Her sculptures have captured the areas beneath chairs and between bookshelves, thereby transforming what’s typically invisible or empty into solid form. Whiteread’s most famous work—an exact concrete replica of a condemned Victorian terrace house—won her the Turner Prize; she was the first woman to receive the honor. Four years later, she received the award for best young artist while representing Great Britain at the Venice Biennale. Whiteread has since exhibited at Tate Britain, the Guggenheim Museum, the Hammer Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, among other institutions. Her work has sold for up to six figures on the secondary market, and she has completed public commissions in London, New York, Berlin, and Vienna, among other cities. Whiteread has also produced drawings, paintings, and other works on paper.