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Record Breaking Exhibition

Published on: 17 January, 2024

‘A Blueprint for Ruins’ is proving to be a favourite… last week we broke the record for the highest weekly attendance the gallery has ever seen!

Huge thank you to our staff and patrons for making the first month of this exhibition such a memorable one! Congratulations to Judith Neilson and our Curator David Williams on this achievement, the artists and to the entire team who helped put it all together .

Visit us soon to see what all the fuss is about! Entry is free.

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Published on: 15 January, 2024

You can now purchase your favourite White Rabbit publications 24/7 from the comfort of home! Domestic and International shipping is available for all orders.

You can also give the perfect gift, with a White Rabbit Gift Card! These e-Gift Cards have no expiry date and can be purchased directly through our Online Shop. They can be used online and in-store in both our Gift Shop and Teahouse.

YUAN SHUN袁顺, Soft Landing, 2018, wood, sand, lights, fog machine, stones, aluminium, just using 4 panels 400 x 400 cm total


Published on: 20 December, 2023

The White Rabbit Gallery’s 28th exhibition ‘A Blueprint for Ruins’ is now open! Visit us soon, admission is free!

Regular Operating Hours:
Wednesday to Sunday 10am-5pm

A Blueprint for Ruins. Coming soon.

Published on: 15 November, 2023

‘A Blueprint for Ruins’ reverberates with the shadows of the dispossessed within China’s urban metamorphosis. The artworks guide us toward the remnants of memories woven into the very fabric of each structure, even as the walls crumble. As the artist Hu Weiyi poignantly writes: “It’s as if every abandoned building, about to disappear, is attempting to sing its last note, and eventually they will come together to form a requiem for an era.”

The White Rabbit Gallery was established in 2009 to share Judith Neilson’s private collection of 21st-century Chinese art with the public. ‘A Blueprint for Ruins’ will be the 28th exhibition in the Gallery, which is a registered charitable institution funded solely by Judith Neilson.

‘A Blueprint for Ruins’, curated by David Williams, opens on 20 December 2023 and runs until 12 May 2024.

I Am the People


Published on: 28 October, 2023

I Am the PeopleLast Day: Sunday 12 November 2023 

The artists in this exhibition offer their nuanced perspectives, highlighting both the struggles and the aspirations of different groups within Chinese society. Whether we are viewing the world from the perspective of a factory worker in Guangzhou or a wealthy entrepreneur in Beijing, cutting across all boundaries is the need for harmony and belonging. Uniting the divide; between the poverty stricken and the politicians, labourers and ethnic minorities, clubbers and cowboys, is the rallying cry – I AM THE PEOPLE.


Curated by David Williams
28 June 2023 – 12 November 2023
Wednesday – Sunday 10am-5pm
Free Entry


Published on: 21 September, 2023

Old Building #20210630
Archival inkjet print
100cm x 200cm

“The images used in the creation of “Evening Light” are selected from daily photos taken from 2020 to 2022, and the final work is based on this. The whole society was in a special state of life over the three years, and so was my life. During this period, people spent the majority of time in a fixed area, usually in a fixed residence. As the sphere of activities was reduced, I had more time to pay attention to my surroundings and found some vivid “surprises”.” Huang Xiaoliang

Artist Visit: Hailun Ma

Published on: 17 August, 2023

It was such a pleasure having Hailun Ma visit the gallery last week and speak to us about her work! Hailun Ma’s artworks can be seen across Level 1 of our current exhibition, I Am the People.

Hailun Ma’s creative works open a new window for the viewers to approach Xinjiang and help them understand this region in a new perspective. Hailun Ma returned to Xinjiang in 2018 after living and studying in New York since 2013. She decided to use her lens to record the beautiful ‘hometown’ from her memory. With the help of her family, Hailun visited many villages around Kashgar, Akqi, and Xayar. Hailun has captured the unique yet easily overlooked experiences of the multi-ethnic compact lives in Xinjiang through her lens and presented the photos in a beautiful and respectful way.

HAILUN MA 马海伦, The Girl on the Sixth Floor, 2022, wool rug, 136 x 200cm

25% off your Day Tickets to Sydney Contemporary

Published on: 6 August, 2023

Sydney Contemporary, Australasia’s premier art fair held in partnership with MA Financial Group, returns to Carriageworks from 7-10 September. Across four days, and one huge Art Night, discover 95+ galleries, 500+ emerging and established artists, cutting-edge performances, large-scale installations, insightful panel discussions, and a range of exciting dining options.

We’re pleased to offer our audience 25% off your Day Tickets – please follow the link and use code WHITERABBIT25 to redeem your discount.

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