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Sedelnikov, et al.) M. Lisogursky, P. Pospelov, et al.
VSESOYUZNAYA SEL'SKOKHOZIAISTVENNAYA VYSTAVKA 1939 ("All-Union Agricultural Exhibition 1939"). First Edition.
Moscow: OGIZ, 1939.

Design by Nikolay Sedel'nikov. Cover by Boris Fridkin and Yevgen Mey.

Text in Russian. Decorated cloth. 601, (3) pp. Illustrated with photographs.

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Item ID: 00353R

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Sedelnikov) Stalin, Joseph.
OTCHETNY DOKLAD ("The Report to the XVII Congress of CPSU...")
Moscow: Partizdat, 1935.
Text in Russian. 4to (10 x 6-3/4) Decorated cloth. Profusely illustrated. Design by N. Sedelnikov. [Nikolay Sedelnikov: a well-known graphic artist, circle of Telingater, Rodchenko, Klutsis, Lissitzky.]

Item ID: 01435R

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Sedelnikov, Shteiner) Furduev, V. V.
KINO ZAVTRA ("Cinema Tomorrow"). First Edition
Moscow: Moskovsky Rabochy, 1929

Cover by Nikolay Sedelnikov (photopis'). Book design by L. Shteiner and Nikolai Sedel'nikov (Constructivism). Text in Russian. 7-1/4" x 5-1/4" softcover. 243 pp. Illustrated. 4000 copies only.

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Item ID: 01844R

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Telingater, Sedelnikov, Freiberg) Mekhlis, et al. (Editors)
GEROICHESKAYA EPOPEYA ("Heroic Epic"). Album of Photo Documents. First Edition
Moscow: "Pravda"/Partizdat, 1935

Editors: Lev Mekhlis, et al. Design by Paula Freiberg, Solomon Telingater and Nikolay Sedel'nikov.

Text in Russian. Folio (13-1/2" x 10") hard cover (with soft cloth, imitation suede?), decorated and titled to front and spine. Monochrome and color photographs, illustrations and maps throughout, some folding, many mounted. With two flag-shaped place marks (pennants). Original slipcase. 5000 copies only.

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Item ID: 02241R

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Sedelnikov, Ignatovich, et al.) Editor-in-chief P. Novitsky
BRIGADA KHUDOZHNIKOV ("Artists' Brigade"). Magazine of Space Art. No. 2-3
Moscow: GIII, 1931

Text in Russian. Folio (12" x 8-1/2") Stapled wraps. Profusely illustrated.

Editor-in-chief: Pavel Novitskiy.
Cover by Nikolay Sedelnikov. Photographs by Boris Ignatovich.

Authors: Aleksey Mikhailov, Devid Arkin, et al.

Artists: Aleksandr Labas, Arthur Fonvizin, et al.

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Item ID: 02677R

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Sedelnikov) Tretyakov, Sergey
LITERATURA MIROVOY REVOLIUTSII ("Literature of the World Revolution"). Journal of MORP. No. 9-10
Moscow: GIKhL, 1932

Double issue.

Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 7") Softcover. 160 pp. Illustrated with photographs. Rear cover missing; last page torn.

Editor-in-chief S. S. Dinamov. Editor of the Russian Edition Sergei Tretiakov.

Cover and layout by Nikolay Sedel'nikov - not by Alexander Rodchenko (Hellyer) or Solomon Telingater (Krichevsky).

Authors: Anatoly Lunacharsky, et al.

Biographies - Books review - Chronicle - Culture abroad - France - Germany - History - Literary critique - Magazine review - Poetry - Politics - Propaganda - Prose - Religion - Revolution - Translations - United States - Workers - Youth - etc.

Getty Cat. No. 458. British Library Cat. No. 287.

Reproduced: "Oblozhka (The Cover)" (see p. 172).

Rare in any condition. Not in MOMA. Not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 03063R

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Sedelnikov) Tretyakov, Sergey
LITERATURA MIROVOY REVOLIUTSII ("Literature of the World Revolution"). Journal of MORP. No. 7
Moscow: GIKHL, 1931

Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 7") Softcover. 128 pp. Illustrated with caricatured by William Gropper.

Editor-in-chief Bruno Jasienski.

Cover and layout by Nikolay Sedel'nikov - not by Alexander Rodchenko (Hellyer) or Solomon Telingater (Krichevsky).

Books review - Chronicle - Culture abroad - Germany - History - Japan - Literary critique - Magazine review - Poetry - Politics - Propaganda - Prose - Religion - Revolution - Spain - Translations - United States - Workers - Youth - etc.

Getty Cat. No. 458. British Library Cat. No. 287.

Reproduced: "Oblozhka (The Cover)" (see p. 172).

Rare, especially in such condition. Not in MOMA. Not in NYPL.

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Item ID: 03065R

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Sedelnikov) Tretyakov, Sergey
LITERATURA MIROVOY REVOLIUTSII ("Literature of the World Revolution"). Journal of MORP. No. 9-10
Moscow: GIKhL, 1932

Double issue.

Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 7") Softcover. 160 pp. Illustrated with photographs. Rear cover missing; last page torn.

Editor-in-chief S. S. Dinamov. Editor of the Russian Edition Sergei Tretiakov.

Cover and layout by Nikolay Sedel'nikov - not by Alexander Rodchenko (Hellyer) or Solomon Telingater (Krichevsky).

Authors: Anatoly Lunacharsky, et al.

Biographies - Books review - Chronicle - Culture abroad - France - Germany - History - Literary critique - Magazine review - Poetry - Politics - Propaganda - Prose - Religion - Revolution - Translations - United States - Workers - Youth - etc.

Getty Cat. No. 458. British Library Cat. No. 287.

Reproduced: "Oblozhka (The Cover)" (see p. 172).

Rare in any condition. Not in MOMA. Not in NYPL.

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Sedelnikov) Tretyakov, Sergey
LITERATURA MIROVOY REVOLIUTSII ("Literature of the World Revolution"). Journal of MORP. No. 7
Moscow: GIKHL, 1931

Text in Russian. 4to (10-1/8" x 7") Softcover. 128 pp. Illustrated with caricatured by William Gropper.

Editor-in-chief Bruno Jasienski.

Cover and layout by Nikolay Sedel'nikov - not by Alexander Rodchenko (Hellyer) or Solomon Telingater (Krichevsky).

Books review - Chronicle - Culture abroad - Germany - History - Japan - Literary critique - Magazine review - Poetry - Politics - Propaganda - Prose - Religion - Revolution - Spain - Translations - United States - Workers - Youth - etc.

Getty Cat. No. 458. British Library Cat. No. 287.

Reproduced: "Oblozhka (The Cover)" (see p. 172).

Rare, especially in such condition. Not in MOMA. Not in NYPL.

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Telingater, Sedelnikov, Freiberg) Mekhlis, et al. (Editors)
GEROICHESKAYA EPOPEYA ("Heroic Epic"). Album of Photo Documents. First Edition
Moscow: "Pravda"/Partizdat, 1935

Editors: Lev Mekhlis, et al. Design by Paula Freiberg, Solomon Telingater and Nikolay Sedel'nikov.

Text in Russian. Folio (13-1/2" x 10") hard cover (with soft cloth, imitation suede?), decorated and titled to front and spine. Monochrome and color photographs, illustrations and maps throughout, some folding, many mounted. Original slipcase. 5000 copies only. Some pages may be loose but complete and clean. Getty Cat. No. 120.

Reproduced in Book on photography (see p. 164). "AMONGST THE GRANDEST SOVIET PHOTOBOOKS, the monumental Heroic Epic celebrates one of the most glorified events in 1930s Stalinist Russia -- the epic Arctic voyage of the icebreaking ship Chelyuskin. This tale of exploration was mythologized as much as the British expeditions of Shackleton and Scott".
Reproduced also in Karasik (see pp. 107, 108, 109, 110, 111).

Rare. Not in MOMA, not in British Library, not in NYPL.

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Auction records: Christie's April 2008 sold for $12,500


Item ID: 03975R

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Telingater, Sedelnikov, Freiberg) Mekhlis, et al. (Editors)
GEROICHESKAYA EPOPEYA ("Heroic Epic"). Album of Photo Documents. First Edition
Moscow: "Pravda"/Partizdat, 1935

Editors: Lev Mekhlis, et al. Design by Paula Freiberg, Solomon Telingater and Nikolay Sedel'nikov.

Text in Russian. Folio (13-1/2" x 10") hard cover (with soft cloth, imitation suede?), decorated and titled to front and spine. Monochrome and color photographs, illustrations and maps throughout, some folding, many mounted. Original slipcase. 5000 copies only. Some illustrations missing or may have tears or creases. Slipcase in fragile condition. Getty Cat. No. 120.

Reproduced in Book on photography (see p. 164). "AMONGST THE GRANDEST SOVIET PHOTOBOOKS, the monumental Heroic Epic celebrates one of the most glorified events in 1930s Stalinist Russia -- the epic Arctic voyage of the icebreaking ship Chelyuskin. This tale of exploration was mythologized as much as the British expeditions of Shackleton and Scott".
Reproduced also in Karasik (see pp. 107, 108, 109, 110, 111).

Rare. Not in MOMA, not in British Library, not in NYPL.

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Auction records: Christie's April 2008 sold for $12,500


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Sedelnikov, Nikolay)
NIKOLAI SEDEL'NIKOV. Catalogue
1982
In preparation
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