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The Polaroid instant camera has been used by many popular artists such as Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg to experiment with image production.

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The exhibition at National Museum of Singapore.

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Ellen Carey's 20 by 24 inch Polacolor composite artwork.

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Maria Magdalena Campos- Pons' photo series on Cuban feminism and heritage.

The Return Of Polaroid

As the instant camera enjoys new street cred, an exhibition proves it was once at the cutting edge of art and technology
Nov 16, 2018 5:50 AM

IN THE AGE OF commonplace digital image manipulation, Polaroid photographs feel refreshingly honest and direct. In theory, at least, you can’t fake a Polaroid. You snap once, the photo sheet slips out, and what appears to be a blank square gradually transforms into an image. Remember those

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