“Making casts of everyday things, she materializes emptiness and opens up some amazing, almost metaphysical third space between reality and imagination, the public and the private, stillness and frenzy.” - Jerry Saltz on Rachel Whiteread.
A member of the Young British Artists, Rachel Whiteread was the first female recipient of the prestigious Turner Prize. Whiteread received extensive critical attention for her work throughout the 1990s, winning a Venice Biennale medal for sculpture in 1997.
We worked with the artist and Luhring Augustine Gallery to create this unparalleled Monograph of her work.
Pictured: Rachel Whiteread, photographed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.
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