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White Rabbit

Down the rabbit hole to a Chinese art gallery and tea room

Shi Yong, A Bunch of Happy Fantasies Photo: White Rabbit
Li Hui, Cage, 2006-2014, green iodide lasers, fog machines, dimensions variable Photo: White Rabbit
Hong Hao, Tian-A, 2008, digital print of scanned images Photo: White Rabbit

This spacious gallery in a converted factory tucked away in the unassuming Chippendale neighbourhood, displays only a small part of the collection of contemporary Chinese art amassed by philanthropic art patron Judith Neilson. Run as a self-funded non-profit, it is free to the public and also features a popular tearoom on site. Plans are afoot to move the collection to a purpose-built arts centre in close proximity to the current location.


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Photo: Xu Zhen (produced by MadeIn Company), Eternity, 2013-14, glass-fibre-reinforced concrete, artificial stone, steel, mineral pigments, 1500 x 100 x 340 cm

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