Does love conquer all? It’s long been taught but the White Rabbit Gallery’s newest exhibition explores the idea of love in all its guises in great detail. Dubbed ‘I Loved You’, a number of Chinese artists join forces to explore the idea of love in all it’s forms including intangible love you might associate with a city, time or memory. There are several pieces across the gallery that expound on themes of friendship, memory, unrequited love and romance.
I Loved You, White Rabbit Gallery
Explore a number of immersive artworks which promise to transport you to old and new places. Artist Qiu Jiongjiong leads us through the hectic streets of Beijing to a moody underground bar depicting sentiments of longing and wistfulness.
Gao Rong touches on bittersweet childhood nostalgia while Shi Yong pays homage to a friend through poetry displayed in a pool of red neon lights. Zheng Haozhong’s art explores a kind of love often ignored — self-love. Other artists to watch out for include Hu Weiyi, Jiang Zhi, Jin Shi and many more.
Pieces of art abound across four floors and promise to resonate with one and all in some way or another. Other interactive elements include a decked out piano, a karaoke bicycle lit up with lights and a deserted apartment.