Puedes leer la entrevista completa en español en el issue de marzo/abril de lamono: NOSTALGIA, aquí. Para recibir la revista en tu casa puedes suscribirte enviando un e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
We won’t be young again. Days go by and this too shall pass, but memories remain, still, and if we look back, we may recall that youthful night of initiation, that night where we shared a bed and perhaps something else. What would be of us if we couldn’t reminisce, with some sadness and melancholia, that timeless moment, certainty of what we’ve lived? Often Ellis’s photographs provoke more questions than answers, but the word nostalgia wouldn’t be what it is if it wasn’t for Rennie Ellis. His images not only capture the moment, but their power draws us to it, to the Australia of the seventies: naked bodies, liquor bottles and surfboards. He considers his photographic journeys as encounters with outlandish lives, and offers us the oasis of the past, portraying the idiosyncrasies of the human condition. Surreal scenes whose protagonists are witnesses to the birth of sub-cultures, the sexual revolution, change. Now, some of Rennie Ellis’ works have been complied in Decade 1970-1980: Rennie Ellis a book that is a distillation of the essence of the seventies, where through some of his photographs he compels us travel through time, and invites us to unveil that fascinating era, to know where did we come from and where do we want to go. T: Teo Camino
You can read the entire interview in english at lamono’s March / April printed issue: NOSTALGIA here. To recieve the print magazine at home you can subscribe to lamono by sending an e-mail to email@example.com
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