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Ekran Screen #36 1928

P Petrokas, Y Shifrin, P Grohovsky, M Dobrokovsky

  • Year: 1928
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Current Affairs
  • Dimensions: Width: 23.00cm Height: 31.50cm

Constructivist magazine Screen, issue number 36, 1928. Weekly magazine on recent developments in the USSR. A photograph of a Red Army soldier on the front cover, advertisements for ‘The Working Newspaper’ on the back cover. List of artwork inside: photos by P Petrokas for the article "Two Trains in One Minute", photo by Ya Shifrin for the article "Five Hundred Thousands Machines", photos by P Grohovsky for the article "A Roll of Light and Laughter" and illustrations by M Dobrokovsky for the article "Human". Mechislav Dobrokovsky was a graphic artist, book and magazine illustrator, painter and poster artist. Dobrokovsky was a member of the Society of Easel Artists, participated in the 1st and the 3rd exhibitions of this society. Since 1923 Dobrokovsky collaborated with the magazine "Bezbozhnik u Stanka" (“Atheist at the Machine”), where he worked with A Deyneka, D Moor and M Cheremnykh. After becoming friends with D Moor and under his influence, Dobrokovsky became engaged in poster art. He created posters: "Kaveh the Blacksmith" (1921), "Song of the Collective (1928) and "We are Going Full Steam Ahead on the Path from Industrialization to Socialism" (1931). In 1925 Dobrokovsky was awarded a gold medal and a diploma at the International exhibition of fine and decorative arts in Paris. Fair condition. Rubbings and staining. Rusty staples. Frayed pages, tears on margins. Pencil handwriting on the back cover. 15 pages. 

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