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    March 16, 2014, 10:39am  

    A love letter for Rachel Whiteread’s Untitled (Fictions).
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    A love letter for Rachel Whiteread’s Untitled (Fictions).

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    Reblogged from SFMOMA.

    February 05, 2013, 1:31pm  

    Aaron Young Excitement is Just Around The Corner, 2008

In case you were ever wondering “Hyde and Dana seem to be such good friends, I wonder what they have in common”*
I present, exhibit A:

The wreckage of a chain link fence dipped in 24K gold. Expresses my sentiment EXACTLY for the next week in Art in LA- Just around the corner: Photo LA opens with David La Chapelle hosting a party, then Aaron Young (who is, himself, a work of art, btw) at Gagosian in Beverly Hills…not to mention the gift of Rachel Whiteread at the Hammer Museum! Thank you 2010.
via i-peach-feng-shui

Exhibit B:
My thoughts on Aaron Young, Rachel Whiteread, The Hammer Museum and David LaChapelle.

*I know that yall weren’t wondering that, but I got excited when she posted this because it reinforces friendship. And that is important.

    Aaron Young Excitement is Just Around The Corner, 2008

    In case you were ever wondering “Hyde and Dana seem to be such good friends, I wonder what they have in common”*

    I present, exhibit A:

    The wreckage of a chain link fence dipped in 24K gold. Expresses my sentiment EXACTLY for the next week in Art in LA- Just around the corner: Photo LA opens with David La Chapelle hosting a party, then Aaron Young (who is, himself, a work of art, btw) at Gagosian in Beverly Hills…not to mention the gift of Rachel Whiteread at the Hammer Museum! Thank you 2010.

    via i-peach-feng-shui

    Exhibit B:

    My thoughts on Aaron Young, Rachel Whiteread, The Hammer Museum and David LaChapelle.

    *I know that yall weren’t wondering that, but I got excited when she posted this because it reinforces friendship. And that is important.



    Reblogged from The Tao of Dana.

    January 07, 2010, 11:37am  

    Last night was the Rachel Whiteread opening at Gagosian Beverly Hills.  It was amazing.  A lot of little precious items cast in chalky pastels and bronzes.  Very different than the white/resin that I am used to seeing from her, but in a very good way.  I am going to have to go back to really look at the pieces since I was just in and out last night since I had to be at a book signing on the other side of town. 
*Side note: I scored such a sweet parking spot last night.

    Last night was the Rachel Whiteread opening at Gagosian Beverly Hills.  It was amazing.  A lot of little precious items cast in chalky pastels and bronzes.  Very different than the white/resin that I am used to seeing from her, but in a very good way.  I am going to have to go back to really look at the pieces since I was just in and out last night since I had to be at a book signing on the other side of town. 

    *Side note: I scored such a sweet parking spot last night.



    November 07, 2008, 3:38pm  

    Rachel Whiteread Untitled, 2000
Can’t wait for her opening at Gagosian.
via mathewparkin

    Rachel Whiteread Untitled, 2000

    Can’t wait for her opening at Gagosian.

    via mathewparkin



    November 06, 2008, 12:34pm  

    Rachel Whiteread Drill 2008
Very little in the mail makes me happier than receiving a Gagosian invitation with the Beverly Hills return address on the back of the envelope.  Where will you be on  November 6 from 6-8pm? You know where you can find me.

    Rachel Whiteread Drill 2008

    Very little in the mail makes me happier than receiving a Gagosian invitation with the Beverly Hills return address on the back of the envelope.  Where will you be on  November 6 from 6-8pm? You know where you can find me.



    October 14, 2008, 12:55pm  

    “Color confuses me. Every day when I get up, I have to think about it. I love color, but there are too man decisions to make. Am I an aesthete? Is color about necessity for me in my work— Or is it simply a product of what I am thinking about? I try not to dwell on it; if I did, I would only ever use black and white.”

    — Rachel Whiteread



    October 14, 2008, 12:40pm  

    The photo is Rachel Whiteread’s Embankment (2005-2006), she has discussed the work being created during a period after the death of her mother, of upheaval which involved packing and moving boxes.
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    The photo is Rachel Whiteread’s Embankment (2005-2006), she has discussed the work being created during a period after the death of her mother, of upheaval which involved packing and moving boxes.
    via mathewparkin


    August 29, 2008, 1:59pm  

    Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Fire Escape).

    Rachel Whiteread, Untitled (Fire Escape).



    June 19, 2008, 3:13pm