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Untitled (Stairs) Rachel Whiteread. 2001

Guggenheim Museum - Rachel Whiteread - The Exhibition Untitled (Basement), Mixed media, 112 x 436 x 241 inches. Photo by Gautier Deblonde.

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First impressions: Rachel Whiteread with one of the exhibits in her new show, Detached

Rachel Whiteread's Memorial to the Victims of the Holocaust at Judenplatz in Vienna. Shelves of closed books face inwards.

Rachel Whiteread's Memorial to the Victims of the Holocaust at Judenplatz in Vienna. Shelves of closed books face inwards.

Rachel Whiteread VIenna Holocaust Memorial  - Judenplatz

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'Wire Sculpture' The line pattern of a house repeated eleven times in the cube (1997) Concrete/Steel by Matt Mullican. Begijnenhof Eindhoven, Netherlands. January 13th, 2014

'Wire Sculpture' The line pattern of a house repeated eleven times in the cube Concrete/Steel by Matt Mullican.

Rachael Whiteread

Rachael Whiteread

Plaster mixing and pouring into forms with our students for a Rachael Whiteread-esque sculpture of negative space! - http://www.clairescreativeadventures.com/plaster-mixing-and-pouring-into-forms-with-our-students-for-a-rachael-whiteread-esque-sculpture-of-negative-space/

Plaster mixing and pouring into forms with our students for a Rachael Whiteread-esque sculpture of negative space!

Rachel Whiteread / House, 1993 Sprayed concrete (located London, destroyed 1994)

Rachel Whiteread / House, 1993 Sprayed concrete (located London, destroyed 1994)

Leap Into the Void: Rachel Whiteread at Gagosian Gallery Beverly Hills

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. Placed on a pedestal?