The Boss in Delray: Exhibit Kicks Off at the Pop Culture Vault Gallery
The world premiere of “The Art of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band” exhibit is set to open on July 5th at the Pop Culture Vault, located at 250 E. Atlantic Ave. The exhibit features many never-before-seen images of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band taken over the last 35 years. Images from the Hulton Archive of London, the Michael Ochs Archive, as well as rare images from photographers Peter Simon and entertainment artist Joe Petruccio are included in the exhibit.
The highlight of this exhibit is the world premier of the “Denenberg Collection.” Denenberg is a self-professed Springsteen fanatic who has traveled globally over the last 35 years to see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in concert. What makes this collection so significant is that Denenberg did not have any press passes, special front row access, or backstage passes. He took literally thousands of shots from a pure fan’s prospective.
In an age of “NO Recording Devices/NO Photography Allowed” printed on his tickets, Denenberg has documented his saga with Bruce and the band with an unbelievable selection of images taken over the last 35 years. At his daughter’s urging to get his massive collection of negatives out of the basement and into someone’s hands, the Pop Culture Vault is proud to bring his vision to life.
“The Art of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band” featuring the World Premier of the “Denenberg Collection” will open on July 5th and runs through September 30th at the Pop Culture Vault, located at 250 East Atlantic in downtown Delray Beach. Admission to the opening is free and fans can RSVP by calling 561-226-7651.
Denenberg will be on hand at the gallery to meet with fans and talk about past Springsteen concerts and about his photography on July 5th, 6th and 7th. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are currently on a 2012 World Tour to promote their newest release, “Wrecking Ball”.
For more information, visit www.popculturevault.com.