Hulst photos rock First Friday



Bruce Springsteen in a rare Elvis moment.
Larry Hulst, the acclaimed music photographer whose works have graced the pages of the Indy on a number of occasions, will be all over town tonight — or at least his photos will.

In conjunction with this month's First Friday ArtWalk, he'll have previously undisplayed prints at Sabi. Meanwhile, he's also got photos hanging at HeeBee JeeBees Tattoos, and at the not-officially-opened Moondog Music Shop, a kind of west-side version of downtown's dearly departed Music Exchange. (The shop, which is located at 2502 W. Colorado Ave., is still basically in "coming soon" mode, but will be opening its doors to ArtWalk visitors this evening.)

As for Hulst himself, he'll be hanging out at Sabi with a selection of his classic archival photos — including the Bruce Springsteen portrait shown above. You'll also find new works by Randall Barbera, Jeff Cloutier, Marcea Flowers, Holly Garlow, Broken Glass Studios' Anthony Graham, and Feminine Studios.

"It'll be all of them," says Hulst, "and then lots of old photos that look out of place — as usual."

Joey Ramone, R.I.P.

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