Carl de Keyzer Zona App.
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Through this beautiful application, eight years after the award-winning photo book, Carl’s adventures and stories in the Siberian prison camps are presented again on the iPad. The application features never published footage, extra audiovisual information and a look behind the scenes of his shoots...

Zona, Siberian prison camps.

During two years, 2000-2002, Carl de Keyzer has documented daily life in 35 of the 135 prison camps in the region of Krasnojarsk, Siberia. In a territory as big as Europe, prisoners live in a "country" of their own, with specific rules and estheticus. Headed by one General in charge, they constitute a free labour force of 1.000.000 men and women gathered in camps, mostly built in the 1930's , as described by Soljenytsin in his novel: "The Gulag Archipelago".

Look at the faces, and then the eyes, of the prisoners.
 There is a calm despair there, and it tells a disturbing story.

Zona, after it's first release in 2003, is now also available on iPad. 
This photographic journal of Siberian contemporary prison camps is a must have collector's item. It is filled with exclusive behind-the-scene material, stories, music and lots of other extra's.

Music optimized for use with headphones.

Carl De Keyzer started his career as a freelance photographer in 1982 while supporting himself as a photography instructor at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. His interest in the work of other photographers led him to co-found and co-direct the XYZ Photography gallery. A Magnum nominee in 1990, he became a full member in 1994.
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Zona, Siberian prison camps. This successful photo book from Carl De Keyzer was published in 2003. Eight years later, it is being released again. Read More
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