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Prozhektor was a prominent illustrated literary arts and satirical magazine published in Moscow from February, 1923 through 1935 by Pravda Publishing House. The magazine printed the drawings of the best Soviet artists and caricaturists... Deineka, Kozlinsky, Breia, Eliseev, Miliutin, Kustodiev, Ganf, Lebedev, Rotov, Efimov, the Kukryniksy, Deni, Moor and others.
Prozhektor had its own correspondents in Western Europe and the U.S. Up to 70 photos appeared in each issue (photo reportage, photo montage, photo portraits) with works by Alpert, Olga, Elizavita and Boris Ignatovich, Debabov, Petrusov, and others; and Constructivist design advertising on many of the back covers.
Prozhektor, along with Krasnaia niva and Ogonëk, were founded in 1923 and each played a pivotal role in stimulating the development of photojournalism in the Soviet Union.