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Georgi Zelma 
Agitprop group, Taschkent 
1920s (mid) 
Gelatin silver print 
11.7 x 17.8 cm 
Bassenge Photography Auctions 
Photography, 6 June 2018, Lot: 4318 
In the early 1920s Georgi Selma studied camera technique at the film studio Proletkino and became an apprentice at Russfoto. From 1924 - 1947 he was a photographer for Russfoto in Moscow and Taschkent. As of 1928 he began using a Leica camera. From 1936 - 1945 he was part of the Red Army photography staff and a photojournalist for the magazine Iswestija. The photo offered here is a rare early image by Selma and shows the performance of an agitprop group in Taschkent, Soviet Russia. The slogans on the banners are in the Usbek and Russian language stating: "Greetings to the Workers". 

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