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Thirty Days 30 Tridtsat Dney #4 1929

A Deyneka, P Karmen, V Kozlinsky, M Cheremnykh, A Radakov

  • Year: 1929
  • Country: Russia
  • Language: Russian
  • Movement: Constructivism
  • Subject: Current Affairs
  • Dimensions: Width: 17.50cm Height: 26.00cm

Soviet magazine Thirty Days, issue number 4, 1929. An illustrated constructivist monthly magazine on current affairs, art and literature in the Soviet Union. Published by Five Years publishing house in Moscow. A stylised black and green constructivist front cover. This edition includes articles entitled ‘Forward to the Broken Trough’ and a feature entitled ‘Vladimir Ilich - Taxpayer’ on Lenin. List of artwork includes: illustrations by A Deinek for the story ‘Misha’, photographs by P Karmen for the article ‘By the way - About Bread…’, illustrations by V Kozlinsky for the story ‘Wild Blood’, illustrations by V Kozlinsky for the verse ‘Flood’, illustrations by M Cheremny for the story ‘Official Note’, illustrations by A Radakov for the story ‘Town of Winds’. Poor condition, inside section of magazine detached from covers. Frayed spine and edges of pages, pages 65-80 ripped along the top edge and loose from rest of magazine. 80 pages.

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