Beyond his professional projects, Tony Keeler continued with the camera observing his day-to-day life; it was his way of expressing himself and connecting with the world.

“Keelerscope” presents facets of the author’s work over five decades, from 1960 to 2010; parallels of content and form that cross time and space. They are instants captured during a lifetime, instants that form certain random symmetries, like those of a kaleidoscope.

Tony Keeler, a traveler of the gaze, captures his perceptions of the world as poems and photographic stories in which the human factor is explored in its own environment.

Tony Keeler

Glen Ridge 1933 – Sitges 2016

Of North American origin, Herbert Keeler-Klipstein, known as Tony Keeler, began his career from his studio in Sitges in 1960. The uniqueness of his work gained notoriety when he was exhibited in iconic galleries such as Aixelá and Spectrum, as well as for Ibiza a Dream, a book published in 1973.

After a prolonged career over time, in 2013 he was recognized by the Ministry of Culture by being part of the Diccionario de Fotógrafos Españoles. Currently, his work is being catalogued and disseminated by his heirs and curators.

Institut d’Estudis Fotogràfics de Catalunya

Opening: Wednesday, September 14, 2022 at 7:00 p.m.