Brett Whiteley Studio

Dedicated to one of the most renowned Australian artists, the Brett Whiteley Studio offers visitors the chance to walk through the late artist’s home and studio. Brett Whiteley bought this former warehouse in 1985 and converted it into a living/work space. The gallery includes a changing collection of the artist’s paintings as well as memorabilia, unfinished work, and walls covered in graffiti, text, and images.

Brett Whiteley Studio

  • Brett Whiteley Studio, Raper Street, Surry Hills NSW, Australia

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