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Fashion Photog Bruce Weber Captures Detroit

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Conde Nast is partnering up with the Detroit Institute of Arts for an exhibit featuring acclaimed fashion photographer Bruce Weber. The images are curated from his days spent documenting Detroit culture while working on other assignments, beginning with Kate Moss for W up to a return trip for Detroit-based watch company Shinola. The exhibit opens today and will run through September 7 at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

"Detroit is one of the few places in the world now where there is a big welcome sign in the smiles and hearts of its people," Weber stated in the press release. "Their continued courage and resilience is why I first ended up there with my camera."

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