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REVIEWS

SYDNEY

White Rabbit

Commune

MICHAEL LIN, Untitled Gathering, 2008, emulsion on 320 wood stools, dimensions variable. Photo by Michael Young for ArtAsiaPacific.

While private art museums—those owned by wealthy patrons to showcase their personal art collections—have become almost commonplace in China, they remain a novel concept in Australia. One notable exception to this is Judith Neilson's White Rabbit, a three-story converted warehouse in Sydney that exhibits a rotation of her contemporary Chinese art collection of approximately 1,000 pieces by 350 artists—though only a fraction has been shown to date. Her eclectic selection captures the…

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