Focus Publishing, 1992 First edition Softcover, 106 pages, 305 x 310 mm Condition: Very Good +
In the summer of 1990, Belgian photographer Carl de Keyzer bought a camping-car which became his home for a year and travelled across the United States with a singular subject in mind: religious groups. Religion is an essential part of the American way of life, with 3,700 different religious organizations. With an approach both aesthetical and critical, Carl De Keyzer captured religious life on the margins of society, traveling month after month from one state to another. It appears that God as a product is the gap in the American market of the 90s; hence, God Incorporated.
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