Credit: Rachel Whiteread/Gagosian Gallery, London  Stairs, 1995

Rachel Whiteread drawings at Tate Britain

Rachel Whiteread drawings at Tate Britain Stairs, 1995 Rachel Whiteread/Gagosian Gallery, London

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

Rachel Whiteread, House House was filled with concrete, then the exterior was removed leaving what was once the negative space that had been the interior.

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

Rachel Whiteread Untitled (Stairs) 2001 Medium: Plaster, fibreglass and wood Dimensions Object: 3750 x 220 x 5800 mm Collection: Tate

Racheal Whiteread - Orange Bath

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Yellow Bath) Rubber and polystyrene…

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The Jealous Curator /// curated contemporary art /// i’m jealous of rachel whiteread

Rachel Whiteread  Untitled (Fire Escape), 2002  Mixed media  289 3/4 x 215 3/8 x 236 3/8 inches

looks like paper for paper project Rachel Whiteread - Untitled (Fire Escape), 2002

Rachel Whiteread. Don't *always* love her, but sometimes the whole negative space effect is pretty cool. From artofthestate.co.uk--

Rachel Whiteread created this installation when she was moving house. the separation of this old and the bringing together of things new.


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