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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.

Rachel Whiteread, Monument, 2001 [Trafalgar Square]

Mike Smith Studio were asked to ascertain the possibility of producing a replica of the empty fourth plinth in resin, in London's Trafalgar Square for Rachel Whiteread.

Negataive Space with Rachel Whiteread | Trendland: Fashion Blog & Trend Magazine

Negative Space with Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread Monument, 2001 Resin and granite 354 x 200 x 94 inches x 510 x 240 cm)

Tate Britain commemorates over three decades-worth of work by contemporary artist Rachel Whiteread

Tate surveys takes in three decades of sculpture by Rachel Whiteread

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RACHEL WHITEREAD  Untitled (Trafalgar Square Plinth), 1999  Plaster and resin  35 1/2 x 19 1/2 x 41 inches (90.2 x 49.5 x 104.1 cm)  Ed. of 15

Untitled (Trafalgar Square Plinth) by Rachel Whiteread

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Rachel Whiteread, Doorway I, 2010

RACHEL WHITEREAD

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

Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Domestic), 2002 -one of Britain's leading contemporary sculptors -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 (Text from http://www.gagosian.com/)

Untitled (Domestic), 2002 by Rachel Whiteread

Rachael Whiteread 'house'

Rachael Whiteread 'house'

The first woman to win the Turner prize feels lucky to have been able to live off her art

Rachel Whiteread, 52: ‘In my 50s, I’m clearer about what I’m trying to do’

“Whiteread’s House in Bow, east London, the piece that won her the Turner prize.

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Photographer Jos Antonio Milln lets architectural remnants tell their own stories, through the impressions of decorative and structural elements on surfaces and the stark material transitions between different walls and rooms. He captures private spaces made public, revealing the remains of tiles, fixtures and furnishings from spaces past.

Ghost Building: Accidental Art of Demolished Architecture

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

Negataive Space with Rachel Whiteread | Trendland: Fashion Blog & Trend Magazine

Negative Space with Rachel Whiteread

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

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