Thursday, July 1, 2010
Lady Gaga posed for a Polaroid at the museum run by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The museum recently took possession of thousands of Polaroid inventions that revolutionized photography in the 20th century, including the 20-by-24-inch camera that snapped the photo of Lady Gaga wearing a low-cut black lace dress.
An exclusive Polaroid of Lady Gaga, Polaroid creative director, was unveiled at the MIT museum on June 30.
Anne Madara, of Framingham, Mass., takes a photo of a large format Polaroid of Lady Gaga at the MIT Art Museum in Cambridge, Mass. Polaroid presented the photo of Lady Gaga to the museum that will become a part of the Museum’s Polaroid archive. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm)
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