Rachel Whiteread's career-spanning exhibition opens at the Tate Britain

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Rachel Whiteread's career-spanning exhibition opens at the Tate Britain

It's been almost twenty five years since Rachel Whiteread's full-size concrete cast of a house in Hackney made her the first female artist to win the Turner Prize.

The sculptor is about to launch a new career-spanning exhibition at Tate Britain. 

The show celebrates her work over the last quarter of a century including never before seen pieces. 

 

 

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