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Iskusstvo Leningrada (The Leningrad Art), journal

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ISKUSSTVO LENINGRADA (The Art of Leningrad), a monthly illustrated journal on politics, social affairs and art publicism. It circulated from July 1989 until April 1991 as an organ of the Ministry for Culture of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic and the Leningrad associations of creative unions (the editorial board was located at 22 Kalyaeva Street). G. F. Petrov held the editorial post. The periodical covered Leningrad's theater, music and art events, published poems, prose, plays, publicistic material, articles on the history and theory of art, copies of paintings by contemporary Leningrad artists, photographs. Among others Y. L. Alyansky, Е. F. Kovtun, А. А. Kravtsova, М. А. Zolotonosov, V. G. Perts, Y. М. Piryutko, I. G. Rayskin, Т. F. Selezneva, O. Y. Yakhnin (art editor) contributed to the journal. Sections Requiem (a passional for artistic political prisoners), Chronicle of vandalism (a chronicle of the city's losses), Neva archive (materials on the lives of Petersburg's prominent citizens).

O. L. Leikind, D. Y. Severyukhin.

Kovtun Evgeny Fedorovich
Kravtsova A.A.
Perts Vladimir G.
Petrov G.F.
Piryutko Yury Minaevich
Rayskin I.G.
Selezneva T.F.
Yakhnin O.Y.
Zolotonosov Mikhail Naftalievich

Zakharievskaya Street/Saint Petersburg, city, house 22

Saint Petersburg Literature and Arts Archives

SAINT PETERSBURG LITERATURE AND ARTS ARCHIVES, Central State (TsGALI SPb) (34 Shpalernaya Street), formed in 1969 on the base of the Central State Archives of the October Revolution of Leningrad

Theatrical Periodicals (entry)

THEATRICAL PERIODICALS. Theatre related information appeared in Petersburg periodicals (including special theatrical sections) when the first professional theatres sprang up in the mid-18th century: the newspaper Sankt-Peterburgskie Vedomosti, I. A