The first presentation of Whiteley’s artistic career in its entirety.
A monumental six-volume collection that chronicles a lifetime of works in exhaustive detail. Compiled by art historian Kathie Sutherland over seven years, this set of cloth-bound books is presented in a deluxe, elegantly finished box set.
Volumes I and II hold paintings and drawings from the 1950s to the 1990s; Volume III contains Whiteley’s prints; and Volume IV compiles his ceramics and sculpture.
A final book, Volume VI, holds a cataloguing text, an exhibition history and an index of persistent themes that lend insightful form to the expanse of Whiteley’s rich and varied oeuvre.
Weighing 20 kilograms and totalling 2400 pages, including never-before-published works, Brett Whiteley: Catalogue Raisonné: 1952–1995 is an unprecedented publishing event that confirms Whiteley’s enduring significance as a visionary force of Australian art.
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