- 22 Nov 2018 8:18 AM
In her protean artistic practice unfolding since the 1960s, she has been embracing philosophy, mathematics, linguistics, psychology, history, sociology, poetry and music, closely intertwining science and art in a subtle mystery of knowledge.
She's best known as the creator of New York City's famous artwork, “Wheatfield — A Confrontation,” a two-acre wheat field flanked by skyscrapers that was planted in 1982 on a landfill.
Considered as visionary, her visual investigations and formulations range from writings, drawings and sculpture to environmental actions, performances and installations.
Acb is proud to present a selection of works that embraces 50 years of creation and that receives focus for the first time after the artist’s retrospective exhibition hosted by Ludwig Museum Budapest in 2008-2009.
The exhibition is realized in cooperation with Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects, New York.
ACB Gallery Budapest
1068 Budapest, Király u. 76.