Rachel's Book
by Rachel Whiteread (9781861542182)

Rachel's Book
Rachel Whiteread
Release Date: 01 November 2006
Format: Hardback
Pages: 256
Category: Postmodernism
ISBN: 9781861542182
ISBN-10: 1861542186

Edward Booth-Clibborn invited Rachel Whiteread to create a unique extension of her work in published form. The internationally acclaimed artist, whose concrete cast of an East London home generated heated debate, has chosen to articulate what 'home' means, as well as how it feels, through innovative production effects, with archive and commissioned photographs, textures and fabric patterns sourced over several years. As such Rachel's Book is a collection of common experiences that evokes a strong sense of familiarity.

Despite receiving the Turner Prize and completing major commissions in New York, Chicago, Vienna and London's Trafalgar Square, Whiteread has limited exposure of her personality and sources of inspiration. Instead, she rarely leaves the critics or public untouched by her work. This intensely personal project will be no exception. It looks set to be a landmark among visual art publications, in the spirit of the 'anti-monograph' Booth-Clibborn produced with Damien Hirst.

AUD $299.00

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