[Left] Edward Hopper, Lombard’s House, 1931. [Right] Robert Adams, Interstate 25. Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1968-1972.
For The Art Show organized by ADAA, Fraenkel Gallery is pleased to present Edward Hopper & Company, an exhibition exploring Hopper’s influence on post-war American photography. Three important Edward Hopper watercolors—Lombard’s House, 1931; Wellfleet Road, 1931; and Circus Wagon, 1928—and an early self-portrait from 1903-06 are interwoven with works by four key photographers whose sensibilities refect his influence: Robert Adams, Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander, and Stephen Shore.
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