Nestled in the back streets of a quiet Sydney suburb sits one of the world's largest collections of contemporary Chinese art.
Between charming old warehouses and Soho style lofts, White Rabbit Gallery's eye-popping array of artwork is spread out over three floors. It's an engaging, approachable collection attended to by ever-helpful staff. Exhibitions rotate every six months, and names on the walls range from big guys such as Ai Weiwei to artists virtually unknown outside of China.
After a brief seasonal closure, White Rabbit reopened yesterday with Down The Rabbit Hole, a free show that jumps from mixed-media installations and video to papercuts, ice sculpture and furniture.