Hopper the Photographer
A book of the actor-artist’s work reveals how he shot the ’60s before revolutionizing them in movies.
It was James Dean who first told Dennis Hopper to pick up a camera. He thought it would make Hopper, then 18 and with a small part in Rebel Without a Cause, a good director. While anyone who’s ever seen Easy Rider knows Dean was right, it has taken many more years for the world to realize that Hopper was an equally good photographer.
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