Remaining exhibition display print from Ben Hopper’s 'Dancers on Rooftops' @ Giving Something Back solo exhibition (2013).
Dancers on Rooftops: "Wherever there’s a rooftop, a dancer and a camera".
A personal ongoing photo-project by Ben Hopper (2008 - 2018).
Title: "“I can hug the city from here”, Anderson Braz (#1)" (2013)
Print: Archival C-type print on Fuji Crystal Archive Matt paper, mounted on white 5mm foamex
Size: 59.4 x 42 cm (A2)
Edition: Edition of 8, signed and numbered
Price: Tends to change according to my mood (original 2013 exhibition price was £260).
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From the Press Release: Inspired by dancers and unique rustic rooftops ranging from Hackney Wick in
East London to Tel Aviv in Israel.
Ben Hopper eloquently and organically captures dancers in mid-pose, as they embrace the rawness of the rooftops or the city skylines which aid in fostering and harbouring their creative career.
“‘Dancers on Rooftops’ features 2 of my greatest loves; dance and rooftops. The different perspective you get when you’re on the top of a building has always fascinated me. The toned beautiful bodies of the dancers make a perfect combination.”
Hopper’s subtle yet enticing perspective offers an insightful view into what it means to ‘dance’ on both the metaphorical and literal cityscapes that make up whichever geographical area we choose to call home.
This collection of photographs was originally displayed at Ben Hopper’s Giving Something Back solo exhibition at Stour Space in London, September 2013.
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