Bykhovsky, Mayakovsky, Kamensky, Evreinov, Sarian, et al.) Editors: M. Gindin, et al.|
PLAMYA ("Flame"). Illustrated Literary-Artistic and Satirical Magazine. Complete Run
Tiflis: Zaria Vostoka, 1923-1924
21 issues, all published
Constructivist covers by Alexander Bykhovskiy (color lithographs).
Text in Russian. Folio (from 9" x 12-1/2" to 14-1/8" x 10-5/8") stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated: photographs, drawings, photomontage. (Each issue contains dozens of illustrations).
Editors: M. Gindin, A. Karinian and Mamiya Orakhelashvili.
Authors: A. Arosev, Aleksandr Kazbek, Aleksei Sidorov, Alexander Chachikov, Anatoly Lunacharsky, Boris Pilnyak, Egishe Charents, Georgy Kreitan, Grigory Robakidze, Ilya Chavchavadze, Lev Trotsky, M. Kol'tsov, Mikhail Zoshchenko, Nikolay Evreinov, Ovanes Tumanian, Paolo Yashvili, Petr Oreshin, Sergei Obradovich, Titsian Tabidze, Vasily Kamensky, Vasily Lvov-Rogachevsky, Vazha Pshavela, Vladimir Mayakovsky, et al.
Artists: A. Bazhbeuk-Melikov, A. Kutateladze, A. Liubimov, Akop Kodzhoyan, Aleksandr Bykhovski, Boris Efimov, D. Kutateladze, F. Varlamashvili, I. Toidze, I. Toporkov, Konstantin Rotov, M. Gotsiridze, Martiros Saryan, O. Sharleman', S. Nadareyshvili, Sh. Mamaladze, Spirin, V. A. Sergeev, V. Lebedeva, V. Lekht, Vasily Krotkov, et al.
Photgraphers: B. Kozak, et al.
"Golubyie Rogi" - Adzharia - Archeology - Architecture - Art exhibitions - Aviation - Azerbaijan - Baku - Batumi (Batum) - Caricatures - Caucasian art and architecture - China - Chronicle - Cinema - Ethnography - Exhibitions - Fascism - Fleet - Folklore - France - German Expressionism - Germany - Graphics - India - Ingushetia - Japan - Lado Gudiashvili - Lev Trotsky, Literary critique - Memoirs - Monumental art - Monuments - Music - Niko Pirosmanishvili - Obituaries - Oil - Painting - Persia - Photography - Poetry - Propaganda - Prose - Red Army - Religion - Revolution - ROSTA - Satire and humor - Sculpture - South Osetia - Sukhumi (Sukhum) - Theater - Tiflis (Tbilisi) - Tobacco - Translations - Transportation - Travel notes - etc.
Because of political reasons (reference to Trotsky, etc.) publishing of many early Soviet periodicals (especially provincial ones) was suspended, all published issues were destroyed and very few survived.
Very Rare set, especially complete. Not in MOMA. Not in Getty. Not in British Library. Not in NYPL.
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Item ID: 03117R
Price: Upon Request
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