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- Publisher: Editions Lannoo sa
- Format: Hardback | 224 pages
- Dimensions: 274mm x 368mm x 40mm | 3,302g
- Publication date: 1 May 2010
- Publication City/Country: Tielt
- ISBN 10: 9020986821
- ISBN 13: 9789020986822
- Illustrations note: 220 col
- Sales rank: 827,468
This is the most recent project of 'Magnum' photographer Carl De Keyzer; a sharp image of Congo as it is today. De Keyzer has visited places that were tourist hotspots before their independence and thus shows us the remains of the Belgian presence in modern Congo. Carl De Keyzer travelled through Congo for over 10 months to make this book, often in very dangerous areas. This has resulted in a unique documentary with an historic meaning.
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Carl De Keyzer is a world renowned Belgian photographer who has won multiple awards for his work. He taught photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Belgium between 1982 and 1989 and has been a member of the photo agency 'Magnum' since 1994. His pictures have been published and displayed around the world. His other works include, 'Homo Sovieticus' (on the Soviet Union, 1989), 'GodInc.' (on religious fanatics in the USA, 1992) and 'Trinity' (2008). The main themes in his works are the continuous threat of decay in a modern society and the impact of power on daily life.