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The White Rabbit Gallery is a contemporary art museum located in the Sydney inner-city suburb of Chippendale, New South Wales, Australia. It exhibits selections from the White Rabbit Collection of 21st-century Chinese contemporary art. The collection, one of the largest of its kind in the world, is owned by Judith Neilson, who founded the gallery in 2009.
|Location||30 Balfour Street, Chippendale, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Type||Contemporary art museum|
|Collections||21st-century Chinese contemporary art|
|Collection size||2,500 works|
Located at 30 Balfour Street, Chippendale in a renovated former warehouse and Rolls-Royce service depot, the gallery accommodates only a small part of the White Rabbit Collection, which contains more than 2,500 works by several hundred artists. The gallery holds two exhibitions a year, for which the entrance level and three upper floors are entirely re-hung.
The White Rabbit Gallery is a registered charitable institution wholly funded by the Neilson Foundation.
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- Official website
- Current exhibition
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