Un Interview d’Anatoly IVANOV | Artiste Autodidacte et Radical :
«Just Do It»
par Peter Gabor
pour Design et Typo / juin 2014
© tous droits réservés
à l’occasion de la sortie de son film Kvadrat (www.kvadratmovie.com) (un documentaire consacré au DJ Techno Andrey PUSHKAREV) Anatoly IVANOV revient sur sa carrière d’artiste photographe designer et cinéaste pour expliquer ses motivations et son sens de l’action radicale afin de créer son univers de représentations visuelles et musicales. Merci à Facebook de m’avoir permis de découvrir cet immense talent voici quelques années. :-)
«Les lois de thermodynamique ne permettent pas ce genre de comportement».
Asics 2004 sportswear collection worn by French sprint runners Marc RAQUIL and Leslie DJHONE
Lamp assembled by [unknown] German industrial designer in one of Berlin’s squats.
Circular wall lamp made by [unknown] German industrial designer in one of Berlin’s squats.
An old S-Bahn bridge in Berlin is no longer used after the city’s reunification.
A circular window to the outside in a contemporary architecture building.
Tunnel of the avenue du Général Lemonnier near the Louvre in Paris, FRANCE.
Fashn materializes my aversion to the Consumer Society (Konsumgesellschaft) practice of window-shopping, as well as to the superficial world of the Fashion industry.
Ilya KOROLEV studied at Moscow Architectural Institute before moving to New York, USA, to continue his education at Pratt Institute. He stayed in New York to work on various architecture projects.
A French painter of the New Abstract Expressionism, Christine AUGER creates amazing works using traditional paint. She then digitizes her paintings without any digital retouching manipulation. She interrelates abstract painting with new technologies and stresses the relevance of painting in the post-modern world.
A French painter of the New Abstract Expressionism, Christine AUGER
Born in Moscow in 1952, Gueorgui PINKHASSOV studied cinematography at VGIK (Superior Institute of Cinematography) in Moscow. Between 1971 and 1980, he worked for the studio “Mosfilm” in a team of cameramen. Andrei TARKOVSKY noticed PINKHASSOV and invited him to work as a still photographer on the set of Stalker. In 1985, PINKHASSOV moved to Paris and later became a French citizen. He joined Magnum Photos in 1988 and became a member in 1994. He works actively for the media. He has covered the major events of the time: Armenian earthquake, the coups in Moscow, events in Lithuania, Mongolia, Indonesia and Africa. He also creates advertising photographs for multinational corporations like Coca-Cola and France Telecom.
Photographer Gueorgui PINKHASSOV
Mexican film director Ivan KIREEV shot several short fiction movies before moving to Spain to work on advertising films.
Often called “downtown Switzerland”, Zürich is the largest city of Switzerland located in the upper Swiss midlands. Nestling beside Lake Zürich with stunning views of the Swiss Alps, Zurich retains much of its 19th-century charm. Zurich is the capital of a canton of the same name that joined the Swiss Confederation in 1351. Most of the 380,000 residents speak a form of German called Schwyzerdütsch. A former seat of the Reformation, Zurich is a staunchly Protestant city. Zurich is also a major center of international finance; the headquarters of five major banks are on Bahnhofstrasse, in the heart of the city. Built between the wooded slopes of the Uetliberg and the Zurichberg, Zurich is split by the River Limmat. Paradeplatz is the hub of Zurich and the central tram interchange. The square is dominated by the 1876 mansion of Credit Suisse.
A small city of 140 000, Bern (Berne in French) is nonetheless the federal capital of Switzerland. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bern have barely changed since Middle Ages, preserving the original medieval street plan, with its arcades, street fountains and defensive towers. The river Aare almost encircles the old-town to form a steep-sided peninsula.
Turn of the century Château des Crayères, set in a 21-acre park, was the residence of the Pommery and de Polignac families (owners of Champagne Pommery) until 1983 when Gérard and Elyane Boyer turned it into a sumptuous 19-room hotel and restaurant. Gérard Boyer and his father won their first Michelin star in 1966, a second star in 1971 and a third star in 1979. Les Crayères is one of the top properties of Relais & Châteaux hotels. It is decorated in a most definite French flavor. The fabrics and furniture give the feeling of an authentic yet home-like and cozy château during a time of opulence.
Turn of the century Château des Crayères, set in a 21-acre park, was the residence of the Pommery and de Polignac families (owners of Champagne Pommery) until 1983 when Gérard and Elyane Boyer turned it into a sumptuous 19-room hotel and restaurant. Gérard Boyer and his father won their first Michelin star in 1966, a second star in 1971 and a third star in 1979. Les Crayères is one of the top properties of Relais & Châteaux hotels.
Ruinart champagne cellars
Forests cover the steep hills of Kyburg, a municipality situated south of Winterthur, in the Canton of Zurich.
Xavier MONTFORT is a French tax law specialist at Clifford Chance Paris. Clifford Chance is a global law firm with areas of expertise in antitrust, banking and finance, capital markets, construction, corporate, e-commerce, insurance, intellectual property, international trade, litigation and dispute resolution, maritime, project finance, public policy, partnerships, real estate, tax, pensions and employment.
The world headquarters of Nestle occupies, in Vevey, one of the most remarkable administrative buildings of French-speaking Switzerland. Completed in 1960, this major work of the architect Jean Tschumi was extended in 1975 by the architects Burckhardt and Brugger, which doubled its capacity. Thirty five years later, the obsolescence of the equipment as well as the evolution of the functional and technical requirements led to the in-depth restoration of the original building of Jean Tschumi. This step led to a more in-depth intervention aiming at reinforcing the unit and the coherence of the Center, with an aim of providing the workers of Nestle a more open, transparent and efficient working environment. In this operation, the architects Richter and Dahl Rocha had to combine various levels of intervention, from restoration to the creation of new elements, in a deep respect for the spirit of the architecture of Jean Tschumi. A classified monument of canton de Vaud, the building features a contemporary architecture staircase by Jean Tschumi mimicked after Leonardo Da Vinci staircase of the French castle Chambord.
France athletics (track running) national team’s Marc RAQUIL (hair tainted in blond, 27 years old in 2004) and Leslie DJHONE (black hair, 23 years old in 2004) are training at the track of the city of Nogent-sur-Marne near Paris, France. Record setting runners, they specialize in sprint distances of 200m and 400m, both as individual and relay. Sponsored by Japanese shoe maker Asics, Gaz de France, Oakley and the city of Nogent, they are wearing a sportswear collection by Asics.
Climbing waterfall ice (frozen melt-water) in the Haute Savoie region in the French Alps.
Rock climbing at Ablon, limestone crags in the Thorens-Glières area of the Haute Savoie Alps.
Jan SKURATOWSKI is a Berlin-based Russian / German architect. He worked on large-scale projects in Paris, Lille, Moscow and Saint-Petersburg for such agencies as Dominique PERRAULT Architecture. He studied in UdK Berlin.
Portraits of DJ Andrey PUSHKARËV, main artist behind the DeepMix.ru Moscow web radio. He plays deep and minimal techno DJ sets (mostly vinyl), with a focus on quality, precision and finesse.
DJ Andrey PUSHKARËV
DJ Andrey PUSHKARËV
EasyJet flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport to Barcelona El Prat airport after sunset. On approach to runway 25R with starboard view of (left to right) Barcelona main port, Port Olímpic, Agbar Tower (blue).
EasyJet flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport landed on runway 25R in Barcelona El Prat airport after sunset.