Mystets’ka trybuna

Mystets’ka trybuna [«Мистецька трибуна»; Art Tribune]. A semimonthly illustrated art journal published by the All-Ukrainian Committee of Art Workers in Kharkiv in 1930–1 (a total of 33 issues). Mystets’ka trybuna published art and film criticism and theoretical articles. It devoted special attention to art education and the debates on the development of Soviet Ukrainian art. Its contributors included many prominent artists, critics, and writers, among them Les Kurbas, Anatol Petrytsky, Oleksander Dovzhenko, Marian Krushelnytsky, and Dmytro Hrudyna.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 3 (1993).]

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