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Constant Dullaart (Leiderdorp, 1979)

Jennifer in Paradise


When Photoshop was still in its infancy, users could use this photo to practice with. It was a photo that the founder of the company had taken of his wife Jennifer while on holiday at Bora Bora. Her bare back became an integral part of a historic moment in digital image culture. Constant Dullaart manipulated the photo using as many filters as possible. Jennifer is an important photograph to the artist – the first body that could be photoshopped like an object, into an unrealistic ideal.

  • Creator

    Constant Dullaart (Leiderdorp, 1979)

  • Title

    Jennifer in Paradise

  • Date


  • Collection

    Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem

  • Material

    wallpaper photo


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