Gijsbert Hanekroot (1945) - William Burroughs, London, 1970

Gijsbert Hanekroot (1945) - William Burroughs, London, 1970
Digital print - Artist's stamp, Signed - 7/200

Edition 7 of 200 copies. Digital print, 275 grams, signed and stamped. Dimensions 30 x 45 cm.

William Burroughs at a press party to introduce a new underground magazine, London 1970.

Will be sent carefully packaged.

Dutch photographer Gijsbert Hanekroot (Brussels, 1945) began his career in 1969 and worked for magazines and newspapers in the 1970s. His career as a photojournalist fits perfectly with the explosion of the rock scene and he masterfully documented this golden age of music history - and photographed many of the greatest icons of that time. Hanekroot sought to capture images that revealed the man behind the musician. Trying to express a deeper truth about his subjects resulted in portraits that are natural and intimate, relaxed and sincere.
The photographer is represented by Blitz Gallery, Tokyo, Blue Lotus Gallery, Hong Kong, Mondo Galeria, Madrid, Proud Galleries, London and ONO- Arte, Bologna.

Lot details
Gijsbert Hanekroot (1945)
Title of artwork
William Burroughs, London, 1970
Digital print
Artist's stamp, Signed
Very fine
Image size
389×260 mm
Total dimensions
1×300×450 mm
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