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PREM SAHIB - BALCONIES
JULY 2017

The Kunstverein in Hamburg presents the first solo exhibition in Germany of the British artist Prem Sahib. The artist works predominantly with sculpture and draws on the aesthetics of public and personal spaces. For Balconies, a new series of works maneuver the fragile intermediate area between the public and private sphere.
1 July - 3 September 2017
 
RACHEL WHITEREAD - Belvedere Museum, Vienna 2018
MARCH 2018

Celebrating 25 years of Rachel Whiteread's internationally acclaimed sculpture, this touring exhibition is a comprehensive survey of one of Britain's leading contemporary artists. Having opened at Tate Britain last year, this show will place a special emphasis on the drawings and preparatory works for Whiteread's great permanent memorial to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust, unveiled in 2000 at the Judenplatz in Vienna.  
 
7 March - 29 July 2018
 
RACHEL WHITEREAD - Tate Britain, London
SEPTEMBER 2017

Celebrating over 25 years of Rachel Whiteread's internationally acclaimed sculpture. The most comprehensive exhibition to date, this study of Whiteread's career brings together well-known works such as Untitled (100 Spaces) 1995 and Untitled (Staircase) 2001 alongside works that have never been previously exhibited.
 
12 September 2017 - 21 January 2018
 
TRACEY EMIN: SURROUNDED BY YOU - Chateau La Coste, Provence
JULY 2017

Château La Coste is pleased to announce Surrounded by You, an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Tracey Emin. Twelve canvases have been carefully selected from the past ten years of Emin’s work, to present an important reflection on her relationship with painting.
2 July - 31 August 2017  11:00am - 6:00pm
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TRACEY EMIN: 'I Want My Time With You' - St Pancras, London
APRIL 2018

Tracey Emin, in partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts, presents a new public work at St Pancras train station in London. Marking the 150th Anniversary of St Pancras station, I Want My Time With You is Emin’s largest work to date, spanning 20 meters. The text simultaneously evokes intimate platform reunions and serves as a broader welcoming gesture to European arrivals. It will be viewable throughout 2018 by the millions of passengers that pass through the iconic train station every week.
 
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