Actor Dennis Hopper may have lost his battle to prostate cancer last week, but his influence as an artist lives on, with an upcoming survey of his work at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Dennis Hopper Double Standard, curated by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Julian Schnabel, opens at the Los Angeles museum on July 11 with examples of his work over the past six decades, ranging from an abstract painting from the 1950s to 1960s photographs of Andy Warhol to 1980s graffiti-inspired works. New MOCA director Jeffrey Deitch organized the show at lightning speed after sharing it with Schnabel, who’d directed Hopper, his longtime friend, in Basquiat, in New York last winter. Though Deitch said he hoped the show would open "in time for Hopper to attend,” he says the late actor was “closely involved” with the preparations. "His passing will change the context of the exhibition, but it will be a celebration of his diverse and iconic works and his role as an artist,” Deitch said in a statement after Hopper’s death.