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Magazine made in the Soviet Union, No.11, 1990. The title of the magazine reads:”Soviet Photography”.
Sovetskoe Foto was the sole specialist photography magazine in the Soviet Union. Founded by the writer and editor Mikhail Kotsov in April 1926, it was published in Moscow, Russia, from 1926 to 1991.
Sovetskoe Foto’s editorials, letters, articles, advertisements for photographic chemicals and equipment, technical instruction and photoessays catered to a broad audience from professional photojournalists to amateur photographers, ‘worker–photographers and the camera clubs established post-WWII at almost every industrial plant and Palace of Culture throughout Soviet Union, and promoted the ‘worker photographer’ and the official photographic culture of the USSR, though it also carried examples of state-sanctioned international photography.