'Rachel Whiteread' Review: Poetic Sculptor of Emptiness

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'Rachel Whiteread' Review: Poetic Sculptor of Emptiness

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tightenedOn the lawnin front of Tate Britain’s facade, a new concrete sculpture called “Chicken Shed” shows just how defiant Rachel Whiteread can be. Compared with the ornamental Victorian architecture behind it, the structural simplicity of “Chicken Shed” seems extraordinary. Ms. Whiteread describes it as one of her “shy sculptures,” like the “Cabin” she perched on a hill on Governors Island, N.Y. But “Chicken Shed,”…

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