Flashback: 160 years of Australian Fashion Photos
The glamorous story of Australian fashion photography is revealed in Flashback: 160 years of Australian Fashion Photos, a new display opening at the State Library of NSW. Flashback showcases an exquisite collection of over 30 beautiful and iconic images from the State...
Gusto! A culinary history of Victoria
328 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Gusto! will feature a cornucopia of gastronomic treasures drawn from the collections of the State Library of Victoria, some items from the National Archive and the Art Gallery of Ballarat, as well as loans from corporate collections such as Kraft and Carlton United Breweries. The fabulous...
Brummels: Australia's first gallery of photography
Wheelers Hill VIC
“...campaign headquarters for a generation of photographers” Brummels Gallery of Photography was established in 1972 by the prominent photographer Rennie Ellis. As such, it was the first gallery in Australia dedicated to exclusively showing photography. Over an eight-year period...
Recent Exhibition This Is The Show: Rennie Ellis
South Yarra, Victoria
Rennie Ellis was always drawn to photographing bizarre, erotic and eccentric human performance. This accomplished Melbourne photographer captured extravagant visions of strippers strutting their stuff on stage or relaxing behind the scenes. Performers of what we now see as Burlesque became a...
Queen City of the South: Gay and Lesbian Melbourne
Latrobe Journal 87 Paperback, 200 Pages, Published 2011 Queen City of the South: Gay and Lesbian Melbourne presents a history that will be new to many readers. Using archives, remembrance, experience and reflection, the various contributors bring new insights to our knowledge and understanding of...
Up Close: Carol Jerrems with Larry Clark, Nan Goldin and William Yang
Up Close traces the significant legacy of Australian photographer Carol Jerrems [1949-1980], and situates her work alongside that of other photo-based artists from the 1970s and 1980s Larry Clark and Nan Goldin from New York, and William Yang from Sydney. Sharing an interest in sub-cultural...