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Springsteen Photo Exhibit Opens

The photo exhibit, Springsteen -- Troubadour Of The Highway, began a 12-week run at the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, this weekend. The multi-media exhibit, which premiered last September at the University Of Minnesota's Weisman Art Museum in Minneapolis, opened to the public on Saturday (June 7) after some VIP showings on Friday (June 6). Springsteen -- Troubadour Of The Highway closes on August 31.
The exhibit features 70 images of Bruce Springsteen--mostly posing with automobiles or standing by roadways--taken by frequent Springsteen photographers such as Annie Liebovitz, Fran Stefanko, David Rose, Joel Bernstein, and former Springsteen girlfriend Lynn Goldsmith, who's published two photo books dedicated to him. Also included are a series of photos taken for The Ghost Of Tom Joad album by Springsteen's sister Pamela.
In addition to the photos, the Troubadour Of The Highway exhibit includes Springsteen's music and the videos for "I'm On Fire" and "Atlantic City."
Springsteen biographer Dave Marsh will deliver a lecture called "Is The Highway Still Alive Today?: Bruce Springsteen's Vision Of Moral America" on June 13 at the museum.
The exhibit will move to the Experience Music Project in Seattle from February to April 2004 (exact dates are still being determined) and then to the Neward Art Museum from June 18 to August 31, 2004.
Springsteen and his E Street Band play Sunday (June 8) in Florence, Italy. (

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