Dennis Hopper, the outlaw of American film, died in May 2010. For the general public, however, he will forever remain that beatnik cavalier sitting astride his Harley Davidson in the road movie Easy Rider. An hymn to liberty and smokin’ joints, hair in the wind. An American dream that influenced an entire generation. This voluminous work, featuring pictures from 1961 – 1967 (edited by gallerist Tony Shafrazi), is Dennis Hopper’s behind the scenes vision.
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