Name: Yuri Ivanov (Yuriy Ivanov)
Middle name: Ivanovich
Birthday: February 3 1964 (55 years old)
Place of Birth: from. Bird, Stavropol Territory
Eastern horoscope: The Dragon
Ivanov Yuri Ivanovich
Born October 26, 1951.
Soviet Russian theater and film actor.
In 1978 he graduated from the Yaroslavl Theater School (course of G. Menshenin, T. Kanunnikova).
He played at the Severodvinsk Drama Theater (1978-1983), the Moscow Theater "School of Dramatic Art".
In absentia he graduated from the directing department of GITIS (1987, workshop of A. Vasiliev).
Since 1984 he was an actor of the Yaroslavl Theater of Young Spectators.
Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (1995).
Passed away October 18, 2019.
Skapen - “Tricks of Skapen”,
Egorov - “Excess of Power”,
Trofimov - “The Cherry Orchard”,
The burgomaster - “The Most True”
Belous - “City at the Dawn”,
Zemtsov - Cruel Intentions
Chairman - “Proletarian Mill of Happiness”,
Borozdin - “Eternally Alive”,
Luke - “At the Bottom”
Giorgio - “The Plague on Both Your Homes,”
Lorenzo - Romeo and Juliet,
Father - “Six characters in search of the author”,
Chebutykin - “Three Sisters”,
Zaleshin "Shine but not warm."
Serpent Gorynych - Yu. Kim "Miracles in the snake swamp",
Jester - G. Gladkov "Bremen Town Musicians",
Mr. Spencer - V.Mikheeva "The Catcher in the Rye" (based on the eponymous novel by D. Selenger),
Cranberry - W. Shakespeare “Much Ado About Nothing,”
A.S. Pushkin "Pushkin. Forever ",
Grandfather - Alejandro Casona “Morning Fairy”,
"The anger of a slave is the love of the Sultan,"
Participation in society
For example, it is worth noting that, thanks to financial assistance, a children's clinic for 440 beds and an obstetric corps of urban gynecology in Stavropol were restored. It is possible to put in his asset that he does not disregard veterans of the Great Patriotic War and invalids, orphans - by erecting residential objects he allocates apartments for socially vulnerable citizens from the housing stock. And in 2009, the company solemnly transferred to the ownership and balance of the city 2 small-family kindergartens, erected in a new residential neighborhood.
What else can be said about this amazing person, sponsor and philanthropist? Thanks to the financial support of the general director of YugStroyInvest, a complete reconstruction of the temple located in the village of Novomikhailovsky was carried out, in addition, a church was erected with his money in a residential neighborhood of Stavropol's hometown, named after Prince Vladimir.
Ivanov Yuri Ivanovich - a businessman from Russia, who became the founder of the GC "YugStroyInvest". This company is the main developer of Stavropol and is in 4th place in the overall Russian rating among various construction organizations. The company was awarded an honorary Golden Badge, which indicates that it is the "Reliable Developer of Russia."
Yuri Ivanovich Ivanov
The company also became a laureate of the All-Russian contest "One Hundred Best Products of Russia", which have become traditional in the country. Ivanov Yuri Ivanovich YUGSTROYINVEST heads since the foundation of the company.
The entrepreneur was born on 02/03/1964 in the village of Ptichye, Stavropol Territory. The talented engineer also holds a law degree in civil / industrial engineering. He studied at the Stavropol North Caucasus Technical University.
Merits and achievements of the patron
Yuri Ivanovich can boast of many achievements, but not in the principles of a philanthropist he is proud of them - his deeds speak for him. At the very beginning, he restored the temple in his native village, and the merit of the construction of new churches. If we talk on points, then in the charity list you can put:
- It was he who at one time was awarded the honorary medal of the Orthodox Church of Russia and the certificate of honor, which he personally received from Patriarch Kirill.
- From the regional Ministry of Construction, Yuri Ivanovich was awarded the title - Honorary Builder of the Russian Federation, and personally awarded him with the award “For Diligence and Utility” by the head of Stavropol.
- Among his awards, special attention can be paid to the 3rd degree badge of honor “Stavropol Cross”, the eponymous medal for services to his hometown.
- In the circles of the Orthodox Church, Yuri is also honored, and the patriarch personally awarded him the Order of Danila of Moscow. All this is for his help to the church, when Yuri rebuilt and built more than one temple with his own strength and help.
This is not a complete list of awards and honorary orders, which Yuri Ivanovich was awarded.
After graduating in several specialties in 2013. A businessman opens a USI company, starting the construction of his first facility - a 6-story residential facility in Stavropol.
Businessman Yuri Ivanov
Four years after the start of the company’s work, a major project begins - the construction of the Olimpiysky microdistrict in the southwestern part of the city. Complex development is carried out according to the concept "City in the city." To ensure maximum comfort for residents of new buildings, infrastructure facilities are being actively built, in particular:
- cultural institutions
- sports / playgrounds
- schools, kindergartens and more.
Landscaping in the immediate vicinity of new buildings was also carried out. The construction of the microdistrict began in 2007. after bringing to the territory of the road, various utilities. At the same time, in 2010, the residential complex was safely completed, its operation began. Ivanov Yuri Ivanovich Stavropol continues to develop, so almost immediately starts a new construction - a residential complex with the interesting name "Perspective".
The achievements of YUGSTROYINVEST do not end there, as it continues to develop the city. As mushrooms grow in Stavropol, high-quality new buildings of the USI, the micro-district "Panorama" appears. Then the company builds the Gubernsky residential complex in Krasnodar. In 2016 the construction of the residential complex "Red Aksai" in Rostov-on-Don.
Yuri Ivanovich is engaged not only in business, but also finds money and time for charity. In the village of Ptichye, where Ivanov was born, the church was reconstructed with his support. Also in the village of Novomikhaylovsky an Orthodox church was opened.
Currently, Yuri Ivanovich continues his activities and continues to erect the temple of Equal-to-the-Apostles Prince Vladimir in the Perspektivny residential complex, located in Stavropol.
Yuri Ivanov helps Orthodox monasteries
Over the past years, donations to various Orthodox monasteries have been made. Also, the company of the philanthropist allocated money to support the construction of the Stavropol Cathedral. Financial assistance was provided to the Rosinka orphanage, the organization of the city’s disabled people, and the Wrestling Federation.
All the time, Yuri Ivanovich lives with the problems of Stavropol, so he continues to provide all possible assistance to organizations that need it. For this reason, the businessman was repeatedly awarded with medals, awards "For Services to the City of Stavropol" and many others for his active support of the city and his great contribution to its modern development.
Yuri Ivanov from Volgograd
For a long time, the authority of Vladimir Kadin was watching Volgograd. He was respected by all the local criminal leaders who, in case of conflict, immediately arrived at his audience. Kadin did not have any lawlessness. He himself prevented a similar phenomenon, sometimes quite severely. Naturally, under his “wing”, the beholder gathered only those people who were sensible, and sometimes far from obvious crime. However, despite such a stereotype prevailing in the grouping of Vladimir Kadin, his fighters were not averse to running into businessmen with harsh methods.
At one point, the young boxer Yuri Ivanov was next to the beholder. Apparently he saw in the guy the makings of a real leader who is not alien to the human. Ivanov was also not frostbitten, he tried to solve issues using words, not pistols. Having been a simple fighter for some time, Ivanov soon grew to the deputy chief. Kadin appointed him to the post of treasurer of the organized criminal group.
Standing on the other side of the law, Yuri Ivanov immediately came into the view of the security forces. They had long been watching Kadin, and a new man in his entourage interested them. When it became known that Ivanov was in charge of the black cash register, he was detained in an attempt to bring at least some charges. However, nothing was “instilled” against the detainee, and Ivanov was released. In the future, he will also be detained several times, but he will again leave the pre-trial detention center without trial or investigation.
In August 2011, a killer will kill Vladimir Kadin, and Ivanov will lead the brigade. At that time, he had already begun to develop a legal business, apparently trying to completely switch to a legal position. They say that he, like his boss, continued to host both businessmen and bandits, acting as an arbitrator. However, he was quickly ousted from the post of the beholder, as many bandits could not accept him in such a place. Ivanov had little experience in resolving conflicts, unlike the former boss, and Kadin deserved his authority for years. Therefore, soon the city was occupied by various bandit groups, which only a dead watcher could resist.
Sergey Zhukov in court
How it happened that Sergey Zhukov remained offended by him is unknown. As the source suggests, most likely this is not about household trash or personal insult, but about the fact that once Ivanov made a decision not in his favor in one of the disputes. After that, they began a protracted conflict, ending with the assassination of authority.
Yuri Ivanov: nothing can be done halfway
“In my life, everything happens by chance. I didn’t plan to become a photojournalist either; the dream was radio technology, ”admitted Yuri Ivanov, who was among the best photographers on the planet. On the eve of World Photography Day, which is celebrated on August 19, the author of the pictures, which the whole world knew about our country, told how the legendary “Fly” was created - the best photo of the world in a decade, why he collected a hundred horses in Ratomka and what frame is missing in it portfolio.
It all started with Znamenka
I called Yuri Sergeyevich to arrange a meeting, and he, without hesitation, answered: “Come.” An hour later he meets on the 8th floor of the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts, where he works as a specialist in public relations. Slender, elegant and smiling. At 77 he looks at 55. Perhaps because he has been doing what he loves all his life:
- The camera appeared in my 10 years. Dad gave it to me. And the first shot was a portrait of parents. But I came to journalism by accident, my dream was radio engineering.
Yuri Ivanov was born in Simferopol. When the war began, the military factory in Feodosia, where his father worked, was transferred to Uralsk. There, the young man graduated from high school, and in 1956 he moved to Minsk with his parents. He entered the Polytechnic Institute at the energy faculty. He studied at the evening department, in the afternoon he worked at the radio equipment factory as an installer. After the first course, they were drafted into the army:
“He served three years at the cosmodrome in Plesetsk.” It was a classic army service: on a classified base with the address "Moscow-400". After her, something changed in me, suddenly pulled in the humanities. He began to write poetry, sketches, and in 1962 he organized the satirical newspaper “RIF” (“Drawings of Disappearing Figures”) at the Komsomol district committee. We created an editorial board from students of the theater institute, young architects, journalists, and produced a wall newspaper - six meters long and two high.
The postman Domna Silvestrovna Rogaleva from Liozno district, on her own, created a cemetery of Soviet soldiers who died near Liozno. A photo essay about her was published during perestroika in West Germany in the journal Soviet Union Heute ("Soviet Union Today"). One German saw photographs, read an article and decided to thank: he assigned her a lifelong monthly pension of 150 marks. But it was impossible to send money to the USSR. Then Helmut Brandl drove into the village of Pronskoe three trucks of humanitarian aid - refrigerators, televisions, clothes, and groceries. The whole village feasted! And the ending turned out to be joyless. “It would be better if this German did not come,” Domna Silvestrovna soon complained to Yuri Ivanov. “The villagers do not give life, they think that I buried some fascist in a mass grave.” Helmut himself always said that he hated Hitler, but he wanted to help, because he saw the face of a good man in the photograph. They are still friends with Yuri Ivanov. Liozno district, 1985
In December 1991, Yuri Ivanov was the only photojournalist in Viskuly. Through his eyes the world saw the moment of the collapse of the USSR. And if the frame from the moment of signing the agreement is familiar to many, then this picture is little known. A table after everyone parted, and the forgotten points of one of the participants. Viskuli, 1991
Yuri Ivanov biography
Ivanov Yuri Ivanovich was born on October 26, 1951. Honored Artist of Russia.
In 1978 he graduated from the Yaroslavl Theater School (course of G. Menshenin, T. Kanunnikova).
He played at the Severodvinsk Drama Theater (1978-1983), the Moscow Theater "School of Dramatic Art".
In absentia he graduated from the directing department of GITIS (workshop of A. Vasiliev).
Since 1984 - actor of the Yaroslavl Theater of Young Spectators.
Article edited: 2016-07-14 16:45
One day in the life of the USSR
- For me there is no concept of envy and jealousy for other people. If I see a good photo, I’m happy. So, the author was lucky to see a wonderful plot and capture. Although often invented, you can submit interesting.
Yuri Ivanov “thought out” the legendary “Letuchka” once he saw several workers in red scarves at the Minsk Finecloth Factory.
- I was selected as a photographer to create the book “One Day in the Life of the Soviet Union”, which was published in America. The idea of the authors was this: 100 Soviet photographers and 100 foreign travel around the country and shoot various subjects. The leadership of the USSR considered that two hundred photographers was too much (although the scale of the country and three hundred would not have been enough), and a hundred authors gathered - 42 from the Union, 8 from the countries of the socialist camp and 50 from America and Western Europe. They all went with cameras to 74 cities of the USSR, each of them had to shoot about 30 stories per day. I got Minsk.
In order for the Olympic flame to get into the frame, this picture was taken by Yuri Ivanov from the 50-meter fire tower Magirus:
- We had minor football games, I agreed to shoot with firefighters. After some time, the guards run up to me: "Yura, get off urgently." It turned out that the chairman of the International Olympic Committee was sitting on the podium opposite. And when he saw me on the tower, he became furious: “Who allowed? There can only be birds above the Olympic flame! ” Minsk, 1980
To take a shot of BelAZ in Minsk near Yanka Kupala Square, Yuri Ivanov arranged with a huge number of people, ranging from the factory director to the police: “I ordered a car with a telescopic tower for shooting from the top point. On the avenue, it was necessary to specifically raise trolleybus wires so that the dump truck would not hook them. A stately traffic policeman was found in the traffic police, and children were found in the kindergarten closest to the intersection. Wooden BelAZiki were specially made at the toy factory, which later presented the young participants with a memory photo shoot. And now I’m standing on the tower, everything is ready - a policeman, children, wires, toys. And only there is no BelAZ - it broke. A few days later it was repaired, and this shot was a success. Minsk, 1980
Topics were thought up in advance, they were approved with foreign editors in Moscow.The Flying Shot was filmed at 10 a.m., but they were preparing for it for several days: in the weaving workshop fluorescent lamps were replaced, the workers were dressed in the same uniform and red scarves, which were sewn specifically for the photo shoot:
- "Five-minute" stretched for an hour and a half and took five films of 36 frames. They were shown in Spain, then sent to America, where they made the layout. The book itself was printed in Japan.
The publication “One Day in the Life of the USSR” included 107 of the best photographs, including three works by Yuri Ivanov: “Letuchka”, Olympic champion Alexander Medved and school exercises. By the way, this is the largest number that one photographer was able to publish in the publication.
- During the photo marathon, I managed to realize other interesting ideas. For example, in Ratomka I photographed a brand new MTZ tractor, in which 100 horsepower, and nearby - a hundred live horses. The Americans praised the work, but did not publish it, considering it an advertisement.
"Flying" in 1990 recognized as the best photograph of the world in 10 years (1980-1990). After the picture flew around the world, one of the heroines received a letter from an Australian millionaire with an offer of marriage. True, the employee of the fine-woolen factory was married and also a mother of many children, so she refused. Many years later, when Yuri Ivanov met her, she said: "Now I would have agreed." Minsk, 1987
Julia Ganchura from the village of Chudyany is the heroine of photography, which for the whole world has become the personification of the Chernobyl tragedy. Yuri Ivanov did a photo report and saw a big-eyed girl. Her hair is tousled, her face is dirty - it’s clear that she just ate some berries. Clicked a couple of frames. The grandmother became agitated: "Oh, wait, I will wash Yulechka, comb my hair." But it turned out wrong! The very first frames and went to print. Cherikovsky district, 1986
In 1973, before the foreign tour “Pesnyarov”, Yuri Ivanov received an editorial assignment from the APN to make a photo essay about them. Personal friendship began with this photo shoot, he recalls:
- In 1980, I was working on a book about Mstislavl and decided to photograph the "Pesnyarov" on triples against the background of a winter landscape. Vladimir Georgievich agreed and even canceled the concert in Odessa for that trip. Horses, sleighs, short fur coats. In front of the artists, I rolled on board a truck, and two people supported me by the arms. After another overseas tour, he asked Volodya: “Well, how is America there?” He answered: “As usual, it's normal. Tell me, how is it in Mstislavl? ” Mstislavl, 1980
We worked for the idea, and the money came by ourselves
"Flying" flew around the world. Yuri Ivanov became a laureate of the international contest World Press Photo, and in 1990 the picture was recognized as the best photograph in the world in 10 years. Did he become the highest paid?
- Fees for me never stood in the first place. We worked for the idea, and the money came by ourselves.
How many photos were collected over the years, Yuri Ivanov did not count. Many! Now he digitizes old films to create an electronic photo library. Peter Masherov, Mikhail Gorbachev, Vladimir Mulyavin, Mikhail Savitsky, Evgeny Evtushenko, Andrey Voznesensky - hundreds of folders with photographs of famous politicians, scientists, artists, athletes and ordinary people, and each photographer remembers by name and patronymic. And thousands more told stories in which our past, present and future were reflected. The master’s portfolio lacks only the frame of his dreams:
- For a long time I want to remove a flying saucer.
Yuri Ivanov teaches students of journalism special course in photo-making. And when they ask how to take a good photo, there are no professional secrets: “The main thing is to take a photo that others will like.” But in life he follows the rule that my mother taught as a child: “You can’t do anything in half. If you get down to business, bring it to the end. ”
Born: in 1939 in Simferopol
Career: worked as a photojournalist in the newspapers “Banner of Youth” and “Sovetskaya Belorussia”, the News Agency (APN), BelTA, RIA Novosti. For several years he headed the department of photo illustrations of the newspaper "Culture". In 1987, he became one of the 100 best photographers in the world, took part in the creation of the book “One Day in the Life of the Soviet Union” (Collins Publishing, USA), became a laureate of the international contest World Press Photo