Introduction
Patricia Johanson (Born September 8, 1940, New York City) is an American artist. Patricia Johanson is known for her large-scale art projects that create aesthetic and practical habitats for humans and wildlife. She designs her functional art projects, created with and in the natural landscape, to solve infrastructure and environmental problems, but also to reconnect city-dwellers with nature and with the history of a place. These project designs date from 1969, making her a pioneer in the field of ecological-art (or eco-art.) Johanson's work has also been classified as Land Art, Environmental Art, Site-specific Art and Garden Art. Her early paintings and sculptures are part of Minimalism.
Wikidata
Q2057205
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Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Landscape Architect, Painter, Sculptor
Name
Patricia Johanson
Ulan
500022249
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