On the Visible and the Invisible. The Photos of Carl De Keyzer
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On the Visible and the Invisible. The Photos of Carl De Keyzer

(Johan De Vos) The Low Countries - 2008, № 16, pp. 108-115

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Carl De Keyzer lives the life of a restless photographer who is always thinking of new things and translating them into action. Operating on the frontier of the impossible. Every time a new series of photos by Carl De Keyzer comes out it is an event, not only for the people who know him and his work, but also in the field of international photography, because every single time he moves the goalpost. It has to do with the balance between complexity and simplicity, between recognisability and universality, between the visible and the invisible.

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