Untitled by Thomas Hoepker
6″ x 6″ Magnum Square print
Fuji Crystal Archival Matte paper
Signed by Thomas Hoepker
Statement from Thomas Hoepker on the back of print
"People often ask me, 'What is your most important tool?'. And I reply, 'comfortable shoes.' Indeed, most of my pictures were made while walking through a city or a landscape. I found this particular scene while strolling through the streets of Reno, Nevada one night in 1963. I was on assignment for the German magazine Kristall. the writer, Rolf Winter, and I flew to New York, rented a car, drove across the country and back again. We had no briefing from our editors except, ' Give us your opinion on America. Come back ones you feel you have seen enough.' This project led me to eventually publish a book titled Heartland, a rather critical view of the United States in the nineteen sixties. The clown at the lunch counter never saw me."
Thomas Hoepker is a German photographer and member of Magnum Photos. He is known for stylish color photo features. He also documented the 9/11 World Trade Center destruction. Hoepker originally made a name for himself in the 1960s as a photojournalist with a desire to photograph human conditions.
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