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Red Peper Krasnuy Perets #11 1923

N Kupreyanov, B Antonovsky, A Radakov, Y Ganf

  • Year: 1923
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Satire
  • Dimensions: Width: 27.00cm Height: 35.80cm

Soviet satirical illustrated magazine "Red Peper", one of the most popular print edition of the satirical and comic profile in the USSR. Supplement to the newspaper "Rabochaya Moskva". One of the most important place is occupied by a satire on international themes. Angry speeches against colonialism, deceitful bourgeois freedoms, venality and opportunists of various stripes are being published. At the same time, the heroism of the working class in the struggle against the bourgeoisie and its ideologists is shown. The object of constant ridicule was red tape and red tape in Soviet institutions and enterprises. Illustrated by great Soviet artists such as N. Kupreyanov, B. Antonovsky, A. Radakov and Yu. Ganf. Written by many great writers such as A. Isbach, Russian and Soviet writer, literary critic, journalist. V. Ardov, Russian Soviet writer, satirist, playwright, screenwriter, essayist and cartoonist. Edited by Boris Volin, Soviet historian, journalist and politician. Published by newspaper "Rabochaya Moskva", 12 000 copies. Good condition, some minor dust and water staining, frayed pages. Pencil handwriting on the cover. 16 pages.

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