A collaboration with the Rennie Ellis Photographic Archive
The Pass~Port and Rennie Ellis Archive collaboration celebrates the work of an iconic Australian photographer, and shares it with a diverse audience of skateboarders, creatives and admirers. When Trent Evans, founder of Pass~Port, first came across Rennie’s work, he felt an immediate...
The Rennie Ellis Show
Free entry to exhibition
The Rennie Ellis Show: The photographer Rennie Ellis (1940–2003) was a key figure in Australian visual culture. Ellis is best remembered for his effervescent observations of Australian life during the 1970s–90s, including his now iconic book Life is a beach. Although invariably...
Kings Cross 1970 to 1971:
Photographs by Rennie Ellis Exhibition
Free Entry to Exhibition
Kings Cross 1970 to 1971: Photographs by Rennie Ellis The gritty underbelly of Sydney's iconic Kings Cross from the 1970s is exposed in striking detail in our exciting new free exhibition, Kings Cross 1970 to 1971: Photographs by Rennie Ellis. Featuring original B&W images from the...
Decade 1970-1980:Rennie Ellis
A book that is a "distillation of the essence of the seventies”
Decade: 1970-80 is in available in leading bookstores nationally in August 2013. Decade:1970-1980 is published by Hardie Grant Books in association with the State Library of Victoria, and showcases Rennie Ellis’ contribution to photography and social history. The photographs in the book...
Reportage Photography Festival in Sydney, May 25 – June 13, 2013
Reportage Festival is a celebration of visual narrative, raising awareness and understanding of documentary photography and the issues represented by the medium, whilst supporting artists and delivering unique workshops. Now in it’s 11th season it has become a featured event of Vivid...
Carol Jerrems exhibition at NGA
When Rennie Ellis founded Brummels - the first photography gallery in Australia - in December 1972, he officially opened the gallery with the exhibition Two Views of Erotica that showcased works by Henry Talbot and the then relatively unknown photographer, Carol Jerrems. For Jerrems,...