Temporary exhibition

Friday June 14, 2019 — Sunday September 15, 2019

Guy Bourdin, Charles Jourdan, 1978, 1978 ©The Guy Bourdin Estate 2017. Courtesy of Louise Alexander Gallery.

The Polaroid Project

At the Intersection of Art and Technology

A unique opportunity to discover the extraordinary artistic and scientific creativity of Polaroid photography. At the intersection of art and technology, the exhibition presents the original works of some 100 of the most celebrated international artists of the 20th century along with the cameras they used.

The Polaroid, both an image and a wonderful tool, was invented by Edwin Land in 1947. It remains, despite the decline of the company, associated in the collective imagination with innovation, efficiency and leisure.

This exhibition is organized by the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography, New York, in collaboration with the MIT Museum, Cambridge, and the WestLicht Museum for Photography, Vienna.

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