Category Archives: 20×24 In The News

The 20×24 Studio announces today that studio and production operations will continue through 2018. Previous plans to end operations at the end of 2017 were changed when improvements this summer in reagent recipes and production procedures substantially improved the performance of the remaining film stock. “The film itself has always remained in very good condition” […]

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The Click! Photo Festival in Raleigh Durham, North Carolina brought the 20×24 camera down from New York City to be the close of the month long festival.  Organized by Ray Pfeiffer, the festival made the camera available to local photographers and artists, who rented the camera in one hour blocks.  From friends and family to […]

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Legendary artist Joyce Tenneson recounts her look back at the Polaroid 20×24 images she created from the late 80’s through the early 2000’s. Exploring her archive once again has revealed images not chosen at the time of creation but that now have special meaning to her after this passage of time. These images will be […]

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The 20×24 Studio announced this week that it will be ending production operations at the end of 2017. The company has been operating with film stock purchased in 2009 from Polaroid Corporation as it exited the film business. Executive Director John Reuter, who began working for Polaroid in 1978 stated that “our original business plan […]

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