2.21.2011

MIKAEL KENNEDY: Passport To Trespass

No. 101479-71
Photograph (c) Mikael Kennedy
/All Rights Reserved

No. 101479-710
Photograph (c) Mikael Kennedy /All Rights Reserved

Polaroid Vitae Vol. I: October 14, 1979
28 B+W Polaroids, 32 newsprint pages, 1000 copies

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Hunt Them Out is a Limited Edition Zine
1000 signed + numbered copies

Photograph (c) Mikael Kennedy /All Rights Reserved

Photograph (c) Mikael Kennedy /All Rights Reserved

Loading my SX70 and duffel with some of the last remaining packs of the film in the world I set out to gather as many portraits of the folks I had photographed over the years using this unique film before it disappeared forever...
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In the Seventh Volume of the Passport to Trespass series we are updated on several of the central characters in this decade long documentation of Mikael Kennedy's wanderings and adventures. Spanning 2008 and 2009 as Kennedy visited old friends and wandered the northern coasts of the country, these portraits give us a paused moment in the journey, where we face the individuals who have played recurring roles in the Passport to Trespass story.

Volume 7 takes on a new form from previous publications, this booklet printed in Zine form is a 24 page piece containing 20 Polaroid portraits shot with the rare Polaroid film; TZ Artistic. These muted and faded images reflect the vanishing Polaroid film.

Hunt Them Out is a limited edition Zine printed in conjunction with the release of these 20 Polaroids in an online only exhibition with Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art, NY.

6 comments:

Bruce Barone said...

Beautiful publications!!!

Larry the Artist said...

Like the black and white solitary subject images and the layout of the fill-the-page large photos.

FrancescPhoto said...

Fantastic !! Salut !!

Francesc, Barcelona

http://balapertotarreu.blogspot.com

minimodi said...

Beautiful! I have 3 packs of TZ in my fridge, guess I have to shoot em carefully...

H A R R Y G O A Z said...

These photographs are MAGIC!

Caio Fern said...

What a beautiful post....
I think Mikael Kennedy's work has
a new admirer now.