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
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
JULY 2016
Rachel Whiteread's new public sculpture "Cabin" will open to the public on July 19. The work located on Discovery Hill, one of the four Hills on Governors Island, New York, continues the artist's interest in producing evocative sculptures of negative spaces. In this case, Whiteread has created a concrete cast of a wooden shed, a place suggestive of retreat and introspection. “I was really thinking about Thoreau and the American Romantics, as well as the opposite of that – the grimmer, darker underbelly of America and the idea that some lonely person might live in a different way,” she says.
Rachel Whiteread, one of the leading international artists of her generation (awarded the Turner Prize in 1993 and represented Britain at the Veniec Biennale in 1997), will show in Bologna a group of works ranging from 1991 to 2013 that share the common vision of daily objects and intimate spaces in Giorgio Morandi's collection at MAMbo Museum. Her works dialogue with a "still life" of Giorgio Morandi from 1956.
JUNE 2012
The Whitechapel Gallery, London
British artist Rachel Whiteread has created a new work of art for the building's facade - her first permanent public commission in the UK. The Whitechapel Gallery commission is made possible by the Art Fund and is part of the London 2012 Festival. With additional support from The Henry Moore Foundation.
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