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Rachel Whiteread

Tate Britain, 12th September to 21st January 2018

In a street in the East End in 1993, a lifesize concrete cast of a terraced home stood eerily: a monument to erased histories and forgotten intimacies. Rachel Whiteread’s piece captured the imagination of locals and won her the Turner Prize, the first woman to do so. As this major retrospective will demonstrate, Whiteread continues to make work of formal inventiveness and psychological power: the Holocaust Memorial in Vienna; Untitled (Room 101)—a cast of the room at the BBC thought to be the model for Orwell’s Room 101. On show are drawings in pencil, varnish and correction fluid which are the bedrock of her practice. Unmissable.

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In Prospect’s September issue: Emily Andrews, Andrew Brown and Tom Clark assess what the reign of King Charles might look like. Andrews profiles Charles and questions whether he will be able to keep his opinions to himself. Andrew Brown look at the coronation—the world is a very different place now from when the last one took place. Tom Clark explains the results of our poll, conducted by ICM, into people’s view on Charles taking the throne—it turns out fewer people than ever before want the heir to become our monarch. Elsewhere in the issue Nick Cohen details his battle with the bottle and shows that Britain has a problem with drink that it doesn’t want to talk about, and Toni Morrison Also in this issue: Toni Morrison on America’s stubborn race divide, Brian Klaas on how Europe should deal with Trump and Jessica Abrahams explains everything you need to know about fourth wave feminism