White Rabbit Collection

The White Rabbit Collection is one of the world’s most extensive and significant collections of contemporary art from China. It contains over 2,500 works made by more than 700 artists. With a focus on works created since the year 2000, it is a document of social and artistic change in twenty-first century China. White Rabbit Collection is housed at Dangrove, a purpose-built and state-of-the-art storage facility and research centre in Sydney, Australia designed by celebrated architect, Alec Tzannes.  

Maintained with the collection is the Judith Neilson/White Rabbit Collection archive, an extensive and growing collection of artists’ own archival materials and artefacts, exhibition catalogues, documentation of studio visits and artist interviews.

The White Rabbit Collection Research Library contains both scholarly and generalist books, journals, catalogues and monographs. These examine Chinese artists and art history within the contexts of Chinese history, culture, sociology, politics and philosophy.

Curated exhibitions from the White Rabbit Collection can be seen bi-annually at the White Rabbit Gallery.

Dangrove is not open to the public, but researchers and post-graduate university students can visit the library and archive by appointment with the Manager of Research.

White Rabbit Collection
Archive

White Rabbit Collection 
Research Library

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