Carl De Keyzer

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Carl De Keyzer
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Born (1958-12-27) 27 December 1958 (age 55)
Kortrijk, Belgium
Occupation documentary photographer, photojournalist
Nationality Belgian

Carl De Keyzer (born 27 December 1958) is a Belgian contemporary photographer. He was nominated to the Magnum Photos agency in 1990, became an associated member in 1992 and a full member in 1994.

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De Keyzer's freelance career began in 1982, at which time he also taught at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium. During this time, he co-founded the XYZ-Photography Gallery. He 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 (1990) and the Kodak Award (1992).[1] Major subjects in his worked have included the collapse of Soviet Union and India. Robert Koch gallery describes his work as investigating "marginalized social groups and constructs uncritical psychological portraits which work to familiarize the 'other.'"[2] He currently lives in Ghent and continues to teach.

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Awards[edit]

  • 1995, Annual Fine Arts Award Belgium, Brussels, Belgium
  • 1992, Prix de la Critique Kodak, Paris, France
  • 1990, W. Eugene Smith Award, New York, USA
  • 1990, Prix du Livre, Rencontres Internationales de la Photo, Arles, France
  • 1990, Louis-Paul Boon Award, Ghent, Belgium
  • 1988, Grand Prix de la Triennale de la Ville de Fribourg, Switzerland
  • 1986, Grand Prix de la Triennale de la photographie, Photographie Ouverte, Charleroi, Belgium
  • 1986, Hasselblad Award Belgium, Brussels, Belgium
  • 1982, First Prize - Experimental Film, Festival for Young Belgian Filmmakers, Brussels, Belgium

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