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

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Rachel Whiteread Vitrine Objects various materials The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles recently showed a selection of British artist Rachel Whiteread’s drawings.

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Double Doors II (A+B), Plasticized plaster with interior aluminum framework, two panels


OBJECT: Rachel Whiteread Doors

Rachel Whiteread’s doors is our selection for this week. The British artist recently had a show at Gagosian London, featuring signature scu.

Embankment by Rachel Whiteread (October 2005-April 2006)

Embankment by Rachel Whiteread (October Turner prize winning artist has created a labyrinthine installation built of semi-opaque white casts of boxes. With an overall volume of cubic metres, this is Whiteread's largest work to date.

Rachel Whiteread: Line Up

(Rachel Whiteread: Line Up) Made of plaster, pigment, resin, wood and metal---but at first I thought it looked like painted toilet paper rolls.

Rachel Whiteread, Water Tower, 1998. Whiteread is one of the Young British Artists, and exhibited at the Royal Academy's Sensation exhibition in 1997.

An exhibition at Tate Britain reveals the creative process behind the sculptor's art. Like her installations, Whiteread's works on paper are sober, spartan and thoughtful.

Rachel Whiteread - Challenging current creations

Rachel Whiteread Untitled (Orange Bath) 1996 Rubber and polystyrene 80 x 207 x 110 cm x x Exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery

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Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Rachel Whiteread. Rachel Whiteread became the first woman to receive the Turner Prize with her scu…