WHERE STREET KNOWLEDGE MEETS PHOTOGRAPHY
LOVED & POSTED
All Anders Petersen Arlene Harriet Gottfried Boogie photographer Boris Mikhailov Bruce Davidson Bruce Gilden Charles H. Traub Chi Modu Claudio Abate Contrasto Danny Lyon Dash Snow Deanna Templeton Derek Ridgers Dirty Dancing Donna Ferrato Ed Templeton Eligio Paoni Elisabetta Catalano Elizabeth Waterman Estevan Oriol Ewen Spencer Ferdinando Scianna Francesca Woodman Francesco Cito G8 Genova Gabiele Galimberti Gianni Berengo Gardin Giovanni Gastel Glen E. Friedman Glen Luchford Gordon Parks Gregoire Alessandrini Helen Lewitt Helmut Newton Herbert List I Love You In Extremis Jamel Shabazz Janette Beckman JH Engstrom Jim Goldberg Jocelyn Bain Hogg joe conzo Jonathan Mannion Joseph Rodríguez Kenneth Cappello Larry Clark Lauren Greenfield Lee Friedlander Loved&Posted Ludovico Quaroni MAGNUM PHOTOGRAPHY Malick Sidibé Mario De Biasi Martha Cooper Mary Ellen Mark Master of Photography Mattia Zoppellaro Maxxi Michael Donovan Mike Brodie Mike Miller Mike Schreiber Miron Zownir Mohamed Keita Nan Goldin Paolo Di Paolo Paolo Monti Paolo Pellegrin Paolo Woods Pasquale De Antonis Pieter Hugo Punctum Press Rap is risen Rave revolutionary photography revolutionaryphotographers Richard Avedon Richard Sandler Ricky Powell Rino Barillari Roma 1968 Sandro Becchetti Sandro Giordano Sergey Bratkov Shirin Neshat Sophie Bramly Stanley Green Street Level Photographs street photography Stupid Sue Kwon Tano D'Amico Tazio Secchiaroli Terry Richardson The Individualist The Street is Watching Thomas Hoepker Tim Davis Usher Fellig Vivian Maier Vuhlandes Weegee William Klein Wynn Miller Yan Morvan
Thomas Hoepker started taking pictures when he was 16 when he received an old 9x12 glass camera from his grandfather. He developed his prints in his family's kitchen and bathroom and started earning some money by selling photos to friends and classmates. From 1960 to 1963 he worked as a photographer for Münchner Illustrierte and Kristall.