3 Apr – 11 Jul 2021
10am – 4pm
Location: Brett Whiteley Studio, Surry Hills
'...I am not interested in the Marxist side of printmaking…cheaper originals. A good print should have the same feeling of `rightness’ that a one-off drawing should have.’ – Brett Whiteley, 1982
Printmaking for Brett Whiteley was an extension of his paintings and drawings. Unique and expressive in its processes, it provided another way to investigate his constant themes. This exhibition features lithographs, etchings, linocuts and silkscreen prints of works produced by Whiteley between 1961 and 1992, including early abstractions, his Regent Park Zoo series, nudes, and works depicting Lavender Bay, landscapes and birds.
10am – 4pm
Thursday – Sunday only
Free admission made possible by J.P. Morgan
For education groups
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Studio is currently not taking school group bookings.
To support classroom learning, see our Brett Whiteley education resource
Image: Brett Whiteley The cat 1980 (detail). Brett Whiteley Studio collection. © Wendy Whiteley