Monmouth University

Center for the Arts

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Gallery Exhibitions

Gallery Exhibition: Glory Bound. Photographs by Barry Schneier

September 2 – September 30
Pollak Gallery
Opening Reception/Gallery Talk: September 11, 6-8 pm

Throughout the 1970’s, Barry Schneier captured several iconic figures in pivotal moments of their lives, having unprecedented access to these young artists as their careers took flight. Included in the exhibit are images from Bruce Springsteen’s legendary 1974 Harvard Square Theatre show — a performance cemented in music history after Jon Landau penned the infamous line,  “I saw rock and roll future and its name is Bruce Springsteen.” Also featured is Patti Smith’s debut tour performance at San Francisco’s Boarding House and Van Morrison’s triumphant return to Boston as he paid tribute to the town where he conceived Astral Weeks.

Image Caption: Bruce Springsteen, Harvard Square Theatre, 5/9/1974

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Sep02, 2014

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