Candid Camera: Australian Photography 1950s – 1970s
Adelaide, South Australia
A survey of Australian documentary photography from the 1950s to the 1970s, Candid Camera comprises more than eighty photographs by renowned Australian photographers, including Max Dupain, David Moore, Jeff Carter, Robert McFarlane, Mervyn Bishop, Rennie Ellis, Carol Jerrems and Roger Scott.
Sin City: Crime and Corruption in 20th Century Sydney
Circular Quay Sydney
From crooked police, politicians and judges, through to the shysters, hucksters and thugs who ran Sydney's sub terrain, few cities have experienced such overt corruption as Sydney during the 20th century. Organised crime held a grip on the city and corruption was rife, infiltrating the top levels...
Acquisition by State Library of Victoria
The Library is in the process of purchasing a substantial part of the Rennie Ellis Collection, an extraordinary visual record of Australia's social history and popular culture in the last decades of the 20th century. This acquisition will ensure that this unique resource is preserved for the...
We are pleased to announce that Mossgreen Gallery is our new Victorian Representative. Mossgreen Gallery is located at 310 Toorak Road near the corner of Chapel Street in the hub of Melbourne's South Yarra retail and lifestyle zone. The gallery directors Paul Sumner and Amanda...
The Middle Park Hotel
The Middle Park Hotel boutique accommodation is nearing completion as the final touches are being put into the unique 25 room hotel designed by architects Six Degrees. We are delighted to announce that photographs by Rennie Ellis have been selected to feature on the walls of these luxurious and...
Up the Cross: Rennie Ellis and Wesley Stacey
Rennie Ellis and fellow photographer Wesley Stacey spent the summer of 1970-71 in Kings Cross, getting to know the locals and delving behind the scenes. Together they captured the sights, sounds and pulsating rhythms of life on the streets, in the clubs and residences of Sydney's infamous red...