Tag: White rabbit collection research library

Jiang Pengyi: Writing with Light

Our focus artist this week is Jiang Pengyi, renowned photomedia artist. Here, we discuss his Grace and Trace (2016) series, and recommend resources found at the White Rabbit Collection Research Library for those wanting to learn a little bit more! 

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THEN: White Rabbit Gallery turns 10!

This year White Rabbit Gallery celebrates its tenth birthday with THEN, a show that fizzes with all the excitement of Chinese contemporary art at the start of the twenty-first century, recalling Judith Neilson’s astonishment and delight in her first

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What’s new this week in the White Rabbit Collection Research Library

See what’s new in the White Rabbit Collection Research Library this week:

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What’s new in the White Rabbit Collection Research Library?

We are always acquiring new and interesting titles for our ever-growing research library. See below for just a handful of recent additions!

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Mao's Mangoes

Q: When is a mango more than a mango? A: In China, during the Cultural Revolution

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Shoes & The City: Lu Xinjian, Nike and the White Rabbit Collection

In early 2011 two paintings by an emerging Chinese artist were acquired for the White Rabbit Collection. They used an unusual technique derived from the aerial mapping of cities to produce large, apparently abstract canvases with grids and formalist

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From the White Rabbit Collection Research Library

As a specialist research library which aims to advance scholarship in the field of contemporary Chinese art, the library at Dangrove reflects the diversity of ideas explored by artists from the White Rabbit Collection. The Dangrove Research Library

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"Paradise will be a kind of library" (Jorge Luis Borges): Establishing the White Rabbit Collection Research Library

Developing a research library in the highly specific field of Chinese contemporary art from scratch is no mean feat, and when I began this work two years ago I was keenly aware of the problems I would encounter: key texts may prove to be out of

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