When there is only an independent Journalist, Art Critic who has a single role, it is easy. One could even stop there.


When that very person runs a design company for over 15+ years in Paris, London, Tokyo, San Francisco and since 2016 London again, actively working as a creative and highly innovative person, who started working as an illustrator at British Vogue, consequently moved to Paris to collaborate with Vogue France, Libération and dozens of other international magazines, fashion and luxury houses such as Dior, Chanel, Saint Laurent, Cartier and LVMH, eventually becoming a Fashion Photographer in New York at Harper’s Bazaar USA, a New Media Designer in San Francisco, an Art Director in Japan at Issey Miyake, and years later in NewYork at Ubikwist magazine, a Creative Director and Brand Creator in 2016, in London, at London Advertising for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, producing online videos with Isabelle Huppert, Morgan Freeman and Lucie Liu, a Contributing Artist and Photographer at Assouline Publishing USA, a Contributing Artist and Curator at Cartier for the "Panthère" travelling exhibition, a Filmmaker in the movie business, and an Art Critic in contemporary art between London and Marrakesh....... well, the story gets slightly more complex.


Roles are juxtaposed but isn’t that the point when you work in visual art?






Now, the official release.






Having spent over 20 years in Paris, Zoltan Alexander, Founder of ZOLTAN+MEDIA, returned to London in 2016, for an assignment.


As a Creative Director and Art Director, he collaborates with magazines to set the general theme and style of the publications, creates stunning layouts and as a Contributing Artist, Photographer and Journalist provides editorial content with drawings, graphic design, photography, articles and interviews for their art, fashion and culture columns. He has extensively worked in publishing with British Vogue, Vogue France, Libération (France), Citizen K International (France), Blast (France), Donna (Italy), Interview (USA), Harper's Bazaar (USA), Ubikwist (USA), Edge and Ryuko Tsushin (Japan), amongst many other international publications.


He spent many years in the fashion and luxury industry collaborating with LVMH, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Chanel, Givenchy, Saint Laurent, Caron Parfums, Cartier, Comité Montaigne, Drouot Montaigne, Comité Montaigne, in Japan with Issey Miyake, in New York with Assouline Publishing, and with Christian de Portzamparc Architects in Paris.


Currently, Zoltan Alexander works as an independent Journalist, Cultural Editor, Art Director and Filmmaker. He demonstrates a true, proactive, result-driven, innovative and passionate attitude, delivering a unique solution in publishing, branding, contemporary design, and supplies fully integrated creative services, creative direction, art direction and journalism.






Zoltan Alexander scours the world for the very best in contemporary art and photography. He regularly meets with established and emerging artists, photographers, actors and designers to feature their work and to cover exhibitions and international art fairs.


He frequently reports on Frieze London, Photo London, PAD, Thaddaeus Ropac, White Cube, Houghton Hall, Tate Modern, 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair London/Marrakesh, Paris Photo, Louis Vuitton Foundation, Venice Biennale and Bourse de Commerce/Pinault Collection.


As an independent curator, he collaborated with SFMOMA in San Francisco on their 75th Anniversary exhibition, and recently with Cartier on their two-year travelling exhibition "Jeanne Toussains / Cartier Panthère” exhibition.





To broaden his expertise in New Media Design, he spent 5 years in San Francisco, in brand advertising. Upon his return to London, he created a digital communication campaign for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group with London Advertising, producing online films starring Lucy Liu, Isabelle Huppert and Morgan Freeman.





Following his recent collaboration with renowned British artist Anish Kapoor, Lisson Gallery and C.Coppola Production, he is currently developing a series of feature documentaries on contemporary art including Anish Kapoor’s latest installations at the Galleria Dell’Accademia and the Plazzo Manfrin, at the Venice Biennale 2022.