The opening reception for Ed Gallucci’s Frames Between Fares show at the O. Winston Link Museum in Roanoke, VA will be Friday July 25th at 6pm. The O. Winston Link Museum is located at 101 Shenandoah Ave NE Roanoke, VA 24016. http://www.linkmuseum.org/2014/ed-gallucci-frames-between-fares/ From the O. Winston Link press release: Join the O. Winston Link Museum on July […]
The Early Days of Bruce Springsteen – April 29, 2014 Thanks to everyone at the Woody Guthrie Center, the Grammy Museum and my fellow photographers: Danny Clinch, Eric Meola, Barry Schneier and Frank Stefanko for putting on such a great show. In the photo from left to right: Frank Stefanko, Eric Meola, Barry Schneier, Ed Gallucci and […]
Ed Gallucci Photography is excited to announce that photos from his Bruce Springsteen collection are currently being chosen by the Grammy Museum of Los Angeles for a traveling show documenting the early days of Bruce Springsteen’s career. The traveling show will open in the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 29th of 2014 […]
Ed Gallucci Photography is proud to announce the addition of six of Ed’s photographs into the permanent collection of the prestigious Brooklyn Museum of Art. For one hundred eighteen years, the Brooklyn Museum has been assembling a premier collection of international art. Ed’s photographs in the Brooklyn Museum will be alongside the work of Edward […]
October 2, 2012 – Award-winning photographer Ed Gallucci, who photographed a young Bruce Springsteen in 1972, was featured in an exhibition at Monmouth University called The Crawdaddy Years and Beyond.
September 20, 2012 – Ed Gallucci was featured in Independent in an article by Keith Heumiller, on The Crawdaddy Years and Beyond exhibition at Monmouth University. He talks about what sparked his great photography career, working with Crawdaddy Magazine and taking photos of the young Bruce Springsteen.
May 18, 2013 – At an interview with KCTV 5 News, Ed Gallucci talks about his career as a photographer and finishing his undergraduate degree.