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Well-known for his dynamic images of the rock and roll icons, radical British political activist and photographer John “Hoppy” Hopkins published his work in London papers for five years, before turning from photojournalism to capture his own universe in 1965: drugs and drug users, Hells Angels, mods, Beats, tattoo artists, and others who left a mark on 60s counterculture. With more than 150 images, this survey of Hopkins’ work spans the breadth of his career, documenting the full spectrum of the political and cultural changes of his time.
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Hardback. 160 pages.
H 8” W 11.50” D 0.80”
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