Wilco's Patrick Sansone Publishes "100 Polaroids"

Posted by David Ozanich — 13 Oct 2010


Patrick Sansone, of the bands Wilco and The Autumn Defense, will be celebrating his new photography book “100 Polaroids” tomorrow night at The Impossible Project in downtown Manhattan.

 “I guess you could say the book is a result of my love affair with the SX70,” explains Sansone, an amateur photographer. “Though I have dabbled with many different cameras over the years, nothing gets me excited about making pictures as much as that particular camera does. Since the first pack of film I shot with it about five years ago, I became obsessed with its magic nature and the images it creates.”
Sansone’s culled his own collection of polaroids for a show on view this sumer at MASS MoCA in the Berkshires.
“The photos are really more of a collection of abstracted moments and impressions,” he says. “Small details of the day….”

You can find out more about the book at Sansonicabooks.com. The event starts at 6pm tomorrow (October 14th) at the brand new Impossible Project Space, the first in the United States.

Sounds like a great opportunity to check out the Impossible Project as well as meet some fellow photo enthusiasts. Hope to see you there!

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