A fully illustrated catalogue showcasing 150 of Hoppé’s portraits accompanies the exhibition, with essays by curators Phillip Prodger and Terence Pepper.
Featuring previously unpublished work, Hoppé Portraits establishes Hoppé as a great figure in the history of photographic portraiture through a rich selection of strikingly modernist portraits, as well as early photojournalist studies. This important survey includes many previously unpublished photographs as well as new research into his life and work. Special price £22.50 (RRP £30) (hardback)
A range of books and gifts inspired by Hoppé and his society, street and studio portraits are available from the Gallery shops and online, including exclusive postcards, posters, greetings cards, badges, bags and prints. Plus a range of gifts which reflect Hoppé’s era, such as Art Deco inspired jewellery and hair accessories and CDs featuring music from the 1920s and 30s.
Hoppé Portraits: Society, Studio & Street catalogue cover