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Bruce Springsteen by Frank Stefanko & Danny Clinch

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Bruce Springsteen by Frank Stefanko & Danny Clinch
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Morrison Hotel Gallery is proud to present a special dual exhibition and sale featuring the photography of Frank Stefanko and Danny Clinch, fellow Jersey residents, friends and artistic collaborators of music legend Bruce Springsteen.

Stefanko and Clinch were behind the lens of some of the most intimate and iconic portraits of Springsteen from his seminal 1978 album Darkness on the Edge of Town to his 16th studio album released in 2009 Working on a Dream.

Sharing common roots and an appreciation for the grit and beauty of ordinary, working class life, Stefanko and Clinch worked with Springsteen to create the visual narrative that illuminates the mood and poetry of his music and albums over the past 30 years.

For the first time ever, the iconic photographs of Bruce Springsteen which are the front and back cover of Darkness at the Edge of Town by Frank Stefanko will be made available exclusivly by the Morrison Hotel Gallery in editions of 25 fine art prints.

“Frank always shot your internal life. He let your external
imperfections show. His photos had a purity and poetry....
" – Bruce Springsteen

"Bruce lives through every part of what he produces, whether it's his
own lyrics and music or the graphics and text designed for his album
or CD."
– Frank Stefanko

Clinch has photographed Bruce Springsteen resulting in album covers for "The Rising," "The Seeger Sessions" and "Working on a Dream."

As a director, Clinch has received 2 Grammy Award nominations: in 2005 for Bruce Springsteen’s Devils and Dust and in 2009 for John Mayer’s Where The Light Is. He has also directed music videos for Willie Nelson, Tom Waits, Pearl Jam, John Legend, Mellissa Etheridge, Chris Daughtry and Dave Matthews, among others.

October 15, 2010
Morrison Hotel Gallery
124 Prince Street
SoHo, NYC
212 941-8770


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