Thursday, December 16, 2010

The following images are now included in the Impossible Project's permanent collection.
The work is currently on display at their NYC space through February 28th.
Stop by and take a look.

December 16, 2010 - 28 February, 2011
Mon-Fri: 11am – 7pm
Sat: noon – 5pm
Sun: closed
425 Broadway, 5th floor, NY 10013


Friday, December 10, 2010

Some Brand New Portraits of mine (never before seen) will open in a show at the Impossible Project space in NYC on Wed Dec 15th. Please come check it out if you are in the area.

The portrait series “Facing the Impossible” celebrates this accomplishment and faces the Impossible possibilities of analog instant photography Selected photographers are dealing with the portrait topic on Impossible PX 600 Silver Shade UV+ and PX 70 Color Shade PUSH! film to create their Impossible portraits.

Works of the following artists will be presented: Adam Goldberg, Adarsha Benjamin, Chloe Aftel, Irène Nam, Jen Altman, Lou O’Bedlam, Mikael Kennedy, Patrick Winfield, Rommel Pecson, The Gentlemen Amateur, Thibault Tourmente and Tim Mantoani.

Opening: December 15, 2010, 6 pm
December 16, 2010 - 28 February, 2011
Mon-Fri: 11am – 7pm
Sat: noon – 5pm
Sun: closed

Impossible Project Space NYC
425 Broadway, 5th floor, NY 10013

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Passport to Trespass Vol VI:
'i can't remember where i've been'

Limited Edition 100 Copies
Signed & Numbered


8.25" x 10.75"
100 pages - Perfect Bound
Cover printed on 80# cover stock
Interior  printed on 80# text stock

(Books will ship after Dec 4th)


a taste for the expatriation
northwest winter
poseidon & the lion
not my life
quiet hunt
hoping that when i get home that someone wants to hear from me
flush with the river thaw
i thought this world would have ended by now
end of the line
the island
i’d rather be king
sunset park
lost in the highlands
this place used to be home
crossing over and i’m not coming back
to the eastern edge
something feels wrong
shooting the moon
getting gone
river guard
men in my family
where we used to play war
mothers house
fathers house

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

A new write up on 'the Odysseus' series on

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

A shot of one of my Polaroids being projected on the side of the Corcoran Gallery in DC last weekend
as part of Flak Photo's series 100 Portraits
A new selection of Polaroids from Passport to Trespass were published in
Contributor Magazine last week.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

One of my Polaroids is part of the exhibition which is also part of the FotoTalks in DC this weekend

The Sanford Smith Fine Art Gallery in Great Barrington, MA
just updated their site to include the selection of prints from 'the odysseus'
that they are currently showing.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

8 Prints from 'the Odysseus' are now on display at the
Sanford Smith Fine Art Gallery
13 Railroad Street
Great Barrington, MA

Friday, October 29, 2010

The fall 2010 newsletter is now out. You can check it out here:
I have two images in the latest issue of PONCZ magazine  (Poland)

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

One of my Polaroids will be projected on the wall of the Corcoran gallery
during an exhibition and Lecture by Andy Adam of
Larissa Leclair, photography writer and curator discussing portraiture.
More information on this event and other Fotoweek DC events can be found here

Monday, September 20, 2010

Electronic Beats Magazine (Germany) features two photographs from The Odysseus in a photo essay of images inspired by Casper David Friedric
(one is the cover) 

Friday, August 13, 2010

The newest issue of American Short Fiction, coming out this Monday features a selection of my Polaroids from Passport to Trespass

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

one of my Polaroids from Passport to Trespass in a show in Stockholm called 'by the night'

Friday, July 30, 2010

There is a new interview and article about my work
in this months online version of Blown Mag.
You can download a PDF of the magazine here:

Monday, July 19, 2010

Friday, June 18, 2010

New article in Italian 'Camera Obscura' about the travels and events leading up to the new show
'Saltwater River Guard'

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Partners & Spade 
40 Great Jones St.

Is now showing original prints from my first book 'Still, Not Dead'
as well as selling some of the last available copies.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

a nice review of my newest show 'Saltwater River Guard'
currently on view at Gallery 37A in Portland, ME

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Opening Friday June 4th in Portland, ME

Portland, Maine, May 11, 2010
Gallery 37-A is pleased to present
June 4 – July 30 2010 - Opening Reception First Friday June 4th 6–10pm.

‘Saltwater River Guard’ is a selection of Kennedy’s Polaroid work as well as C-Prints from his ongoing series of American landscapes titled; ‘The Odysseus’. This will be the first time that these two projects will be shown together and a unique opportunity to engage with one of America’s most inspired young photographers in the intimate space afforded by Gallery 37A.

Artist Bio
Mikael Kennedy is an artist living and working in New York City. His Polaroid work has been widely exhibited and published in the US and abroad. Kennedy’s Polaroids are represented by the Peter Hay Halpert Fine Art Gallery in New York City and recently the subject of a solo show at the historic Chelsea Hotel in New York City. Kennedy’s Polaroid work has gathered international attention with Kennedy exhibiting at the International Polaroid Symposium in Cardiff, Wales this year where he was invited to lecture on his practice and motivation as an American Artist and were recently acquired for the permanent collection at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, Texas.

About Gallery 37-A
Gallery 37-A is a new project space, initiated in December of 2009 by Brook Delorme and Daniel Pepice. Presenting exhibitions of the work of emerging and established artists, Gallery 37-A is Located at 37A Wharf Street in Portland, Maine's Old Port District and is open to the public Thursday – Monday 12 – 6pm and by appointment.

For Further Information, Please contact
Daniel Pepice,

Notes on “Saltwater River Guard”
In ‘Saltwater River Guard’ we are invited along with Kennedy on his extensive travels, viewing a focused moment: the summer of 2009 and two trips that took him to the rivers and shorelines of New England. Kennedy’s landscape photography in recent years has been likened to the work of the Hudson River Painters; described as a blending of the sublime and the vision of Trancendentalists, it is a view of man’s search for his place in nature. Drawing upon the classic myth of The Odyssey’ for its’ title, The Odysseus presents us with the vision of a solitary man on a quest for Home. In Kennedy’s vision of the world, Home becomes more of an emotion, and a sense of place rather than any one physical destination.

Kennedy’s Polaroid work -- a documentation of his life, travel, and surroundings, began in 1998 with the discovery of a used Polaroid SX70 camera. The Polaroid camera quickly became a constant companion, leading to 12 years of documenting and cataloging his wandering life. It is in this blending of these two bodies of work, which gives the viewer both the journey and the destination in this unique exhibition.

Monday, May 31, 2010

I shot the cover for Melaena Cadiz's new album which was released yesterday.
You can order a copy on her site: