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Objects of desire from the enchanting exhibition Dime-Store Alchemy, curated by Jonathan Rider, at the FLAG Art Foundation in New York @flagartfoundation @10pointfont #dimestorealchemy #flagartfoundation #art #contemporaryart #sculpture #painting #collage #installationart #nyc

I loved this Rachel Whiteread exhibit at the Museum of Childhood yesterday. #place #village #rachelwhiteread #dollshouses #museumofchildhood #vanda

The Judenplatz Holocaust Memorial also known as the Nameless Library in Vienna

The outside surfaces show spines of books facing inwards so titles are not visible, contents remain unrevealed. The duble doors are cast with the panels inside out and have no doorknobs or handles. It is a hermetically sealed room of books to symbolise the large numbers of victims and the untold stories of their lives.

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This is another example of meritless gigantism that could be anywhere, and is the least successful of the gallery’s six attempts to exploit its most unsympathetic space.

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Rachel Whiteread’s approach to sculpture is predicated on the translation of negative space into solid form. Casting from everyday objects, oftentimes using spaces around or within furniture and architecture, she uses materials such as rubber, dental plaster, and resin to capture every nuance. #unaartvisor#rachelwhiteread#gagosian#statements#installationart#british#artlover#artlover

Place (Village) by Rachel Whiteread. An installation of 150 empty dolls’ houses 💜

This painting is Hogarth's comment on his second visit to France in the summer of 1748 when he was arrested as a spy while sketching the arms of England on the old city gate at Calais and clapt into the Bastille. Hogarth took his revenge with this painting. The title, O the Roast Beef of Old England (‘The Gate of Calais’), was taken from a popular tune of the day, which extolled roast beef as the symbol of Britain's wealth and power.

Numerous xenophobic references indicate Hogarth's low opinion of the French. The huge side of British beef at the exact center of the picture, destined for the English inn at Calais, is neatly balanced by the scrawny French soldier at the other side of the drawbridge. A fat friar, the only well-nourished Frenchman in the picture, covetously pokes the beef. In the right foreground, a starving Jacobite sits with his pathetic meal of an onion and a piece of bread, his overturned cup beside him. The Jacobites, the Scotsmen who fled to France after the unsuccessful Scottish rebellion of 1745, are further symbolized by the black crow which perches atop the stone cross above the drawbridge.
In the tableau framed by the gate, a white dove hangs on an inn sign above the cross - a satirisation of the Catholic Church. The fish-wives in the left foreground ridicule a skate whose unpleasantly human features resemble their own. To the left of the gate, framed by vegetables, sits Hogarth himself. As he sketches the drawbridge, the arresting officer's hand clasps his shoulder.

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La @saatchi_gallery de Londres es el museo más seguido del mundo en redes sociales, y su Instagram es uno de los que os recomendamos este #veranomarciano. En su cuenta comparten obras como esta de la artista inglesa #RachelWhiteread , "Untitled (One Hundred Spaces)", de 1995. Este trabajo consiste en 100 esculturas de resina cuyo molde es el espacio vacío que queda bajo otras tantas sillas.

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If you’re taking a trip out to Governors Island this summer, be sure to check out Rachel Whiteread’s “Cabin.” Permanently installed on the island’s Discovery Hill in 2016, the artist created a concrete cast of the interior of a simple cabin, a place suggestive of retreat and introspection. Strewn around the cabin are numerous bronze casts of discarded objects including bottles, cans, and other refuse, some of which were sourced on the Island itself. “Cabin” was Whiteread’s first major permanent public commission in the United States, and her first public art installation in New York since “Water Tower” in 1998.

#RachelWhiteread, “Cabin,” 2016; concrete. Photo: Farzad Owrang.
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