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New Spectator Novyi Zritel #27/28 1928

K Savitsky, E Mordmilovich, A Volkonsky

  • Year: 1928
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Film
  • Dimensions: Width: 17.70cm Height: 26.40cm

Soviet magazine New Spectator focusing on theatre, film, stage and circus in Soviet Union. Including articles "Difficulties of the easy genre", "Sickness of the stage", "Ways of the stage", "Sentence". "Theatre of near days" talks about Leningrad TRAM, Soviet theatre, which existed in the 1920-1930's. It originates in the Leningrad Theatre of Working Youth, written by V. Rode. Constructivist cover. Upcoming film releases advertised on the back cover. Photographs accompanying most articles. Published by Teakinopechat, 22 000 copies. Good condition, rusty staples, staining, rubbings, small pencil handwriting on the front page. Minor loss of material on the top of the spine. 16 pages.

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