Scatching the surface: Photographs by Dennis Hopper
Almost 80 vintage prints and photographs by the American photographer, actor and film director Dennis Hopper (1936-2010).
Hopper established his reputation as a cult film director with Easy Rider in 1969 and went on to play numerous important roles in films such as Apocalypse Now a decade later.
However his interest in photography went back to the 1950s, following encouragement from fellow actor James Dean.
Throughout the 1960s Hopper used his camera to document American life and his photographs are included in the permanent collections of a number of important American art institutions including New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, (MoMA).