Rachel Whiteread continues her exploration of positive and negative space, this time casting the interior of a garden shed using concrete.

Following the installation of her first permanent public sculpture in the UK at the Whitechapel Gallery last year, Rachel Whiteread now has a major new solo exhibition at Gagosian.

Her use of industrial casting to present negative space as a monolithic, solid form continues the practice behind her most famous works, including House (1993), Ghost (1990) and the enormous Boathouse (2010), which was installed on the water’s edge in the remote Nordic landscape of Røykenviken.

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