Rachel Whiteread ~ Long Eyes "…revisits the subject of doors and begins a series of windows, using resin as her medium. She casts the front and back of each object and merges them to create an inverse of the original. The translucent nature of the resin imbues these pieces with a lightness which belies their mass, and Whiteread has chosen colors evocative of light in relation to the passage of time." ~ luhringaugustine.com

"The artist Rachel Whiteread creates elegant and poetic sculptures which explore architecture, space, absence and memory.

Rachel Whiteread - casts of interior living spaces - giving emptiness a presence- concrete ghosts

Rachel Whiteread Turner prize winner 1993 Charlotte Higgins The Guardian, Saturday 8 September 2007 BST In the summer of 1993 Rachel Whiteread began wor

Rachel Whiteread  Embankment, 2005 14,000 polyethylene boxes installed in the Tate Modern hall.

polyethylene boxes installed in the Tate Modern hall- Rachel Whiteread Embankment 2005

Rachel Whiteread , Untitled (Stairs) , 2001, Polymere reinforced plaster / Fibreglass and wood, Tate

Artwork page for ‘Untitled (Stairs)’, Rachel Whiteread, 2001 on display at Tate Britain.

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“ Rachel Whiteread’s Untitled (Domestic), is a massive sculpture cast from the negative space of the fire escape in an eighteenth-century three-story building that is now the Haunch of Venison.

Untitled (Sixteen Spaces), Rachel Whiteread.

Rachel Whiteread, CBE (born 20 April is an English artist who primarily produces sculptures, which typically take the form of casts. She was the first woman to win the annual Turner Prize in 1993

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Rachel Whiteread House Study (Grove Road) 1992 Correction fluid, pencil and watercolour on colour photocopy x 42 cm Courtesy the artist and Gagosian, London

Rachel Whiteread, "White Box"

Rachel Whiteread White box, 2006 Hand painted bronze Edition of 3 and 1 artist's proof 11 x 9 x 12 inches x 24 x 31 cm)

Rachel Whiteread, Water Tower, 1998 - first woman to win the prestigious Turner Prize

Eight behind the scenes photos of Rachel Whiteread’s Water Tower from the New York Public Art Fund, and a bonus PostSecret classic from the roof of the MoMA. I’ve always had a great affinity.

Rachel Whiteread . untitled (amber), 2012

Rachel Whiteread Untitled (Amber), 2012 Silver leaf, cardboard, celluloid and graphite on paper 16 × 11 in 42 × cm

Rachel Whiteread: Monument Untitled - Le quatrième socle à Trafalgar Square

Rachel Whiteread's Monument, cast in resin, on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, Her art is a uniquely poetic response to the everyday, and to the haunting themes of memory and mortality.