Dennis Hopper’s crazy life in Taos, New Mexico is now being revealed in this new book. Check it out…
One of actor Dennis Hopper‘s defining roles was his portrayal of a crazed photojournalist in the 1979 classic Apocalypse Now. But what he really wanted to be remembered for was his real life as a photographer, off the big screen. […]
Hoping to realize her father’s dying wish, Marin has released a new collection of the actor’s photos in a book called Drugstore Camera, published by Damiani.
These never-before-seen pictures were taken mostly between 1970 and 1972, when the actor moved from Los Angeles to rural Taos, New Mexico to edit his follow up to Easy Rider, the 1969 classic film about counterculture which he starred in and directed.
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