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Rachel Whiteread - Untitled (One Hundred spaces)

Untitled (One Hundred spaces)
1995

Nathan Buie
I think one of the most deserved Turner prize winners…

Grace McPhee
I love the colours of the resin in this piece, they seem to glow.

Amanda Neerman
A contemporary artist who actually says something different about the politics of space and architecture.

paula bettam
hi i love this amazing work xx

Frank Briffa
Given the general standard of the Turner Prize that's not saying very much Nathan.

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