Visit the Brett Whiteley Studio in 3D

The Brett Whiteley Studio was the workplace and home of Australian artist, Brett Whiteley (1939–92).

The artist bought the former warehouse in 1985 and converted it into a studio and exhibition space. He lived there from 1987 to 1992, the year he died in Thirroul.

The visitor is offered the unique opportunity to experience the atmosphere of the space – the studio with his unfinished paintings, art equipment and collections of reference books, and the graffiti wall covered with quotes and images.

The living area has memorabilia such as photographs, objects, postcards, furniture, his music collection and sketchbooks. The gallery has changing exhibitions of the artist’s works: paintings, drawings, sculpture and graphics from the Brett Whiteley Studio, Art Gallery of New South Wales and private collections.

Explore a 360-degree immersive experience of the Brett Whiteley Studio. Formerly the workplace and home of the renowned Australian artist Brett Whiteley (1939-92), the Studio now presents exhibitions relating to Whiteley’s art, archives and legacy.

Featuring the exhibition Brett Whiteley: Feathers and Flight, this self-guided virtual visit showcases the works of art in-situ as well as the environs of the Studio. Journey through the rooms of the Studio and encounter Whiteley’s paintings, sketches, photographs, postcards, newspaper clippings and other highlights from the Brett Whiteley Studio Archive.

You can learn more with clickable hotspots: the colour-coded ‘smart-tag’ dots provide access to artwork label text (red), audio recordings (yellow) and archival material (green). To move between floors of the Studio, click on the pop-up ‘Open Highlights’ icon or the ‘View Floor Plan’ icon at the bottom left of your screen.

Click here to visit the website for this immersive experience.