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Showcasing modern Chinese art from the current century, the White Rabbit Gallery offers four floors of diverse works and free film screenings, as well as a relaxing tea house on the ground floor. The gallery is open Thursdays through Sundays from 10...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
30 Balfour Street | Chippendale, Sydney, New South Wales NSW 2008, Australia
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There are 3 or 4 levels of exhibits but the size of the gallery is quite small as compared to many others. However, I do enjoy looking through all of the exhibits as each one of them had a purpose and is trying to convey...More
Type of visit not accurate as there's no option for family (adult).
My daughter (in her 20s) went here to look at the installations (as per photos). Anyway, long story short, we finished looking at all the exhibit in just 30 mins. It said here...More
We visited this art gallery in Sydney. Unfortunately it was a case of being on a wrong day as it was pretty busy on this particular day and we did not really enjoy the experience. The art showcased at the White Rabbit Gallery wasn't something...More
I am told that it is the largest collection of Contemporary Chinese Art outside China. Totally non profit - nothing for sale; it is owned by some affluent person who obviously loves the Culture. Only two shows each year. Nothing is ever the same. There...More
This privately operated gallery feels like a well run enterprise.
The art is varied in execution - photography, ink wash, Chinese style landscapes using natural pigments, audio visual, installation and a ceramic piece by Ai Weiwei. All the pieces have a strong narrative behind them....More
It challenges and pushes the boundaries and makes you think -saw the previous exhibition, The Sleeper Awakes, and it was certainly thought provoking and made you wonder about Mao's legacy.
Although labelled "Chinese", it seems more relevant in today's world than the tpical landscapes etc....More
What a fantastic gallery and café!
Such an intriguing use of space, with an extremely thought-provoking and eye-catching exhibition.
And to cap it all, the café serves exquisite teas and tasty dumplings, nuts and snacks.
The staff are polite and efficient, the atmosphere buzzing and...More
The current Exhibition ‘SUPERNATURAL’ is super.
Well worth a look at if your visiting Sydney.
There are some spectacular sculptures to see and I have included these in my photos .
Enjoy the pics and go see the exhibition