Brett Whiteley was arguably Australia's most famous contemporary artist before his tragic death in 1992. He is best known for his stunning views of Sydney Harbor, sensuous female nudes and self-portraits. In 1985, he converted a former T-shirt factory into a studio and residence. This is now administered as a public museum by the Art Gallery of New South Wales, and showcases examples of Whiteley's work together with personal effects and memorabilia. The museum also mounts regular thematic exhibitions on Whiteley and other artists.
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