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Product Description: This elegant volume accompanies the first museum survey of drawings by Rachel Whiteread, tracing her career from the late 1980s to the present. While Whiteread's public works such as House, the monumental cast of a nineteenth-century terraced house in the East End of London that earned her the Turner Prize, Water Tower, which graced the skyline of downtown Germany, and Untitled Monument in Trafalgar Square are renowned, her works on paper have remained largely unknown to the general public...read more
By Rachel Whiteread (contributor)
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9783791350387 | Prestel Pub, February 1, 2010, cover price $49.95 | About this edition: This elegant volume accompanies the first museum survey of drawings by Rachel Whiteread, tracing her career from the late 1980s to the present.

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9781861542182 | Booth-Clibborn Editions, March 31, 2007, cover price $125.00

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Product Description: "To make a sculpture in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern is an enormous challenge. The space is like no other-gargantuan and enveloping. I hope to challenge the space by developing a degree of intimacy, which somehow relates to all our lives...read more
By Gordon Burn (contributor), Rachel Whiteread and Catherine Wood (contributor)
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9781854375711 | Tate Gallery Pubn, March 14, 2006, cover price $35.00 | About this edition: "To make a sculpture in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern is an enormous challenge.

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Product Description: The British installation artist Rachel Whiteread does deliberately what the lava of Pompeii did naturally. She casts whole rooms or architectural details to create a sculptural reversal, places and objects which both literally and figuratively leave an impression and occupy space firmly even in their immateriality...read more
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9783883759357 | Kunsthaus Bregenz, January 30, 2006, cover price $50.00 | About this edition: The British installation artist Rachel Whiteread does deliberately what the lava of Pompeii did naturally.

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Product Description: In little more than a decade Rachel Whiteread has emerged as one of the most significant British artists of the past fifty years, with a substantial international reputation. Based upon a practice of inverted casting - making space tangible - Whiteread's work offers both intimate and public meditations on vital questions of history, memory and social change...read more
By Chris Townsend (editor) and Rachel Whiteread (editor)
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9780500285046 | Thames & Hudson, November 30, 2004, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: In little more than a decade Rachel Whiteread has emerged as one of the most significant British artists of the past fifty years, with a substantial international reputation.

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Product Description: New Lower Price! Rachel Whiteread creates spare, poetic sculptures that challenge perceptions of the commonplace. Working from everyday domestic items, she casts--in rubber, concrete, plaster and polyester resin--the negative spaces inside closets and underneath beds, sinks, bathtubs and chairs...read more
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9780892072873 | Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, March 1, 2004, cover price $39.95 | About this edition: New Lower Price!

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Product Description: The newly founded gallery Haunch of Venison inaugurates its opening with an exhibition by internationally acclaimed sculptor Rachel Whiteread. The exhibition and accompanying publication feature Whiteread's newest work, Untitled (Domestic), a massive sculpture cast from the fire escape staircases of Haunch of Venison's premises--a 3-storey building constructed in the late 18th century that was originally the home of Admiral Lord Nelson...read more
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9780954067113 | Haunch of Venison, December 1, 2003, cover price $35.00 | About this edition: The newly founded gallery Haunch of Venison inaugurates its opening with an exhibition by internationally acclaimed sculptor Rachel Whiteread.

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Product Description: A Guggenheim Museum Publication Rachel Whiteread (b. 1963) creates spare, poetic sculptures that challenge perceptions of the commonplace. Working from everyday domestic items, she casts-in rubber, concrete, plaster, and polyester resin-the negative spaces inside closets and underneath beds, sinks, bathtubs, and chairs...read more
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9780810969346 | Guggenheim Museum Pubns, December 1, 2001, cover price $60.00 | About this edition: A Guggenheim Museum Publication Rachel Whiteread (b.

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Product Description: The first major book on one of England's most important young artists. At a time when young British artists are receiving international acclaim and attention, Rachel Whiteread is generally considered to be one of the foremost sculptors of her generation...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
By Fiona Bradley (introduced by), Rosalind E. Krauss, Tate Gallery Liverpool (corporate author) and Rachel Whiteread
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9780500279366 | Thames & Hudson, April 1, 1997, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: The first major book on one of England's most important young artists.

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