Documentary Photography, ‘The Big Outdoors’


By Ken Russell
London, U.K. 1954
Signed silver gelatin print
Limited Edition of 25
Paper size 20h x 16w inches

Before his uproarious film career, Ken Russell started out with a Rolleicord camera, documenting teddy girls and bomb-scarred streets. Russell is one of Britain’s most distinctive film directors, celebrated for The Devils, Women in Love and The Who’s rock opera Tommy. Ken Russell has been described by film critic Mark Kermode as ‘someone who thought with his eyes’; Russell himself called his photographs his ‘still films.’

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