Books: How Polaroid Seduced the Art World

By David Schonauer   Monday June 19, 2017

In 1973, Popular Science magazine heralded the Polaroid SX-70 as “perhaps the most fiendishly clever invention in the history of photography.” That sentiment is underscored by a new book (and touring exhibition) called The Polaroid Project  (Thames & Hudson). The book, notes AnOther, is a definitive history of Polaroid camera engineering and evolution and features work from the many photographers who embraced instant film and the SX-70, including Guy Bourdin, Mark Klett, and Dennis Hopper.

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