Dennis Hopper was known for his ability to inhabit the skin of a character in a manner that would stay with you long after the credits rolled. What is lesser known about the actor is his keen photographic eye. The exhibition Dennis Hopper – The Lost Album, on at Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau museum until December 17, reveals a collection of Dennis’ personal photos that had been tucked away in five forgotten crates. Taken between 1961 and 1967, the shots provide insight into Hollywood life, both through landscapes and portraits of icons including Paul Newman and Andy Warhol.
Images © The Dennis Hopper Trust, Courtesy of The Dennis Hopper Trust