Based in London, ZOLTAN+MEDIA supplies fully integrated creative services, branding, creative direction, design advisory, video production and journalism in contemporary art and culture / Vogue, Cartier, Assouline Publishing.
... or in another world, no pussyfooting, just being dedicated.
The company has an in-house video production collaborating with artists, galleries, designers, architects, publications and luxury brands creating videos for their online communication and installation projects / Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Christian de Portzamparc
Founder Zoltan Alexander is working as Creative Director, Video Producer, Journalist and Art Critic, demonstrating a true pro-active attitude, delivering a unique and creative solution with innovation and imagination. He is currently developing a cultural media programme, a series of personality interviews applying remotely directed videos and soundscapes of British and international artists.
In addition, Zoltan Alexander is part of the editorial team of ArtLyst. His reviews cover art exhibitions and international art fairs including Frieze London, Frieze Masters, ParisPhoto, PhotoLondon, PAD, Masterpiece, FIAC, 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair London & Marrakesh.
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Zoltan Alexander / history
Having graduated with MA Hons. in London, Zoltan Alexander gained recognition at British Vogue, subsequently moved to Paris to collaborate with French Vogue, major fashion and luxury brands including Comité Montaigne, LVMH, Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Christian Dior, Chanel, Cartier, Issey Miyake in Japan and in fashion photography with Harper's Bazaar in New York,
In 2000, he turned his focus to art direction and established his design company ZOLTAN+MEDIA to employ a wide range of powerful visuals to create brand imaging with definitive, contemporary style. His personal expertise is often sought out to establish new businesses, magazines and provide strong conceptual directions to brands and publications
To broaden his expertise in new media he spent 5 years in San Francisco. As an independent curator he collaborated with SFMOMA on their 75th Anniversary exhibition.
In 2010, he was invited by MOME Photography Department in Budapest, followed by IBS International Business School, Arts Management & Video Production to develop a series of lectures and consultations to a higher academic standard.
In 2014, the New York-based magazine Ubikwist offered him a dual position, that of Art Director, to set the general theme of the publication as well as Feature Editor, which entailed discovering emerging contemporary artists, produce features and interviews.
In 2016, he moved back to London to work with London Advertising and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group on their digital campaign “He’s a Fan”, produced online videos of Lucy Liu, Isabelle Huppert, and Morgan Freeman.
2020 is about creativity and it is also a new start to remotely direct video-interviews of international artists.