Anastasia Dutova (1983), Franco-Russian photographer, resident for many years in the Geneva region. She finds her passion in capturing portraits, focusing on artistic images associated with the characters in her sessions. Anastasia seeks to depict the subject's personality through artistic techniques using color, light and composition as brushes to paint captivating pictures. Her style is characterized by the combination of colors, shapes, mixing of textures with the use of multi-exposure, the use of natural and artificial light, as well as the deliberate exaggeration of certain details or colored accents.

Her goal goes beyond simple physical representation, seeking to reveal the unexplored beauty of the human soul, which she tries to convey in her photographs. Her gaze is fixed on the search for the potential inherent in each person and she strives to add a touch of magic and creation, often imperceptible in the rush of daily life.

Anastasia's work was greatly influenced by artists such as Vrubel, Marc Chagall, Van Gogh, Gauguin, the Pre-Raphaelites and Impressionists, as well as the films of Pedro Almodóvar. This convergence of inspirations is evident in her distinctive style, where each image becomes an emotional and artistic exploration.

Anastasia finished her studies in RGUTIS (Moscow) for a Master of Fashion Design and Photography in 2010, and since then she continues to do personal projects and collaborate with brands, companies and personal commissions.


  • 2004-2010

    Master of Fashion Design and Photography, RGUTIS, Moscow

  • 2009-2010

    Visual Communication, HEAD, Geneva

  • 2010-2011

    Collaborator of Jean Revillard, Rezo Photography Agency, Geneva, Switzerland

  • 2013

    Collaborator of Tillmann Franzen

  • 2022 - 2023

    Personal lessons in photography with photographers: Sergei Sarakhanov, Anna Grazhdankina, Natalia Zhukova


Auer Chocolatier


Espace Musical

Louis Vuitton Genève





  • 2024

    Online exhibition invisible threats by Artdoc Magazine, the "Lines of Life" series

  • 2024

    Festival "Lectures Plurielles", Chambery, France. photograph illustrating the novel by Julie Bonnie

  • 2024

    PhotoGeneve Festival, Switzerland, the “Lights of the Soul” series

  • 2012

    Atelier JV17, Carouge, Switzerland opening of photos

  • 2011

    Open Show Switzerland, photo project “Illusions”

  • 2009

    “Fiesta” photography selected for exhibition at the ancient theater and cultural center L’Aquila (Italy)

  • 2008

    Personal exhibition “In search of meaning”, St. Petersburg


  • 2023

    Photo Vogue Italy, Portrait category, photo from the “Lights of the Soul” series

  • 2023

    Photo Vogue Italie, Lifestyle category, photo “Life in the Alps”

  • 2023

     Iconic Artist Archive

  • 2023
    Lens Culture, Portrait Awards, Editors Pick
  • 2022

    Photo Vogue Italie, Portrait Category, “Mother Portrait”

  • 2011

    Picto Prize for Young Fashion Photography, Paris, finalist

  • 2009

    International photography competition “Photos in red”, L’Aquila (Italy), Photo “fiesta” selected among the finalist works of the competition and exhibited

  • 2008

    Хth Caucasian International Design Festival “Fedoriz”, Mineralnye Vody, Special Prize for high level of professional quality of presented works

  • 2008

    Annual student art festival “Automne Estudiantin”, 2nd place in the “Art Gallery” category, Moscow

  • 2005

     “Photography Fashion Competition”, 2nd place, Graduate FASHION international week, Moscow


  • March 2019

      Editorial project for Crush Magazine, France

  • September 2013

      Photo report “The “Mohicans” of the UN, "The City" magazine, Switzerland

  • July 2013

    Portrait of Cécile Kyenge, "The City" magazine, Switzerland

  • July 2013

    Portrait of Laura Thompson, "The City" magazine, Switzerland

  • June 2013

      Portrait of Jean Stern, "The City" magazine, Switzerland

  • January 2013

    Valais Symmetries, "The City" magazine, Switzerland

  • February 2012

    Illusions, Open Show Magazine, Switzerland

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