In the Press

  • Half the Sky

    · By John Dunn

    Half the Sky is the first major book on contemporary art in China by women. Author Luise Guest (Director of Education and Research at White Rabbit Gallery, home of one of the world’s great collections of contemporary Chinese art) believes ‘contemporary art in China is unlike anything in the rest of the world.’ 

  • Judith Neilson launches Half the Sky

    · By John Dunn

    Last night Judith Neilson, Founder of the White Rabbit Gallery, introduced Luise Guest’s HALF THE SKY to many of Luise’s family, friends and colleagues.HALF THE SKY is being launched to the public at Kinokuniya Sydney. See here for details.

  • Fiona Hall Wrong Way Time

    · By John Dunn

    The exhibition Fiona Hall: Wrong Way Time was seen by 250,000 people in Venice. It returns to Australia to open at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra in April 2016, and in Sydney in August.

  • Gregory O’Brien wins major award

    · By John Dunn

    Gregory O’Brien has been announced as the winner of the 2012 Prime Minister’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction in New Zealand. His recent writing includes Euan Macleod: The Painter in the Painting (Euan Macleod is a New Zealand born artist based in Sydney), and he was a central character in Kermadec: Nine Artists Explore the South Pacific where he acted as a co-ordinator, artist, editor and writer for an amazing artists’ journey and accompanying book about a remote and rarely visited region at the heart of one of the world’s great ocean wilderness areas. The vast Kermadec region, between New Zealand...

  • Del Katrhyn Barton

    · By John Dunn

    Congratulations to Del Kathryn Barton on winning the 2013 Archibald Prize, which was announced by the Art Gallery of New South Wales like this...

  • Child’s shoe hidden in attic

    · By John Dunn

    Around 1840 this child’s shoe was concealed in our house following the death of three children. Placed there by someone who believed it would protect the family, it remained in place for 170 years until discovered by Nick White who retains it as a keepsake that connects him with the house. Below Nick is photographed in the attic with the shoe for a Herald article.

This is Sirius: Short film by Agostino Marcello