Born in the Hague in 1956, Hendrik Kerstens has for the last 17 years been producing a body of work that explores some of the many intersections between painting and photography. Using his daughter Paula as his only subject, Kerstens not only photographs her in reference to Old Master Dutch painting but also in relation to her own life and today's world .
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