Morrison Hotel Gallery is proud to represent the photography of two artists who worked intimately with Bruce Springsteen to capture the essence of what he was communicating in his albums Nebraska and The Ghost of Tom Joad. From the rusty industrial equipment of middle America to the splintered fences of old abandoned ranches, Bruce had a vision of the heartland in words and in pictures that he created in collaboration with these two accomplished photographers. See the Bruce Springsteen black and white photos here and in our galleries.
© Pamela Springsteen, Date Unknown
© David Michael Kennedy, 1982
© David Michael Kennedy, 1975
© David Michael Kennedy, 2005
© David Michael Kennedy, 2001
© David Michael Kennedy, 2004
© David Michael Kennedy, 1995
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