A familiarity that breeds admiration
Rachel Whiteread’s major exhibition is an impressive reminder of the groundbreaking importance and approachability of her art, writes MICHAL BONCZA
Tate Britain London SW1
RACHEL WHITEREAD was the first woman to be awarded the Turner Prize, in 1993, and remains without a doubt one of the most memorable winners. The entry? A concrete cast of the inside of an entire Victorian terraced house, including the outdoor loo, in east London. It was infamously, and to their eternal shame, demolished by the Liberal Democrat-led Tower Hamlets council three months later, despite... read more
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