Wikipedia entry
    Introduction
    Agnes Denes (Dénes Ágnes; born 1931 in Budapest) is a Hungarian-born American conceptual artist based in New York. She is known for works in a wide range of media—from poetry and philosophical writings to extremely detailed drawings, sculptures, and iconic land art works, such as Wheatfield — A Confrontation (1982), a two-acre field of wheat in downtown Manhattan, commissioned by the Public Art Fund, and Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule (1992–96) in Ylojärvi, Finland.
    Wikidata
    Q394503
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    Introduction
    American artist, New York City; born in Budapest.
    Nationalities
    American, Hungarian
    Gender
    Female
    Roles
    Artist, Conceptual Artist, Environmental Artist, Installation Artist, Painter, Sculptor
    Names
    Agnes Denes, Agnes C. Denes, Agnes Cecilia Denes
    Ulan
    500072038
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    Works

    22 works online

    Exhibitions

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