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This powerful collection highlights the importance of snapshots in Black American life: as tools to challenge stereotypes, and as a way to document family and culture.
Dana Lixenberg’s ‘Polaroid 54/59/79’ is remarkable collection reflecting the American celebrity culture she encountered in the 1990s and 2000s.
A collection of imagery from Places+Faces taken over a 9 year span capturing industry movers across different cities around the world.
A photographic road trip through film director Wim Wenders’ life, featuring over 400 polaroids taken over five decades between 1968 and 2017.
A book of polaroids taken during François Halard’s 56 days of confinement in his greatly unimitative hôtel particulier in Arles, France.
Davide Sorrenti Polaroids. A book of instantly unforgettable Polaroid photographs taken by Davide Sorrenti between the years of 1994–1997.
A fascimile of an album made by Eggleston himself, containing 56 polaroid images. Rare records of Eggleston’s strolls or drives in and around Mississippi.
A first look at another extraordinary collection of Bianchi’s Polaroids, taken in his East 9th St apartment.
A unique record of hip-hop history from the late 1990s through to the present, captured through informal Polaroid portraiture.
A homage to the beauty of men, by Ferry van der Nat. Made by MENDO.
Before there was Instagram, there was Andy Warhol - this book features hundreds of his instant photos.