The first in a series of articles about artists and works in the collection.
The ‘Search the Collection’ browser within the JN Projects website is an astonishing new resource. It enables people the world over to explore the artists and works of the White Rabbit Collection in unprecedented detail. Now, as 2019 draws to a
Judith Neilson first discovered contemporary Chinese art while visiting China in 1999. From that moment, her fascination has driven the White Rabbit Collection. Today it is the largest ongoing private collection of contemporary art from Greater
This blog post is excerpted from an article published in 'The Art Life' on 25 June 2019, and is based on several conversations between the artist and White Rabbit Collection Manager of Research, Luise Guest, that took place in 2011, 2015 and 2019.
An extract from a quarterly essay:
An interview with the pioneer of Chinese video art in Hangzhou
If there were any doubt that the art scene in China is as relentlessly creative, taboo-breaking, entrepreneurial and just plain exciting as ever, you need look no further than the April research trip to China undertaken by White Rabbit Manager of
17 Artists in 13 Days As part of Judith Neilson’s commitment to fostering the deep understanding of contemporary Chinese art shared by staff at the White Rabbit Collection and at White Rabbit Gallery, Research Manager Luise Guest visits China