New York: Art Front, 1936. An important, if now seldom-seen, publication, whose editorial board included Stuart Davis, Louis Lozowick, Joe Solman, Angel Flores, Henry Glintenkamp, Jacob Burck, William Gropper and others. Though not officially affiliated with any political party, Art Front was a major proving ground for revolutionary social-realist art and artists, and the site of numerous public battles over the question of abstraction versus representation. The current issue features content on the stance of the American Artists' Congress on war and fascism, an article on Alexander Brook, the A.A.C.'s union show, and Louis Bunin's article "The Pictures and Puppets of Yosl Cutler," et al. Scarce. Quarto (30.75cm); illustrated wrappers, stapled; 14pp; illus. 2 faint vertical creases, with light wear, some foxing and small stains to extremities; Very Good, complete copy.