Galerie PHOTO12 in Paris is currently showing some of the Polaroid images by German photographer Andreas Mahl. The exhibition runs until 18 May 2016 and includes a selection of 40 works of different sizes, taken with the SX70 and large-format Polaroid cameras between 1980 and 1990. They focus on some of his most characteristic themes – still life, twins, dolls and nudes.
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