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Carl De Keyzer

Born in 1958, Carl De Keyzer is a Belgian contemporary photographer. De Keyzer's freelance career began in 1982 while he was teaching at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium.



De Keyzer has exhibited his work in many European galleries and has received several awards, including the Book Award from the Arles Festival, the W. Eugene Smith Award in 1990, and the Kodak Award in 1992.

Among the many museums that display his collections are the Museum of Contemporary Art in Gent, Belgium; the FNAC Collection in Paris, France; ICP in New York, and Centro de Arte in Salamanca, Spain.


Prison camp - Krasnoyarsk, Siberia

Major subjects in De Keyzer's work have included the collapse of the Soviet Union and India. He currently lives in Ghent and continues to teach.


Bombay, India - 1985
Gelatin Silver Print

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