Nobuyoshi Araki • Aperture

Monday, 3 August 2015

“Polaroid photographs, which rarely achieve technical brilliance, seemingly go against everything that artistic photographers like Ansel Adams had been fighting for for the first half of the 20th century. But inspite—or because of—the amateurish instant gratification of the Polaroid camera, it became an important medium to many well-known artists (though a lot of their works in Polaroid sadly remain little-known).” Florence Waters • Telegraph

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