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Five boxes of treasure

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Dennis Hopper was not only a gifted actor and director, but also a passionate photographer. Five boxes filled with his photographs had been stored away and forgotten, to be discovered only after Hopper passed away in 2010. The pictures are now being published in the exhibition '"Dennis Hopper – The Lost Album", open at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin from 20th September to 17th December 2012.

The discovered photographs are pictures Hopper had selected for his first major exhibition, before storing them in boxes. Taken during the years of 1961 to 1967, they are legendary images, documenting a lost era. They include very personal portraits of many stars of the times, such as Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Paul Newman and Jane Fonda, but Hopper also took pictures in the streets of Harlem, on the cemeteries of Mexico or at bull fights in Spain, producing thousands of photographs within this short period of time. Now, the five boxes of forgotten treasure have found their way back into the world.  

Further information at: www.berlinerfestspiele.de

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