You never saw Dennis Hopper without his cameras during the 1960s. He had them on film sets, location shoots, at parties, in bars, galleries and diners, when he was walking in political demonstrations and even when he was driving down the freeway. He captured movie stars, pop idols, artists, girlfriends, writers and often complete strangers. What Hopper didn’t realize at the time was that we was capturing some of the most fascinating moments of his time through his keen and intuitive eye. Dennis Hopper: Photographs 1961-1967 ($94) is like no other. No book out there captures the essence of the 1960’s quite like this one.
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