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Carol Jerrems (1949 - 1980)
Exhibition

3 December 2016 — 11 February 2017
Josef Lebovic Gallery
103a Anzac Parade
Kensington 2033
New South Wales, Australia

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.  Now, Jerrems...
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The Rennie Ellis Show

3 December 2016 — 29 January 2017
Art Gallery of Ballarat
40 Lydiard St North, Ballarat, Vic 3350
Free entry
Open 10am – 5pm

The Rennie Ellis Show highlights some of the defining images of Australian life in the 1970s and '80s. For the iconic Australian photographer Rennie Ellis, the period from the 1970s to the 1990s was a great period of change — a world free of risk, of affordable inner city housing, of...
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The Rennie Ellis Show

19 August 2016 — 16 October 2016
NERAM
106 - 114 Kentucky St Armidale NSW
Tickets: $5.00 / Free - Friends of NERAM

The Rennie Ellis Show highlights some of the defining images of Australian life in the 1970s and '80s. This was the period of Gough Whitlam, Paul Keating and Bob Hawke; AC/DC and punk rock; cheap petrol and  coconut oil; Hare Krishna's and street protests and Rennie Ellis was there to...
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GAY PRIDE 1973

3 March 2016 — 10 April 2016
Monash Gallery of Art
860 Ferntree Gully Road
Wheelers Hill Victoria 3150
Free entry

In 1973 the Australian Gay Liberation movement upped the ante by instigating a series of Gay Pride festivals in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. This was a time when homosexual sex was classified as a criminal act across Australia, and the Gay Pride events sought to challenge these...
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ON THE BEACH

11 December 2015 — 28 February 2016
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
Civic Reserve, Dunns Road
Mornington, Victoria 3931
Free entry to exhibition

"On the Beach" considers the place of the beach within Australian life. A public space of recreation and leisure the beach epitomises the liberties of Australia’s democratic society. While in the lead up to Federation many 19th century artists looked to the bush to galvanise a fledging...
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Pass~Port Skateboards
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...
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