See free Bruce Springsteen gallery show featuring 40 years of photos of iconic singer
You’ve seen the picture: Bruce Springsteen gazing out at you from the cover of his 1978 album “Darkness on the Edge of Town.”
But you should see the outtakes.
To get a look at those, visit the “Bruce Springsteen – Further Up the Road: A Forty Year Photographic Retrospect by Frank Stefanko” exhibit and sale Thursday, Nov. 2 through Sunday, Nov. 12 at the Morrison Hotel Gallery at the Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood.
It features 35 mostly never-before-seen images from Stefanko’s just-released, limited-edition book, “Bruce Springsteen: Further Up the Road,” published by Guido Harari of Wall of Sound Editions in Alba, Italy. The 400-page book is available in two editions, including the $630 deluxe-edition packaged in a clamshell box with an additional signed and numbered photograph, and the $380 collectors edition in a slipcover.
Smiling Parking Meter. (Courtesy of Frank Stefanko/Morrison Hotel Gallery)
The exhibit and sale includes this 1982 print of Bruce Springsteen dubbed “Up Close and Personal” by Frank Stefanko. (Courtesy of Frank Stefanko/Morrison Hotel Gallery)
Frank Stefanko’s “Corvette Winter” shot in 1978. (Courtesy of Frank Stefanko/Morrison Hotel Gallery)
Bruce Springsteen, Haddonfield, NJ, 1978. (Courtesy of Frank Stefanko/Morrison Hotel Gallery)
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Together, these images document Springsteen’s meteoric rise.
Highlights include “The Smiling Parking Meter” (1978) from one of the sessions for the “Darkness on the Edge of Town” album taken around the corner from Shellow’s […]