Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Polaroid?

What is Polaroid?

Instant print produced using a Polaroid camera whose degree of plane polarization is very high for light that passes through it. Such a camera produces a finished print as soon as there is an exposure because of its high internal processing speed. Polaroid prints can also be used to mean instant photographs and films.

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Nobuyoshi Araki

Polaroid #16,

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Polaroid

USD 1,250

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 10,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 8,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 7,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 6,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 5,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 4,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 3,

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USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 2,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

Nobuyoshi Araki

Untitled 1,

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Polaroid

USD 1,400

William Wegman

Untitled (Spaniels), 2005

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Polaroid

USD 1,900

William Wegman

Untitled (Spaniels), 2005

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Polaroid

USD 1,900

Nobuyoshi Araki

Polaroid #10, 2009

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Mamma Andersson

Polaroid, 2015

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