Dennis Hopper: Photographs, 1961-1967

Dennis Hopper: Photographs, 1961-1967The Many Worlds Of Dennis HopperThis Edition Is Limited To , Numbered Copies, Each Signed By The PhotographerI Was Doing Something That I Thought Could Have Some Impact Someday In Many Ways, It S Really These Photographs That Kept Me Going Creatively Dennis Hopper During The S, Dennis Hopper Carried A Camera Everywhere On Film Sets And Locations, At Parties, In Diners, Bars And Galleries, Driving On Freeways And Walking On Political Marches He Photographed Movie Idols, Pop Stars, Writers, Artists, Girlfriends, And Complete Strangers Along The Way He Captured Some Of The Most Intriguing Moments Of His Generation With A Keen And Intuitive Eye A Reluctant Icon At The Epicenter Of That Decade S Cultural Upheaval, Hopper Documented The Likes Of Tina Turner In The Studio, Andy Warhol At His First West Coast Show, Paul Newman On Set, And Martin Luther King During The Civil Rights March From Selma To Montgomery, Alabama In Many Ways This Work Is Photography As Film, A Poignant Narrative Expressed Through A Series Of Stark Images Early Shots Of Tijuana Bullfights, LA Happenings And Urban Street Scenes Show An Experimental Freedom That Would Translate Into The Vivid Cinematic Imagery Of Easy Rider And Beyond From A Selection Of Photographs Compiled By Hopper And Gallerist Tony Shafrazi Than A Third Of Them Previously Unpublished This Extensive Volume Distills The Essence Of Hopper S Brilliantly Prodigious Photographic Career Also Included Are Introductory Essays By Shafrazi And Legendary West Coast Art Pioneer Walter Hopps, And An Extensive Biography By Journalist Jessica Hundley With Excerpts From Victor Bockris S Interviews Of Hopper S Famous Subjects, Friends, And Family, This Volume Is An Unprecedented Exploration Of The Life And Mind Of One Of America S Most Fascinating Personalities

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  • Hardcover
  • 546 pages
  • Dennis Hopper: Photographs, 1961-1967
  • Tony Shafrazi
  • English
  • 07 October 2019
  • 9783836500579

10 thoughts on “Dennis Hopper: Photographs, 1961-1967

  1. says:

    In my humble opinion, it s a book quite arrogant, selfish, looking on his own mirror the only one by the author Dennis, like Andy Warhol thinks and suspect that s art everything Every particle of land, every centimeter of cement, every seed eaten by a bird everything So, comes to me, a philosophical question What s are the boundaries of art Who dictates the limits of arts By the way, all the photos are correct Nothing out of this world Incredible, the best of this book are the essays.

  2. says:

    By now, many of you are familiar with the Taschen program of releasing certain titles in a large format, limited edition, only to follow on with a slightly smaller format version of the same title at a greatly reduced price, perhaps a year or in the case of Helmut Newton s Sumo, ten years later Such is the case with three new popularly priced releases from the art book house From the time he shared the screen with James Dean in the seminal films Rebel Without a Cause and Giant, actor photographer was almost never without his camera It was, in fact, at the urging of his pal Dean that Hopper took up the lensman s craft to have another discipline besides acting, according to the text of Dennis Hopper Photographs 1961 1967 It was exactly that advice that led to a decade long portfolio that captured many of the leading progenitors of the West Coast art scene as well as a slice of his Hollywood years and an array of distinctive photographs taken throughout 60 s L.A From his perch in Venice, California, Hooper ensconced himself in a scene that included upstarts like Ed Ruscha, Ed Kienholz, Wally Berman, and Billy Al Bengston as well as partaking in visits with east coasters Roy Lichtenstein and der Warhol himself all pictured herein Hopper s position in the West Coast art community gives us a gritty, realistic, insider s view of a nascent group that eventually competed head on with the famed modern artists of the New York scene In addition to his photographic work, Hopper s film career is fully explored in text and photos covering everything from his career building roles in films like The Trip and Easy Rider to his later work in a wide panoply of films from Apocalypse Now where Francis Ford Coppola cast him as a Vietnam photo journalist to Blue Velvet to his own film The Last Movie and dozens Ample text is provided throughout by Iranian born exhibitor Tony Shafrazi with contributions from Walter Hopps, Victor Bockris, Jessica Huntley and the subject himself With both a comprehensive filmography as well as a publication and exhibition history, Photographs is much than an art compilation, but rather serves as a definitive history of the full creative output of the man himself In short, a major and essential work.

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