Annie Leibovitz, ‘Bruce Springstein, VH1 Save the Music Exhibition’, June 2001, Heritage Auctions
Annie Leibovitz, ‘Bruce Springstein, VH1 Save the Music Exhibition’, June 2001, Heritage Auctions
Annie Leibovitz, ‘Bruce Springstein, VH1 Save the Music Exhibition’, June 2001, Heritage Auctions

This photograph shows Springsteen constructing the set-list for the concert he would play on September 20, 1999 in Philadelphia. It is unique in this large size. Condition Report: Printed on Fuji Crystal Archive Matte Finish Type C paper. Detailed condition report available upon request. Framed Dimensions 54 X 75 Inches

Signature: Signed and dated in ink with the title and edition '1/1' printed in label on the reverse of the frame.

Image rights: Courtesy of Heritage Auctions

Annie Leibovitz: American Music, Random House, 2003.

Donated by Annie Leibovitz to benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation. VH1 Save the Music Holiday Auction 2001 Current owner.

About Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz is heralded as one of the greatest portrait photographers of her time, having captured images of some of the most influential figures of the past 40 years for commercial and editorial assignments. Trademarks of Leibovitz’s style are bold contrasts and dramatic poses, and she cites photographers Robert Frank and Richard Avedon as influences. Perhaps her most famous image is the raw, intimate portrait of a nude John Lennon clinging to wife Yoko Ono, taken for the cover of Rolling Stone only hours before Lennon was killed.

American, b. 1949, Waterbury, Connecticut

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2018
Los Angeles,
Resale Works Available
2017
Hangaram Art Museum of Seoul, 
Seoul,
Vogue: Like A Painting
2012
Lentos Kunstmuseum, 
Linz, Austria,
Der nackte Mann
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