a series of summers spent around the town of housatonic,
living on our friends floors and front lawns
"My internship in college took place at the Polaroid Collection, which at that time was housed in Edwin Land’s lab and studio in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It was a remarkable place. On any given day I could open a flat file drawer and find any number of prints by Andy Warhol, Ansel Adams, Lucas Samaras and Paul Caponigro just to name a few. The Polaroid, for me personally, is part intimate image and part beautiful object. Mikael Kennedy’s work is both of these things. Together the images from Housatonic create a timeless narrative while at the same time each standing as it’s own unique document to a time past. I can’t think of a better way to be creating art."
- Susan Sherrick, Howard Greenberg Gallery
100lb Glossy Text Interior
Editon of 100 signed and numbered
Final 2 copies $40