Gagosian Gallery is following up last May's exhibition of Dennis Hopper photographs with another body of work at Eden Rock Gallery in St. Barthes. The exhibition will feature black-and-white portraits of various artists including Ed Ruscha and Roy Lichtenstein, taken from Hopper's "Lost Album," as well as works from his "Drugstore Camera" series. Hopper's photos capture the essence of the sixties and feature many of the big players who made the era what it was. The photos are now a part of the permanent collections at the Metropolitan Museum, LACMA, MoMA, MOCA, and the Carnegie Museum of Art, and they have been displayed in several major exhibitions around the world.

The exhibition opens December 26 and runs through January 31.

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