Now showing at the national Portrait Gallery is an exhibition of 150 pieces by photographer Hoppé. These studio portraits will be shown alongside his fascinating photojournalist studies of everyday British people ranging from street musicians and circus performers to bus drivers and postmen, which capture the realities of day-to-day life between the wars. E.O. Hoppé is one of the most important photographers of the first half of the twentieth century.
Exhibition showing until 30th May at the National Portrait Gallery, Tickets will need to be purchased.
Image: Tilly Losch by E.O. Hoppé, 1928.
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