A survey of the work of Rachel Whiteread has just opened at the National Gallery of Art, its only East Coast venue, and is well worth the trip to Washington, D.C. Whiteread has produced a remarkable body of work.It is powerful, poignant, and recognizably her own. Her work appeals to the broadest possible audience – with no gimmicks. The work was acquired by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in the autumn of 2004. House and the Turner Prize. In October 1993 Whiteread completed House, the cast of a Victorian terrace house. She had begun considering casting an entire house in 1991. This September, the National Gallery of Art will host the first stateside installation of the traveling international exhibition, "Rachel Whiteread."Booked for the Washington, D.C., museum's East Building, designed by I.M. Pei, FAIA, and renovated in 2016, the exhibition will feature roughly 100 pieces by Whiteread, who is known for her inside-out casts of common objects and architectural. A major retrospective of Rachel Whiteread's work will open at Tate Britain in 2017 and travel to the National Gallery of Art in 2018. The exhibition is organized by Ann Gallagher, Director of Collections British Art at Tate, and Molly Donovan, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the NGA. Born in Ilford in Essex, Rachel Whiteread moved to London when she was seven. Her mother, the artist Patricia Whiteread, was involved in important exhibitions of feminist art at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts in the 1980s.
As the first comprehensive survey of the work of British sculptor Rachel Whiteread b. 1963, this exhibition brings together some 100 objects from the course of the artist’s 30 year career, including drawings, photographs, architecture-scaled sculptures, archival materials, documentary materials on public projects, and several new works on view for the first time. Rachel Whiteread, CBE born 20 April 1963 is an English artist who primarily produces sculptures, which typically take the form of casts. She was the first woman to win the annual Turner Prize in 1993. Whiteread was one of the Young British Artists who exhibited at the Royal Academy's Sensation exhibition in 1997.
Through her iconic casts of domestic objects and spaces, Rachel Whiteread has created a language of her own, one that subtly tells stories about the quiet moments of our lives and the places they are lived out. Through the more than 100 objects on display in her survey at the National Gallery of Art, it is clear that throughout her 30-year career, Whiteread has honed this voice, and used it to. Rachel Whiteread is an influential contemporary English sculptor known for her concrete casts of domestic spaces, architecture, and objects. View Rachel Whiteread’s 336 artworks on artnet. Find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks for sale, the latest news, and sold auction prices. See available sculpture, prints and multiples, and works on paper for sale and learn about the. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. As the first comprehensive survey of the work of British sculptor Rachel Whiteread b. 1963, this exhibition brings together some 100 objects from the course of the artist’s 30 year career, including drawings, photographs,. RACHEL WHITEREAD I don't always know what is on exhibit when I head to a museum. During one of my recent trips to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC I was lucky to stumble upon artist Rachel Whiteread for the first time. Imagine my delight when I turn the corner and see a. Rachel Whiteread, one of the pre-eminent sculptors of her generation, was born in London 1963. She studied painting at Brighton Polytechnic from 1982 - 85, and sculpture at Slade School of Art.
14.01.2019 · The Rachel Whiteread sculpture show at the National Gallery of Art ended its four-month run this weekend, but because of the partial government shutdown,. 30.05.2014 · In her breakthrough 1990 work Ghost, Rachel Whiteread created a positive from a negative, making a plaster cast of the interior void of a Victorian.
Rachel Whiteread will be in conversation with Whitechapel Gallery director Iwona Blazwick on the occasion of receiving the gallery’s annual Art Icon award for 2019. The pair will discuss the artist’s career and work, in which everyday settings, objects, and surfaces are transformed into ghostly replicas. Rachel Whiteread, House, East London, 1993. Photo by Richard Baker / In Pictures via Getty Images. Descriptions of British artist. Rachel Whiteread. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Art, Washington. The sculpture’s political dimensions helped make it especially divisiveness. In 1993 Whiteread became the first woman to win the prestigious Turner Prize, an annual prize awarded to a British artist. Since then she has received numerous awards and commissions, and her works can be found in the collections of renowned museums around the world, including the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, and Tate Britain in. A National Gallery of Art apresenta a primeira grande retrospectiva da escultora britânica Rachel Whiteread b. 1963, com mais de 100 objetos produzidos ao longo de 30 anos de sua carreira, incluindo desenhos, fotografias, esculturas em escala arquitetônica, materiais de arquivo, documentos e obras inéditas mostradas pela primeira vez nesta ocasião. A mostra também traz uma ampla.
UK, London, Whitechapel Art Gallery RACHEL WHITEREAD PLASTIKEN UND ZEICHNUNGEN 2005. Germany, Schwerin, Staatliches Museum RACHEL WHITEREAD 2004. Brazil, Sao Paulo, Museu De Arte Moderna. Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, National Art Gallery Malaysia, Penang, Penang State Museum And Art Gallery Thailand, Chiangmai University Gallery. Rachel Whiteread at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC is up through January 13, 2019 in the East Building Concourse Galleries. The exhibition is curated by Molly Donovan, curator of art, 1975–present, National Gallery of Art, Washington, and Ann Gallagher, director of collections British art, Tate Britain, London. Me, an art icon? Rachel Whiteread on the award-winning career she sculpted. via a period of unscheduled closure at the US National Gallery of Art owing to the government shutdown. 30.09.2018 · Introduction to the Exhibition—Rachel Whiteread. Unsubscribe from National Gallery of Art? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working. Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 11.7K. Loading. British artist Rachel Whiteread's Natinoal Gallery retrospective celebrates 30 years of casting everyday objects into art. Rachel Whiteread’s “Ghost, Ghost II” 2009, polyurethane, 14 parts, from the Agnes Gund Collection, is part of the NGA’s retrospective of her work. Sometimes the inspiration you seek is right in front of you.
11.12.2018 · National Gallery of Art: Rachel Whiteread exhibit - See 9,112 traveler reviews, 5,132 candid photos, and great deals for Washington DC, DC, at TripAdvisor. Art World How Sculptor Rachel Whiteread Transformed a World War I Military Shelter Into Her Latest Public Artwork. The Turner Prize-winning artist has cast a Nissen hut as a memorial to the war. At the press event for Rachel Whiteread on Wednesday, September 26, 2018, remarks were given by Earl A. Powell III, director, and Molly Donovan, curator of art, 1975–present, both of the National Gallery of Art. “Rachel Whiteread” will include 96 objects from throughout the artist’s 30-year career. The exhibition previously has been shown in London, Vienna and Washington, DC, where it has impressed visitors and critics alike. In a review of the recent presentation at National Gallery of Art. They are Whiteread's first bronze sculptures, and her first works made specifically for outdoor exhibition. Untitled Pair will be sited in the grounds of the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, joining works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Tony Cragg and others. Provenance. Anthony d'Offay Gallery.
Born in 1963, Rachel Whiteread has lived and worked for most of her life in London. She studied painting at Brighton Polytechnic, and sculpture at the Slade School of Art, London. In 1991 she was first nominated for Tate’s Turner Prize, becoming the first woman to win in 1993.Her spare sculptures are made using the technique of casting, with materials such as plaster, rubber, resin, concrete. Washington, DC—The National Gallery of Art Library will present a focused installation of archival and documentary materials related to Rachel Whiteread's sculpture Ghost 1990 to coincide with the exhibition Rachel Whiteread in the East Building from September 16, 2018, to.
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