Bryan Adams's portrait of Lindsay Lohan, from "Exposed"

A new photography exhibit is proof positive that there’s more to Bryan Adams than meets the eye.

The Canadian troubadour--he of early-’90s greatness like “Please Forgive Me,” “Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?” and “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You”--has swapped Top 40 tunes for the tripod, pursuing a promising photography career for the past 12 years. And it’s far from a vanity project.

His prints were published in the book Exposed this past fall, and 46 images from the book will be on display at The Goss-Michael Foundation through February 8.

His distinguished singing career has granted the artist access to a slew of alluring celebrities, including Victoria Beckham, Mick Jagger, Pink, Lady Gaga and Amy Winehouse. Some of the portraits are highly choreographed, like the one of Lindsay Lohan chomping on a cigarette, while others are restrained and resonant, like the portrait of a pensive Winehouse or the ambiguous shot of a contemplative Lana Del Ray.

Clearly, nowhere else in Dallas will you find such a collection of stars-on-walls. And Adams is clearly a photography star on the rise.

“Exposed” at The Goss-Michael Foundation, 1405 Turtle Creek Blvd.; 214-696-0555 or gossmichaelfoundation.org

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