The Polaroid Impossible Exhibit Features Andy Warhol's Self-Portrait

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Jun 19, 2011 • References: designboom & hypebeast
The Polaroid Impossible Exhibit is definitely a timeless collection, displaying the classic Polaroid photos with over 350 images. Shown at Vienna's Westlich Museum of Photography, the exhibit is an illustration of over 40 years' worth of the instant photo phenomenon.

Featuring artists from Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol, the Polaroid Impossible Exhibit guarantees a display of great talent. Combining both the older users of the Polaroid photo as well as newer ones, the 150 artists showing at the exhibition include a wide range of experimenting with the instant camera. The exhibit also includes modern artists who used the newer 'Impossible' film that was recently released.

If you love Polaroid photos as much as I do, the Polaroid Impossible Exhibit will definitely provide some inspiration for your own photographic journeys.

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