.
  Lightstalkers
* My Profile My Galleries My Networks

Cyril Horiszny

Cyril Horiszny
Profession: Photojournalist
Location: Kyiv , Ukraine ( AAA )
Home base: Paris/Kyiv
URL: http://www.kyrylo.com
Email: •••••••• (private)
→ Public key
Languages spoken: English, French, Ukrainian, Russian
Mobile phone: +380676731401
Home phone: •••••••• (private)
Emergency notes: •••••••• (private)
Last login: over 3 years ago
Member since: 21 Feb 2007 00:02

About

Cyril Horiszny is a French photojournalist of Ukrainian descent. On obtaining a Master’s degree in History at the Sorbonne, in 2001 he returned to the area of his special interest : Eastern Europe and particularly Ukraine, his grand-parents’ homeland.
This rediscovery of his roots made him look for his own identity. Since then, he has been trying to peer into the soul of a nation, into their national and regional realities.

Attracted by the diverse and complex post-Soviet space, the photojournalist has chosen portraiture and the ambience of Eastern Europe as his primary leitmotiv. From Ukraine to Russia, Georgia to Belarus, he has travelled throughout the former Soviet Union practicing his art with a documentary eye. Through his photos and texts he voices the mysterious past and the hard transition of young states under reconstruction.

His work has been published internationally in Le Monde, The Financial Times, La Croix, VSD, Elle, among others, and exhibited in Paris, Lyon, Toronto, Stockholm, Berlin, Madrid, Barcelona and Kyïv. His pictures on the Orange Revolution appeared in the book Even the snow was orange by French journalist Alain Guillemoles in 2005.

www.kyrylo.com

Testimonials


Gallery

30_small
41_small
33_small
40__small
19_small
30-_small
36_small
Hutsul3_small
Eglise7--1_small
L1--1_small
A6_small
C2--_small
13_small
19-_small
1_small
6_small
14_small
Dsc_0173_small
Dsc_0161-_small
5-_small
5_small


Keywords


More about sponsorship→

Personal Network

Top↑ | RSS/XML | Privacy Statement | Terms of Use | support@lightstalkers.org / ©2004-2014 November Eleven