44 women, each beautiful in her own way. At the Warsaw’s GWL Gallery on April 21, the first presentation of the bella project, Robby Cyron’s homage paid to womanhood and essence of his 25-year-long photographic career, will take place.
Everyone who knows Robby Cyron’s artistic work has noticed that he is able to create a magic atmosphere between the model and the camera. He is one of a few photographers who let the woman be herself, focusing the viewer’s attention on the game of lights and shadows. The bella project results from countless meetings during which Cyron was taking pictures of nature of women – these known ones (actresses, dancers, singers) and those close to his heart. This special collection of 37 black-and-white photographs of women presents the real picture of feminine beauty in a natural and minimal way.
“What I wanted to show was not only the women’s beauty, but also their emotions strictly connected with their sense of being a woman,” – says Robby Cyron.
During the exhibition opening, there will take place the launch of unique, hand-numbered album consisting of 94 photos of women, published in a limited series of 100 copies. The album numbered 001, signed by all the heroins, can be bought during the auction. Besides the album, 10 original photographs in collector’s version will be auctioned too. The charity auction will be run for the Rak’n’Roll Foundation.
Robby Cyron (b. 1970) | based in Warsaw (Poland) | learnt to photograph in a classical advertising photography studio | photographer and curator | owner of the las studio and GWL Gallery (both in Warsaw) | gives analogue atmosphere to his works, often made digitally | co-author of guide books IN (Agora, 2011) and author of the photobook Nath (RC, 2012) | his works have been published by such magazines like Maxim, Gala, Cosmopolitan, Elle, Playboy, Joy, Music Express, Glamour, Marie Claire, Twój Styl and doc! photo magazine (doc! #10 & #39), among others.
The Robby Cyron exhibition is organised under doc! photo magazine patronage.