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Soviet Screen Sovetsky Ekran #3 1927

S Zaltser, E Mandelberg, V Deni

  • Year: 1927
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Cinema
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 31.00cm

Constructivist film magazine Soviet Screen was a weekly magazine on recent developments in film in the USSR. Still from the movie "Zare" on the front cover. This issue's articles: "Lift the Blockade" by I Urazov, "The Cinema Apparatus of the Indians" by C Gyndukush, "World Cinema" by I Abramsky and A Goldman, "How I Filmed Zare" by A Bek-Nazarov. List of artwork includes illustrations by S Zaltser, E Mandelberg and V Deni. Viktor Nikolaevich Denisov, best known by the shortened pseudonym Viktor Deni, was a Russian satirist, cartoonist and poster artist. Deni was one of the major agitprop poster artists of the Bolshevist period. After the October Revolution Deni worked for the Litizdat (the state publishing house), an agency founded in June 1919 to coordinate the various publishing centres on behalf of the Bolsheviks. He produced nearly 50 political posters during the Russian Civil War, including some of his most well known satirical work. Deni subsequently focused on producing newspaper cartoons that addressed foreign policy issues. During the German-Soviet War (World War II), he returned to the medium of the political poster together with several other prominent poster artists of the Civil War such as Mikhail Cheremnykh and Dmitry Moor. Fair condition. Frayed spine, rubbings, creases, a hole in the material on the top right corner on pages 1-12. 14 pages.

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