With all eyes on London for the 2012 Summer Olympics, we at the Gallery are busy installing a work with a very special London connection: Rachel Whiteread’s Untitled (Domestic), 2002. This massive sculpture was cast in plaster from the negative space of an interior fire escape stairwell in what is now the Haunch of Venison Gallery in London, about seven miles west of the Olympic Stadium and only a mile from Hyde Park, this summer’s venue for the Marathon Swimming 10km and the swimming element of the Triathlon. 
Untitled (Domestic) is one of many new acquisitions featured in DECADE: Contemporary Collecting 2002–2012, and will be on view starting Tuesday, August 21.

With all eyes on London for the 2012 Summer Olympics, we at the Gallery are busy installing a work with a very special London connection: Rachel Whiteread’s Untitled (Domestic), 2002. This massive sculpture was cast in plaster from the negative space of an interior fire escape stairwell in what is now the Haunch of Venison Gallery in London, about seven miles west of the Olympic Stadium and only a mile from Hyde Park, this summer’s venue for the Marathon Swimming 10km and the swimming element of the Triathlon.

Untitled (Domestic) is one of many new acquisitions featured in DECADE: Contemporary Collecting 2002–2012, and will be on view starting Tuesday, August 21.

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