Stewart Stern and two of his most iconic collaborators, James Dean (in Rebel Without a Cause) and Dennis Hopper (in The Last Movie). Stewart Stern, a screenwriter most noted for providing one of the three screenplays, Rebel Without a Cause (1955), that transformed James Dean into a 20th-century god, passed away Monday, February 2, at age 92. Show More Summary
"Let's have an intelligent conversation here. I'll talk and you listen." - Deacon (Dennis Hopper) in Waterworld
Major works by Thomas Struth, Dennis Hopper, George Condo, Andy Warhol and a curated section of appropriation art will be featured in the auction of Post-War & Contemporary Art at Bonhams, on November 11 in New York. Leading the sale are two masterpiece photographs by renowned German contemporary photographer, Thomas Struth. Show More Summary
1. David Lynch Looked at one way, most of David Lynch’s movies are horror movies. Is there a more petrifying moment in cinema than the Winkie’s diner scene in Mulholland Dr.? Is there a more menacing monster than Dennis Hopper’s gas-huffing...Show More Summary
When the iconic actor, director and artist Dennis Hopper died in 2010 at the age of 74, his family discovered that he was something of a pack rat.
The “Captain America” bike that starred in the 1969 film "Easy Rider," with Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, is up for sale at a Los Angeles auction.
Dennis Hopper’s personal journey may have brought him to Taos. But according to my New Mexico people who know Taos well, locals are furious that Hopper was buried there because now their little cemetery where they remembered their dead now has a bunch of hippies leaving joints and booze and smoking and drinking some of […]
At the heart of 60s counterculture, Hopper was there with his camera - documenting the fashion, the politics and the famous friends. This post is from The London Word and should not be republished elsewhere without prior permission. Please check out our site for more great stories and features. ‘Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album’ at RA
Irving Blum and Peggy Moffitt, 1964 We all know Dennis Hopper as an amazing actor and a talented director, but most people aren’t aware that Hopper once had a passion for photography. In his younger years Dennis took up photography as...Show More Summary
Irving Blum and Peggy Moffitt, 1964 “Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album” is an exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts in London featuring 1960s America street photography by Dennis Hopper. Hopper was perhaps best known as an actor and director, but in the 1960s he was also an avid street photographer. His photos from that […]
Irving Blum and Peggy Moffitt, 1964 Dennis Hopper was perhaps best known as an actor and director, but in the 1960s he was also an avid street photographer. His photos from that period spanned the East and West Coasts of the U.S. and documented the urban and countercultures in which Hopper was immersed. After taking […]
Dennis Hopper (left) and Jeremy Thomas on the set of Mad Dog Morgan (1976). All photos courtesy of Jeremy Thomas. Britain doesn’t exactly nurture independent film. Bar the few directors making movies about skinheads or suicidal Irish...Show More Summary
Yesterday was the 45th anniversary of the release of "Easy Rider," the low-budget ($360,000) feature that made a fortune ($41 million), changed Hollywood forever, and mythologized the counter-culture. The late Dennis Hopper directed; he also co-starred and wrote the screenplay with Peter Fonda (who produced). Show More Summary
Credits: The Hopper Art Trust © Dennis Hopper, courtesy The Hopper Art Trust. www.dennishopper.com Alt Text: Andy Warhol, Henry Geldzahler, David Hockney and Jeff Goodman, 1963, by Dennis Hopper 'Superb' photo show reveals Hopper's self-taught...Show More Summary
The legendary actor shows he had a keen eye for photography.
The Royal Academy of Arts in London has opened Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album, which runs until 19 October. These photos from 1960s America were discovered after Hopper's death in 2010 and it's the first time they've been shown in the UK (CLICK). Show More Summary
Dennis Hopper: The Lost Album at the Royal Academy of Arts presents more than four hundred original photographs taken between 1961 and 1967 by Dennis Hopper, the American actor, film director and artist. The photographs were personally...Show More Summary
[caption id="attachment_67218" align="alignleft" width="640"] Ed Paschke, 2 tatuz 1969[/caption] Eek. Seems like celebrity programming is taking up 50% of museum shows these days. Dennis Hopper’s getting another show, this time at the Royal Academy in London. Show More Summary
For nine years in the 1960s, the actor disappeared from Hollywood. A trove of photos found after his death reveals he spent this time documenting the crazy world around him.
Apocalypse Now star Dennis Hopper is set to get his first London photography exhibition, four years after his death. The show, entitled 'The Lost Album', will be a rerun of an exhibition Hopper held in 1970 at the Fort Worth Art Centre...Show More Summary