staining, rubbings, tears on the margin. 16 pages.

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