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Rachel Whiteread : Sculpture

Rachel Whiteread : Sculpture

Rachel Whiteread Hold, 2005 Plaster, wood and aluminium 9 x 23 x 9 inches x 60 x 25 cm)

Rachel Whiteread #3, She is known for casting the front and back of each object and merges them to create an inverse of the original. -Post by Michael Xufu Huang

Rachel Whiteread She is known for casting the front and back of each object and merges them to create an inverse of the original. -Post by Michael Xufu Huang

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled, 2010 Mixed media 5 units

21 December 2010 post: Rachel Whiteread, Selected Sculptures & Interview

Rachel Whiteread, Black Books

A. Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread ), British / "Black Books", black pigmented plastic and steel . sculpture of rows of book with spines facing inwards preenting blank face to viewer, one of series of works by the artist inspired by book form

Rachel Whiteread Drawings - Hammer Museum

The Hammer Museum presents the first museum retrospective of drawings by British artist Rachel Whiteread. While her sculpture is well known and widely publis

The first woman to win the Turner prize feels lucky to have been able to live off her art

Rachel Whiteread, 52: ‘In my 50s, I’m clearer about what I’m trying to do’

Whiteread’s House in Bow, east London, the piece that won her the Turner prize.

Familiar space, unfamiliar objects | Rachel Whiteread 'Detached I', 2012 Concrete and steel

From Gagosian, Rachel Whiteread, Detached I Concrete and steel, 78 × 67 × 42 in

One Hundred Spaces (1997)  One Hundred Spaces is a series of resin casts of the space underneath chairs.

Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread Untitled (One Hundred Spaces) 1995 Resin units) Dimensions variable (detail) Exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery

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