Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album

Vintage Photographs from the 1960s

Dennis Hopper

Dennis Hopper (1936 – 2010) was an artist, director and actor. He always had his camera with him: in the car, on film sets, at parties, in studios and galleries. After his death, 400 vintage photographs from the 1960s were rediscovered. These works have never before been shown in Europe and only once in the USA, at the Fort Worth Art Center in Texas in 1970. Between 1961 and 1967, Hopper photographed film idols, pop stars, authors and artists. At the epicentre of the cultural upheaval in art, music and politics, he shot photos of stars such as Tina and Ike Turner, Andy Warhol, Paul Newman and Jane Fonda, as well as of Martin Luther King during the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.