This exhibition of work by photographer Carl De Keyzer takes you to the United States where deep-rooted religious life is still visible in many places. It will show you how American faith has changed over the last thirty years.

Carl De Keyzer had his international breakthrough in 1992 with the project “God, Inc.”. He travelled in a campervan through the northern states for a year to take pictures of Americans in their religious experience. Forty works of this project are on display in the crypt of the Castle of Gerald the Devil. 

De Keyzer returned to the States in 2019-2020 to revisit some places and add new locations, events and trends to “God, Inc. II”. 40 works from this project can be admired on the first and ground floor of the Castle of Gerald the Devil.

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