Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

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Untitled (Book Corridors), 1997-8. Copyright: Rachel Whiteread
Discover huge sculptures and a range of new works in the award-winning British artist's most comprehensive exhibition. Read More

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Enjoy the most extensive exhibition of Turner Prize-winning artist Rachel Whiteread’s works to date at Tate Britain.

See an internationally celebrated collection of sculptures, created using Whiteread’s signature casting technique, in a wide variety of industrial materials.

Spanning more than three decades of work, this retrospective showcases a mixture of the artist’s monumental sculptures alongside a range of new pieces.

Highlights of the exhibition include Untitled (Room 101), a cast made of the BBC broadcasting house room 101 thought to have inspired George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four, Untitled (Book Corridors) and the Untitled (One Hundred Spaces) installation.

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Prices

Adult Ticket: £15.00 to £16.50 (€16.70 - €18.37) per ticket
Child Ticket (under 12 years old): Free
Concession Ticket: £13.10 to £14.50 (€14.58 - €16.14) per ticket

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