Spread out over four spacious floors, Sydney's trendsetting White Rabbit Gallery is the largest collection of Chinese contemporary art found outside of China. Privately owned by Judith Neilson, the gallery features work from hundreds of artists and completely changes every six months to feature a new collection.
The White Rabbit Gallery styles its exhibitions from over 2,000 pieces of modern art personally sourced by Neilson on trips to China and Taiwan. Thought provoking and visually fierce, the featured art has included everything from paintings and sculptures to calligraphy, photography, and games. Opened in 2009, the White Rabbit Gallery as become a fixture in Sydney's art scene and is a popular stop on private art tours in the city.
The gallery can be reached by car from the Central Business District in about 10 minutes, or by foot from the Sydney Central train station. The site is also accessible by B-line bus, with a four-minute walk from the University of Technology Sydney, Broadway stop. Free, guided tours take place Wednesday through Sunday at 11am and 2pm. Reservations are not required—just arrive a few minutes beforehand. You'll also find a small teahouse serving Chinese dumplings on the gallery's ground floor. Travelers should note that the gallery usually closes for four to five weeks at a time in February and August in order to install new exhibitions.