Periodicals

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BELGIUM
Het Overzicht (The Overview) (Antwerp; Flemish; Michel Seuphor and Jozef Peeters, eds.; 1921-1925).
Covers by Jozef Peeters. [View]

BULGARIA

CZECHOSLOVAKIA

DENMARK
Plan Monde: kultur, økonomi, politik (later Plan) (Copenhagen; Danish; R. Broby-Johansen, Harald Rue,
Ester Borgesen, eds.; 1928-1932). Covers by unknown designer. [View]

FRANCE

GERMANY
Der Dada (Berlin; German; Raoul Hausmann, George Grosz, John Heartfield, eds.; 1919-1920). Covers by
Raoul Hausmann and John Heartfield. 

Illstrierte Geschichte Des Bürgerkrieges in Russland (Illustrated History of the Russian Civil War) (Berlin; German; Willi Münzenberg, ed.; 1917-1921; published as a set in 1929). Covers by John Heartfield. [View]

HUNGARY
MA: Aktivista Folyóirat (Today: Activist Journal) (Budapest and Vienna; Hungarian; Lajos Kassák, ed.;
1916-1925). Covers by Lajos Kassák and Farkas Molnar. [View]

ITALY
Futurismo: Settimanale dell'artecrazia italiana (Futurism: Weekly for the Italian Arts) (Rome; Italian; Flilippo Tommaso Marinetti, ed.; 1932-1933). Covers by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti.

JAPAN

THE NETHERLANDS
De 8 en opbouw (8 and construction) (Amsterdam and Rotterdam; Dutch; Johannes Duiker, founding
ed.; 1932-1942). Covers by Paul Schuitema.

POLAND

RUSSIA
Bezbozhnik (Atheist) (1922-1941) and Bezbozhnik u stanka (Atheist at the Workbench) (1923-1931)
(Moscow; Russian; Mariia Mikhailovna Kostelovskaia, ed.). Covers by Aleksandr Deineka and Dimitrii
Moor. [View]

Daesh’ (or Dayosh’ or Dayesh) (Let’s Produce or Give your all or You Give) (Moscow; Russian; Mariia
Mikhailovna Kostelovskaia, ed.; 1929-1930). Covers by Alexsandr Deineka, M. Dobrokovsky, and
Aleksandr Rodchenko. [View]

Novyi Lef (New Left) (Moscow; Russian; Vladimir Mayakovsky and Sergei Tretyakov, eds.; 1927-1928)
Covers by Aleksandr Rodchenko. 

SWITZERLAND

UNITED STATES
291 (New York; English; Alfred Stieglitz, ed.; 1915-1916). Covers by Marius de Zayas, Francis Picabia, and Alfred Stieglitz. 

Broom: An International Magazine of the Arts (Rome, Berlin, and New York; English; Harold
Loeb and Alfred Kreymborg, eds. 1921-1924). Covers by Juan Gris, Natalia Gontcharova, Halika,
Riichiro Kawashima, Fernand Léger, El Lissitzky, Jean Lurçat, Louis Marcoussis, Ladislas Medgyes, Edward Nagle, Luigi Pirandello, Enrico Prampolini, and Man Ray. 

Labor Defender (New York; English; organ of the International Labor Defense, the American section of
the Comintern's International Red Aid; various eds.; 1926-1937). Covers by J. Lois Engdahl. [View]