Rachel Whiteread, CBE (born 20 April 1963) is an English artist who primarily produces sculptures, which typically take the form of casts.
Russia sanctions should be phased out if Ukraine ceasefire holds Rachel Whiteread's Gabriel
London 11/09/2017. Tate britain at the opening of Rachel Whiteread
Great to see Rachel Whiteread's works in one single room Britain!
A strong show - but is it time cast her net more widely? review -
Love Rachel Whiteread - an inspiring woman and body of work
Turner Prize winner Rachel Whiteread: ‘My sheds are poetry, not pointless Plop Art’.
Great start to the autumn season with Rachel Whiteread Lovely to catch up with great press team and the art world
by The Guardian the fabulous sculptress Rachel Whiteread.
Rachel Whiteread exhibition veriew – the secret eifl of things
Worried of going to that Rachel Whiteread exhibition in case she casts the inside of the Tate while I'm in it.
Rachel Whiteread exhibition review: 'Making solid a volume of air'. Looking forward to seeing this!
Rachel Whiteread inside out artwork certainly make u think about what really is going-on inside of what ur…
Turner winner Rachel Whiteread has a pop at 'plop art'
Rachel Whiteread exhibition review – the secret life of things
Cool, so there's Soul of a Nation at Tate Modern and there's a Rachel Whiteread retrospective at Ta…
Rachel Whiteread's beautiful installation facade are exquisite x
Funny: "alongside permanent artworks by a range of contemporary artists, including Rachel Whiteread.
Rachel Whiteread might want to consult her lawyers about that Katy Perry staging..…
This set reminds me of Rachel Whiteread at the Tate Turbine Hall but less exciting
What We're Hearing: Place (Village) by Rachel Whiteread to go on permanent display at
Benedetta Tagliabue and Rachel Whiteread to speak at this year’s Women in Architecture Luncheon - and how to book
Rachel Whiteread. Untitled (paperbacks). 1997. The negative cast of the interior of a library, turned inward.
Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Paperbacks),1997 created by casting the negative space of library shelves
Rachel Whiteread - Rachel Whiteread is a Turner Prize winner of 1993. One of her most successful pieces is...
Rachel Whiteread succeeds again: Double Rubber Plinth, 1996 subtle but iconic. mute. present
Benedetta Tagliabue and Rachel Whiteread to headline Women in Architecture luncheon
Pritzker Prize Juror, Benedetta Tagliabue, will be a keynote speaker at the 2017 Women in Architecture Awards,...
The Saint Louis Art Museum has acquired a large-scale sculpture by Rachel Whiteread
Delighted to show the world reknowned sculptors Rachel Whiteread and Marcus Taylor around the gallery today. What...
features some of my Rachel Whiteread "Cabin" photos in this article about the artist:
Rachel Whiteread on new commission 'It's my mission to make things more complicated'
is up on the blog. it's about houses of concrete. Think: Rachel Whiteread.
Just came acros this: . Modern Chess Set by Rachel Whiteread" I rather like it but it looks impossible to play! lol!
The shoah monument was designed by Rachel Whiteread. It symbolizes an anonymous library
Eileen Cooper: First woman to be elected Keeper of the Royal Academy (2011).
Rachel Whiteread: First female winner of the Turner Prize (1993).
Yes indeed, we are delighted. Cheers Stuart! Plus thanks to everyone who has never heard of Rachel Whiteread ;-)
Oh dear they thought you were Rachel Whiteread on University Challenge
we really are Dave. The Johnston family have never chanted Rachel Whiteread so vehemently...
Rachel Whiteread also won K Foundation Art Award for worst artist of the year from the KLF. Prize money was £40K, double Turner Prize money.
For today, meets Rachel Whiteread. She is the 1st woman who received the Turner Prize
Current London weather has me feeling like this vintage Rachel Whiteread shot
I nominate Rachel Whiteread for the Pritzker prize (that's for architecture btw)
Someone ought to organize a Robert Gober, Doris Salcedo and Rachel Whiteread show. That would be quite nice.
Top story: '¿Las escaleras de Rachel Whiteread suben o bajan?… see more
Rachel Whiteread Embankment, 2005 14,000 polyethylene boxes installed in the Tate Modern hall.
In 1993, Rachel Whiteread was the first woman to win the Tate Gallery's Turner Prize.
Rachel Whiteread/Tracey Emin colab on a Camden budget.
Rachel Whiteread, Raze VI, postcard with punched holes, 2010.
Art on the Underground - - New Tube map cover by Rachel Whiteread via
Rachel Whiteread's retrospective film inspired by Faust
Daybed by Rachel Whiteread and Side tables by Jasper Morrison both for SCP at The Future Perfect Gallery
Artist page for Rachel Whiteread. Includes biography, selected works, publications, selected press, past exhibitions, and news.
Love the new Tube map by Rachel Whiteread. Grab one now - it will be a collectors' item!
is Rachel Whiteread working really big? construction site, Liverpool St station
A decade of artists' tube map covers:
Rachel Whiteread's new cover for the London underground pocket tube map:
Love the new Tube map by Rachel Whiteread. Pity real holes would make it impractical
Getting lost in art.. 'Embarkment' by Rachel Whiteread
designs new 'Tube' map cover Bet the hasn't covered this yet either
Look out for Rachel Whiteread's 'The Hole of London' Tube Map cover on the network today!
Tate galleries in London are named for Tate&Lyle the sugar co, I'm CONVINCED Whiteread's cubes = visual pun
Art on the Underground: Rachel Whiteread designs latest pocket tube map cover
Strange seeing Rachel Whiteread's Demolished photos of Clapton Pk Est towers demolition. I was there too & had to run from dustcloud!
I was given the artist Rachel Whitread by John Campbell. RACHEL WHITREAD Detached 1, 2012 Concrete and steel 78 3/4 x 67 11/16 x 42 15/16 inches (200 x 172 x 109 cm) Photo by Mike Bruce Rachel Whiteread Listed Exhibitions (104 Kb) Rachel Whiteread Bibliography (53 Kb) Rachel Whiteread is one of Britain's leading contemporary sculptors. Born in London in 1963, she studied painting at Brighton Polytechnic from 1982–85 and sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1985–87. She shot to public attention in 1993 with her sculpture, "House," a life-sized replica of the interior of a condemned terraced house in London's East End which provoked intense public debate until it was eventually demolished in 1994. She won the Turner Prize in 1993. Over the last decade she has developed a significant international reputation, creating major public works in both Europe and the United States. Her winning proposal for the Holocaust memorial at the Judenplatz in Vienna was one of the most prestigious sculptural co ...
Just been working, with BBC1 Pointless on in the background. My ear was caught by the final category, "Contemporary artists", which was then refined into Young British Artists of 1997 (are you listening Sharyn?). The contestants - who had themselves chosen this category - came up with David Hockney, Damien Hirst and Banksy. Now, the point of Pointless is to find an answer that the majority of the audience don't know or don't guess. However, every single artist was "pointless", apart from Hirst who scored only five points, and Tracey Emin who scored a little more, apparently. The others were: Chris Ofili, Gavin Turk, Gillian Wearing, Marc Quinn, Mark Wallinger, Michael Landy, Rachel Whiteread, Sarah Lucas, Sam Taylor-Wood. All totally pointless, because nobody in the audience had heard of them. How about a visit to Tate Modern, folks?
A house, actually made from jelly. This is not on our books but I bet it's good with ice cream!
New studio! Plans to fill a guitar with concrete a la Rachel Whiteread...
I wish I could be back in your London gallery with Rachel Whiteread
We love Rachel Whiteread’s work – casting the inside of places or forgotten spaces makes for really interesting sculptures. Her latest body of work is currently being exhibited at the Gagosian Gallery in London from April 11th till 25th May.
ffs, that's the one show I really wanted to see. There's a Rachel Whiteread exhib on that I'd like to see.
The Blanche and A. L. Levine Court features a selection of paintings and sculpture from the 1970s to the present, chiefly drawn from the Museum's holdings. Works by significant and influential North American and European artists who have contributed to defining the principal modern and contemporary art movements are presented, including Georg Baselitz, Chuck Close, Philip Guston, David Hockney, Ellsworth Kelly, Anselm Kiefer, Agnes Martin, Malcolm Morley, Martin Puryear, Pat Steir, Andy Warhol, Rachel Whiteread, and Terry Winters
The Man Ray exhibition is amazing, as is Rachel Whiteread's at the Gagosian. Urge everyone to go see both!
There are many works featured in incl. Paul Nash, William Turnbull & Rachel Whiteread
Rachel Whiteread is Britain's greatest living artist via
Rachel Whiteread and the decaying streets of Palermo – the week in art
Shipping crate as pedestal, at our Upper East Side Apt. Rachel Whiteread daybed, sculpting negative space...
Great Rachel Whiteread exhibition at the Britannia Street. But then anything big looks great in that vast clean space
The spring-cleaning needs to be done, even Rachel Whiteread’s Holocaust Memorial gets a fresh look!
"With her new London exhibition featuring casts of the common garden shed, Rachel Whiteread makes us slow down ... "
mag singing+music.Shame cliched production a la Berlin, Whiteread .Get help from or eg Mendes for cinema
opens Fri at with works from inc. Rachel Whiteread, Tracey Emin, Martin Creed and more.
Rachel Whiteread still casts a spell via
Influential artist Rachel Whiteread will display a new series of sculptures with "Detached" at gallery:
Stop touching Rachel Whiteread's bath! I understand it's seductive but come on
Photo: Rachel Whiteread’s House getting demolished in 1994. A Brief and Incomplete History of Stolen, Lost,...
Tree of Life by Rachel Whiteread: an artwork for the facade of See the team behind the piece
Photo: Rachel Whiteread, Ghost. A plaster cast of a room; filling in the negative space, and with the...
Rachel Whiteread's 'House' also merited special mention; speaker Marina Vaizey apparently also something to do with judging the Turner Prize
New sculpture by Rachel Whiteread will open @ Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street on 11 April!
on our Hollyhock seed project with Rachel Whiteread & Åbäke Available at
Went to launch of the Hollyhock Seeds. Beautifully packaged with Rachel Whiteread print in an origami packet by
My first reaction was that it was an exhibition about interior mouth sculptures, sort of a bodily Rachel Whiteread. Oops!
Barbara Kruger, Rachel Whiteread, Paula Rego...Not really an 'Artist' in that way but Annie Leibovitz!
Rachel Whiteread's 'House', the interior of a Victorian terraced house won the Turner Prize in 1993.
Tuesday morn artists review is Rachel Whiteread, CBE (born 20 April 1963) is an English artist, best known for her sculptures, which typically take the form of casts. She won the annual Turner Prize in 1993 – the first woman to win the prize. Whiteread is one of the Young British Artists, and exhibited at the Royal Academy's Sensation exhibition in 1997. She is probably best known for House, a large concrete cast of the inside of an entire Victorian house, and for her resin sculpture for the empty plinth in London's Trafalgar Square. Whiteread's work is impressive in scale I remember seeing a large work at the Tate Modern years back pictured of a street scape of blocks of foam. Her work also regards bricks and mortar, stair well light fittings and other architectural For what they are bricks and mortar.
Like the Rachel Whiteread house. Crack the metal off and he'd be an exact copy of a train carriage.
Happy Boxing Day! Here's Rachel Whiteread's Embankment made from the cast of boxes. How high is your pile from Xmas?
Kowtow's T-Shirt Countdown to Armageddon Art on the Avenue 2012 Accompanying track: "Bad HeARTbreak" from Coaster (1996). On this day in 1993, Rachel Whiteread won both the £20,000 Turner Prize award for best British modern artist and the £40,000 K Foundation art award for the worst artist of the year.
What's it like to make giant monuments for Rachel Whiteread? Or to paint spots for Damien Hirst? The people behind some of Britain's best known art share their highs – and lows.
Yup, it's the Tate Modern - it's by Rachel Whiteread. I remember going to see it - it was so tempting to climb the boxes!
My old studio on Carpenters Road Straford E15 - is now part of the Olympic Park. Famous artists in residence during my time there in the late 1980's - Grayson Perry and Rachel Whiteread
'I couldn't say no. It felt right to do this one' Rachel Whiteread on creating the facade of the Gallery
video abt Rachel Whiteread's gallery facade "a quiet gift to the east end" LOOK OUT FOR THE WATERMELON
Curated by the Tate, Gallery of Lost Art website reveals the stories of missing artworks. The site displays art works that have been lost, stolen or destroyed and reveals the stories behind them. Among the artists whose work is on show are Marcel Duchamp, Joan Miró, Rachel Whiteread , Tracey Emin and Willem de Kooning, whose drawing was erased by Robert Rauschenberg in 1953 to create Erased de Kooning.
Discover more about Rachel Whiteread's new golden addition to the facade with a review by
to Whybrow's module with this essay from the Gallery of Lost Art on Rachel Whiteread's 'House'
Rachel Whiteread interviewed by Mark Lawson over on The Guardian
Mark Lawson talks to Rachel Whiteread, imo, one of the true artists amongst the YBAs. Guardian.
Great interview with Rachel Whiteread on her art here: via - top stuff Mark Lawson.
Rachel Whiteread: 'I'm not a joiner-in' via Mark Lawson coins best title ever for show "Sanatogen Sensation"
DTN UK: Rachel Whiteread: 'I'm not a joiner-in': Her massive works of art have caused both wonder and controvers...
Tate given artworks by David Hockney, Lucian Freud and Rachel Whiteread via
.The very successful gallerist I called Kudmi is one of the biggest dung bags I've ever had the grand fortune of meeting.When I ask him if he's ever heard of Damien Hirst,Martin Askem,Tracy Eminen,Michael Landy,Ian Mckeever,Christopher Lebrun,Rachel Whiteread,Gary Hume,Jason Martin,Ian Davenport and that grand fabricator to the worlds biggest celebrity painters Mike Smith of the London studios,he just stares at me like a constipated Owl on boxing day.
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