Berlin: Rimon, Paperback. Item #41385
First edition. Original wrappers. 4to. 48 +  pages. 32cm. In Yiddish. Milgroym was published bi-monthly in separate Hebrew and Yiddish editions (The Hebrew editions were titled “Rimon”) from 1922-1924 for a total of 6 issues and "embraced the study, both retrospective and contemporary, of art in all its manifestations – painting, sculpture, music, theatre. " In Geveb called Milgroym "arguably the most visually stunning of the interwar Yiddish journals." Each issue contains illustrations and literary works from a wide array of Jewish artists. Milgroym also published works by the likes of Chaim Nachman Bialik, Jacob Klatzkin, Marc Chagall, El Lissitzky, and A. Z. Idelson. The present issue features an essay on the Synaoguge of Mohilev, with illustrations, by El Lissitzky; and essay on Jewish Artists in Russia by Henryk Berlewi, an essay on the Magen David by Moses Gaster; an essay on the Posthumous Work of Israel Wachser by Chaim Bialik, as well as other articles and illustrations, many in color. For a detailed analysis of the importance and cultural context of Milgroym, see Naomi Brenner's excellent essay, "Milgroym’s Cultural Context (https://ingeveb.org/blog/milgroym-s-cultural-context), part of In Geveb's series on Milgroym and other interwar Yiddish journals. For more on Milgroym, see the In Geveb special issue dedicated to this wonderful periodical (https://ingeveb.org/issues/the-milgroym-project). SUBJECT(S):Jews -- Periodicals. Yiddish literature Jewish arts -- Periodicals. Art, Modern -- 20th century -- Periodicals -- Yiddish. Germany. Jüdische Kunst. OCLC: 1200783324. Wrappers are very lightly soiled and browning. Spine is worn. Internally Very Good. (ART-27-6A).