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Rachel Whiteread Drawings Exhibition in London

Rachel Whiteread Drawings Exhibition

08 September 2010 - 16 January 2011
Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
Telephone: 020 7887 8825

Rachel Whiteread Drawings Exhibition in London Tate Britain will show rarely seen pieces from the preliminary female Turner Prize winner. Famous for her large installations and sculptures, Rachel Whiteread uses paper drawings to help conceive her creations and now you will be able to glimpse this more personal side of her artwork.

Rachel Whiteread won the Turner Prize in 1993 for her concrete cast of the inside of a Victorian town house in East London. Since then, Rachel Whiteread's fame has increased thanks to her significant sculptures as well as installations, rather than her drawings. Now Rachel Whiteread's drawings are on display so that another side of this renowned artist can be understood.

Rachel Whiteread Drawings Exhibition in London Tate Britain is highlighting a very important element in the development of this artist's work and is one of the preliminary exhibitions to focus on this aspect alone.

With themes from surfaces to textures and voids, Rachel Whiteread Drawings Exhibition in London Tate Britain could be your lone option to observe these unique drawings and collages behind the great artist's final pieces.

For more information on the Rachel Whiteread Drawings Exhibition in London Tate Britain, please phone 020 7887 8825

Visiting :

Cost: tba

Time: tbc

Age Restrictions: n/a

Nearest Underground Stations:
Pimlico

For more information please visit: www.tate.org.uk

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