http://the-impossible-project.com/” target=”_blank”>The Impossible Project‘s mandate to keep instant film photography alive and kicking passed a major hurdle two years ago when it released Impossible black and white instant film for Polaroid SX-70 cameras. Twelve unique film types for three separate Polaroid camera systems followed months later, giving hope to analog instant film devotees that the impossible project could in fact become possible. To celebrate its achievements, the Impossible Project will host an exhibition at its Project Space in New York, aptly titled “Momentum.” The show will feature photographs using Impossible’s latest color and black and white films, captured by twelve select photographers: Anne Bowerman, Bradley Johnson, Brian Henry, Brooke Castro, Clay Lipsky, Jessica Reinhardt, Max Wagner, Patrick Tobin, Peter Plaia, Thom Jackson, Whitney Johnson and Yana Toyber. “Momentum” is scheduled to run from March 1st through June 28th.
Impossible Project Space NYC
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Exhibition Dates: March 1st, 2012 (Thursday) June 28th, 2012 (Thursday)