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Articles, Books, and Reviews
2021Markman, Marie, “Stormfloden mellen faggrupper,” Landskab Nr. 2, 2021
Troster Klemm, Sara, Review: “Plastic Capitalism,” JOurnal Fur Kunstgeschichte, 1/2020
Primary Information, A Documentary Herstory of Women Artists in Revolution, Primary Information, January 2021
2020Gallanti, Fabrizio, “Trees,” Oris 126, December 2020
Laing, Olivia, “Occupy the Moment,” Aperture 241, Winter 2020
Enderby, Emma, “Agnes Denes (1931- ),” The Architectural Review, October 27, 2020
La Force, Thessaly; Lescaze, Zoë; Hass, Nancy; Miller, M.H., “The 25 Most Influential Works of American Protest Art Since World War II,” T Magazine, October 15, 2020
Balgiu, Alex; de la Torre, Monica, Women in Concrete Poetry: 1959-1979, Primary Information, September 2020
Pinkus, Karen & Baumann, Hans, “138,462 Carbon Pyramids,” Strelka Mag, August 14, 2020
Bury, Louis, "What Ecofeminist Artists Learned From Indigenous Cultures," Art in America, July 20, 2020
Packard, Cassie, "Ecofeminist Art Takes Root," Hyperallergic, July 15, 2020
Mdivani, Nina, "Confronting History through Herstory," Art Spiel, July 9, 2020
Corwin, William, "Coming Full Circle," Arcade Project, July 2020
Jones, Alex A., "ecofeminism(s)," The Brooklyn Rail, July/August 2020
Heartney, Eleanor, "How the Ecological Art Practices of Today Were Bron in 1970s Feminism," Art in America, May 22, 2020
von Arx, Arabella, “When Nabokov Went Rococo: Ada, or Ardor,” The Decadent Review, May 2020
Spaid, Sue, "Farming Awareness," The Learned Pig, April 22, 2020
Lee, Shannon, "These 10 Artists Are Making Urgent Work about the Environment," Artsy, April 20, 2020
Zacks, Stephen, "The oracular visions of Agnes Denes are on display at The Shed," The Architect's Newspaper February 7, 2020
Cascone, Sarah, “Environmental Art Pioneer Agnes Denes Makes Art That Defies Gravity – See Images From Her Overdue New York Survey Here,” Artnet News, January 20, 2020
Laamanen, Ilari, Crossroads: New Views on Art and Environment, Finnish Cultural Institute, New York and The Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, December 2019
Goodman, Jonathan, “New York: Agnes Denes at The Shed,” Whitehot Magazine, January 2020
Sirlin, Deanna, "Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates," theartsection, January 9, 2020
Downey, Walker, “Agnes Denes’s Idealistic Projects Refuse to Accept Apocalypse as Inevitable,” Art in America, January 7, 2020
Keats, Jonathon, “A Spectacular Agnes Denes Retrospective Asks Whether Alternative World Maps Can Reshape Geopolitics,” Forbes, January 7, 2020
Bury, Louis, “Agnes Denes’s Future Imperfect,” Hyperallergic, January 4, 2020
2019Radin, Joshi, "Agnes Denes and the Global Imaginary," MUNTREF Magazine: Art and Nature, 2019
Vetrocq, Marcia E., “Agnes Denes: Absolutes & Intermediates,” The Brooklyn Rail, December/January 2020
Wyma, Chloe, “Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates,” Bookforum, December/January 2020
Fateman, Johanna, “Goings on About Town,” The New Yorker, December 15, 2019
Miller, Leigh Anne, “Future imperfect,” Art in America, December 2019
Baram, Marcus, “We can save our planet and stop behaving like ‘robots,’ says environmental artist Agnes Denes,” Fast Company, November 20, 2019
Saltz, Jerry, “12 Great Things to Do, Through November 27,” New York, November 11-24, 2019
Cotter, Holland, “At 88, Agnes Denes Finally Gets the Retrospective She Deserves,” The New York Times, November 7, 2019
McCormick-Goodhart, Emma, “If the Earth Were a Hot Dog: A Conversation with Agnes Denes,” Frieze, October 31, 2019
Midgette, Anne, “Neglected visionary Agnes Denes altered our landscape with her art. At 88, she’s finally getting her due,” The Washington Post, October 24, 2019
Gruenhaeuser, Amber, “Agnes Denes: Ecological Vibrations,” Lodown Magazine, Oct-Dec 2019
Wally, Maxine, “Fifty Years Ago, Agnes Denes Predicted What Climate Change Could Do,” WWD, October 15, 2019.
Minutillo, Josephine, “Expansive Agnes Denes Restrospective Opens at The Shed in New York,” Architectural Record, October 9, 2019
Cohen, Alina, “Agnes Denes’s Manhattan Wheatfield Has Only Grown More Poignant,” Artsy, October 15, 2019.
Richard, Frances, I Stand in My Place With My Own Day Here: Site-Specific Art at The New School, The New School, October 2019
Harvard School of Design, “Pioneering conceptual artist Agnes Denes addresses the students of the Harvard Graduate School of Design,” Harvard University Graduate School of Design, April 19, 2019
Haeg, Fritz, “Life with the Land: Fritz Haeg,” Frieze, September 2019
Block, Annie, “’Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates’ to Open at The Shed,” Interior Design, September 27, 2019
Great Women Artists, Phaidon, October 2019
O’Neill-Butler, Lauren, “Land of the Living,” Artforum, October 2019
Schwarz, Gabrielle, “Q&A,” Apollo, September 2019
Dorris, Jesse, “Now is the Time to Get Into Land Art Pioneer Agnes Denes,” Elle, July 2, 2019
Tarmy, James, “Where to Invest $1 Million in Art Right Now,” Bloomberg, May 2, 2019
Sandhofer, Margareta, “50 Jahre Land Art,” KunstMagazin Parnass, March 2019
Sato, Alcira, “Agnes Denes: Agitadora de la naturaleza,” Endemico, March 2019
Ulrich Obrist, Hans, Szántó, András, Fowkes, Maja, Fowkes, Reuben, Bookmarks: Revisiting Hungarian Art of the 1960’s an 1970’s, Distributed Art Pub, March 2019
Trier Norden, Stine, Rud, Søren, 2030 Now, Life Publishing, March 2019
Cascone, Sarah, “As Bloomberg Mulls a Presidential Run, His Namesake Art Shed Will Open With an Ambitious – And Decidedly Woke – Lineup,” Artnet News, January 9, 2019
2018O’Grady, Megan, “Women Land Artists Get Their Day in the Museum,” The New York Times T Magazine, November 21, 2018
Kwong, Lily, “Reap What You Sow,” Cultured Magazine, October 2018
Applin, Jo, Lee Lozano: Not Working, July 2018
Steel, Carolyn, “Hungry for change,” The Architectural Review, October 2018
Jacobs, Karrie, “The Woman Who Harvested a Wheat Field Off Wall Street,” T Magazine, June 14, 2018
Travis, Rebecca, “The Story of Public Art in New York City,” Apollo, February 20, 2018
Obrist, Hans Ulrich, “Ein Weites Feld,” Das Magazine, January 27, 2018
Bailey, Stephanie & Woytiuk, Mark “Remembering What is Not Gone: Towards a Feminist Counter Monument,” The Site Magazine, Vol. 38, May 2018
All Borders Are Temporary, Transnational Arts Production, Norway, 2018
2017Moll, Sebastian, “Miss Universum,” Monopol, September 2017
Valentine, Ben, “How Can Ecological Artists Move Beyond Aesthetic Gestures?” Hyperallergic, August 27, 2017
Gottesman, Sarah, “10 Female Land Artists You Should Know,” Artsy, July 18, 2017
Russeth, Andrew, “Flower of the Flock: ‘The Living Pyramid’ in Kassel,” ArtNews, June 2017
Forbes, Alexander, “15 Documenta Artists with Staying Power,” Artsy Editorial, June 2017
Cosmos: Exploring The Universe, Phaidon Press, Autumn 2017
Zeunert, Joshua, Landscape Architecture and Environmental Sustainability: Creating Positive Change Through Design, Bloomsbury Visual Arts, February 2017
Kerr, Dylan, “Put a Lid on Creativity: Visionary Eco-Artist Agnes Denes on Her Dauntless Quest to Understand the Universe,” Artspace, January 2017
Minujin, Marta, “Kasseler Revolte,” Monopol, July 2017
2016Mileaf, Janine, “The Arts Club of Chicago at 100: Art and Culture 1916-2016”, Arts Club Of Chicago, November 2016
Filippone, Christine, Science, Technology, and Utopias: Women Artists and Cold War America, Routledge, October 2016
Hodge, Susie, Why is Art Full of Naked People?: And other vital questions about art, Thames & Hudson, October 2016
Crown, Paula, et al., “Art in Unexpected Places II,” Aspen Art Press, September 2016
Derieux, Florence, ed., Agnes Denes: Work 1969 – 2013, Mousse Publishing, July 2016
Art at Work, JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, April 2016
Goodman, Jonathan. “New York: Agnes Denes – Socrates Sculpture Park,” Sculpture, March 2016
Topaloff, Anna, “Sublime, L’Exposition Écolo,” Le Cahier de Tendances de l’Obs, n.12 February 2016
Jenkins, Mark, “In the galleries: Works on paper at Marsha Mateyka Gallery,” The Washington Post, January, 15 2016
Princeton University Press, "Mathematics and Art," Princeton, NJ (text and illus.), pp. 120
2015O’Neill-Butler, Lauren. “Critics’ Picks, October 2015,” Artforum (October, 2015)
McCoy, Ann. “Agnes Denes Living Pyramid,” The Brooklyn Rail (September 8, 2015)
Yale University Press, "Whitney Handbook of the Collection," New Haven, CT (text and illus.), pp. 117
"Mailander Haben Landlust," (text and illus.), pp. 15
Gilbert, Jock and Hicks, Sarah. "A Forest for Australia: Challenging Loyalties," Landscape and Architecture Australia (May 2015; text and ills.), pp. 35-37
Hoban, Phoebe. "Works In Progress," T Magazine, (May 17, 2015; text and ills.), pp. 22, 156
Yablonsky, Linda. "Young at Art," W Magazine (May 2015), pp. 78-79
Pollack, Maika. "Agnes Denes," Interview Magazine (May 2015; text and illus.), pp. 44-45, 146-148
"Agnes Denes, Living Pyramids 2015: Socrates Sculpture Park," Sculpture, vol.34 no.6 July/August, 2015
Casconce, Sarah. "Agnes Denes to Build Living Pyramid at Socrates Sculpture Park," artnetnews (March 17, 2015)
Anastasio, Giambattista. "Lo Show A Migalia Contandini Per Un Giorno Sotto I Grattacieli: Che ne sau tu di un campo di grano," QN Quotidiano Nazionale, (March 1, 2015)
Tiziana, Lapelosa. "L’iniziativa nel quartiere Porta Nuova: In cinquemila a seminare il grano tra i grattacieli," Libero Milano (March 1, 2015)
"In 5mila per la semina del campo di grano," Il Giornale Milano (March 1, 2015)
"Milano, firmato Trussardi il grano tra I grattacieli," L’eco Di Bergamo (March 20, 2015)
"Piccolo Contadini A Milano," La Gazzetta dello Sport (March 1, 2015)
"Porto Marx alla Biennale perchperché parla di noi oggi," La Stampa (March 1, 2015)
"Porta Nuova. In piú di 5mila per la semina di Wheatfield," Avvenire (March 1, 2015)
"Porta Nuova Parla Catella: presto alter operazioni con il Qatar," Corriere Della Sera Milano (March 1, 2015)
"Mailander haben Landlust," Art Investor (March, 2015)
Pappalardo, Dario. "Denes: La mia arte? Tante spighe dentro Milano," La Republica (February 23, 2015)
2014Bailey, Stephanie. "Agnes Denes. Firstsite/Colchester," FlashArt International, March - April 2014
Filippone, Christine. "Science, Technology, and Utopias in the Work of Contemporary Women Artists," Ashgate Press, 2014
Herbert, Martin. "Agnes Denes Work 1967-2013," Firstsite Colchester, England 23 November to 9 March."
Art Monthly (February; text and illus.), pp. 28
Homer, Nicola. "Agnes Denes: Interview. A Visionary Artist," Studio International (March, 2014)
Selz, Gabrielle. Unstill Life. London/New York: W.W Norton & Company (text and illus.), pp. 336-339
2014Herbert, Martin. "Agnes Denes Work 1967-2013, Firstsite Colchester, England 23 November to 9 March." Art Monthly (February; text and illus.), pp. 28
Selz, Gabrielle. Unstill Life. London/New York: W.W Norton & Company (text and illus.), pp. 336-339
2013Blazwick, Iwona, Diane Howse, and Francesca Forty; Anna Robinson, editor. In Cloud Country: Abstracting from Nature. Leeds: Harewood House (text and illus.: Tree Mountain - A Living Time Capsule and What it Means to Plant a Forest), pp. 44-45
Chianese, Robert Louis. "Regeneration on Tree Mountain." American Scientist (Sept - Oct.)
Davis, Ben. 9.5 Theses on Art and Class, In Defense of Concepts. (Art and Theory; Agnes Denes: The Human Argument) Chicago: Haymarket Books. (text and illus.) pp. 125, 154
Davis, Ben. "Agnes Denes's Sly Eco-Conceptualism Seems More Relevant than Ever." BLOUIN ArtInfo (January 10; text and illus.)
Gopnik, Blake. "Nebraska Meets Lower Manhattan." The Daily Beast (June 25)
Herrero, Floriane and Ambre Viaud. Land Art. Montparnasse: Editions Palette (text and illus.), pp. 64, 65, 67
Hoffmans, Christiane, editor. Helge Achenback: The Art Agitator - On Collecting and Hunting. Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag (illus. Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill Downtown Manhattan - The Harvest), pp. 24-25
Kozinn, Allan. "Environmental Expo Coming to MoMA PS1." The New York Times (March 8; text and illus.)
Lescaze, Zoë. "Sandwoman." The Observer (July 22; text and illus.), p. B1
Mäkinen, Ville. "Puuvuori halutaan ehostaa vetonaulaksi." Ylöjärven (January 30; text and illus.), p. 24
Rawes, Peg, editor. Relational Architectural Ecologies: Architecture, Nature, and Subjectivity. London and New York: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group (text and illus., Wheatfield - A Confrontation: Battery Park Landfill Downtown Manhattan - The Harvest and Tree Mountain - A Living Time Capsule - 11,000 Trees, 11,000 People, 400 Years), cover, pp. 9, 12, 40-52
Topalovic, Milica. "Curing the City," Healing Architecture (editors, Christine Nickel-Weller and Hans Nickel). Salenstein, Switzerland: Braun Publishing (text and illus.), pp. 268-279; 269, 274
Pekka, Ruuska. "Up and Under Tree Mountain." STRATA (text and illus.)
Plagens, Peter. "Coloring in Lines of Humanity." The Wall Street Journal Weekend (January 5-6; text and illus.)
Steadman, Ryan E., "Agnes Denes." Modern Painters (March; text and illus.), pp. 92-93
Stillman, Nick. "Agnes Denes, Santa Monica Museum of Art." Artforum (January; text and illus.), p. 203
Swenson, Kristen. "Agnes Denes." Art in America (March; text and illus.), p. 146
Trezzi, Nicola. "Out of the Gallery and Into the Real World." Flash Art (July-September; illus.)
Van Ool, Marcel. "Kunstland." LAND KUNST KRANT 2013 (text and illus.), p. 3
2012Butler, Cornelia, From Coneptualism to Feminism: Lucy Lippard’s Number Shows 1969-74, Afterall Books, August 2012
Bonin, Vincent and Catherine Morris, editors. Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press (text & illus.), pp. xviii, 168 - 171
Butler, Cornelia, Lucy Lippard, Peter Plagens, and Griselda Pollock . From Conceptualism to Feminism: Lucy Lippard's Numbers Shows 1969 - 74. London, England: Afterall Books (text and illus.), pp. 8, 61, 67, 207-9, 215, 230-31, 268-71
Chin, Charlie."Art + Ideology." The Outlook Magazine 123 (July). Review of From Conceptualism to Feminism: Lucy Lippard's Numbers Shows 1969 - 74, Cornelia Butler et al.
den Haag, Stroom. Food for the City: A Future for the Metropolis. Rotterdam, Holland: NAI Publishers (illus.), p. 82
"Exhibit of the Week, Agnes Denes: Sculptures of the Mind-1968 to Now." The Week: The Best of the U.S. and International Media (December 21; text and illus.)
Johnson, Ken. "Agnes Denes, Sculptures of the Mind: 1968 to Now." The New York Times (November 23)
Kino, Carol. "Stretching Her Creativity as Far as Possible." The New York Times (December 2)
Moyer, Twylene and Glenn Harper, editors. The New Earthwork: Art Action Agency. Hamilton, N.J.: International Sculpture Center, ISC Press; University of Washington Press, distribution (text and illus.), pp. 69-73, 313, 314
Poundstone, William. "Agnes Denes' Bizarro Worlds." BLOUIN ARTINFO (September 9; text and illus.)
Schwendener, Martha. "How Green Was My Alley." The Village Voice (June 19; text and illus.), p. 21
Selz, Gabrielle. "Agnes Denes: Art Ad Infinitum." The Huffington Post (November 27)
Spaid, Sue. Green Acres: Artists Farming Fields, Greenhouses and Abandoned Lots. Cincinnati, Ohio: Contemporary Arts Center (text and illus.), pp. 3, 8-9, 16, 19, 25-28, 43, 52, 60-61, 66, 69, 75, 96, 109, 176, 177-180, 181, 203-205, 219, 221-222, 225
2011Mostafavi, Mohsen. "Ecological Urbanism, a New Sensibility in the Age of the Environment," Architecture and Urbanism. Tokyo: A&U Publishing Co. No. 485 (text and illus.), pp. 124,126-128
Alonso, Rodrigo. Sistemas,Acciones y Procesos 1965-1975, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Proa Foundation
Davidson, Margaret. Contemporary Drawing-Key Concepts and Techniques. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications (text and illus.), pp. 22-23, 30, 84-85, 88, 90-91
"Ecological Urbanism, a New Sensibility in the Age of the Environment," Architecture and Urbanism. Tokyo: A&U Publishing Co. No. 485 (text and illus.), pp. 124,126-128
Goldbard, Arlene. "Public Art as a Spiritual Path." Public Art Review 44, (Spring/Summer; text and illus.), pp. 18, 24, 25
Keehn, Dorka. Eco-Amazons: 20 Women Who Are Transforming the World. New York: Powerhouse Books (text and illus.)
Knudsen, Palles Ellemann. "Respect the Planet-Everybody is Going Green." Work Style (Spring; text and illus.), pp. 28-29
"Agnes Denes, Cover Artist Wheatfield," Red Flag Magazine, http://www.redflagmagazine.org/2011/10/dedication-page-2/
Uffelen, Chris van, editor. 500 X Art in Public Places. Berlin: Braun Publishing AG (text and illus.), p. 151
The New Earthwork: Art Action Agency. Hamilton, N.J.: International Sculpture Center; ISC Press; University of Washington Press, distribution (text and illus.), pp. 69-73, 313, 314
Witkovsky, Matthew. "Light Years: Conceptual Art and the Photograph, 1964-77", The Art Institute of Chicago, Yale University Press: Chicago, Ill. (Agnes Denes: "Human Dust 1969")
2010Ole, Bouman. "Architecture of Consequence-Dutch Designs of the Future", Rotterdam, The Netherlands: NAi Publishers, Pp. 16-17, (text & illus.)
Mircan, Mihnea. "History in the Present", Manifesta Journal, Journal of Contemporary Curatorship, No. 9, 2009/2010, section: "Art History Interrupted" Pp. 8-11, (text & illus.)
Firmin, Sandra Q. Artpark: 1974-1984 , New York: Princeton Architectural Press, (Pp. 35, 39, 98) (text & illus.)
Barbaux, Sophie. Jardins Ecologiques: Ecology, Source of Creation. Paris, France: ICI Consultants, 2010.
Requalifier: Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule, Pp. 184-185 (text & illus.)
Stillman, Nick. "Agnes Denes" (Leslie Tonkonow Artworks & Projects), in Artforum International, Reviews, vol XLVIII, no 6, February 2010, Pp. 202, (text & illus.)
2009Grande, John. "The Lay of Land Art: Out of the Museum & Onto the Earth", in Public Art Review, St. Paul, MN, spring/summer 2009, 20th Anniversary issue, (Pp 49, text & illus.)
Rocher, Marque Yves. Elles@CentrePompidou, Artistes Femmes dans la Collection du Musee National d'Art Moderne, Centre de Creation Industrielle, Paris, France. (Pp. 76, text & illus.)
2008Barnabas. B. and M. Cohen Daniel. "Agnes Denes: Art for the Third Millennium—Creating a New World View", a retrospective. Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art. Published by the Ludwig Museum, printed in Budapest, Hungary: Mester Nyomda. Extensive text & images by Agnes Denes. 152 pages.
Kuo, Michelle. "Decoys, Complexes, and Triggers: Feminism and Land Art in the 1970s", Artforum International, May 2008, Pp. 161-162,( text & illus.)
Rosenberg, Karen. "This Land is Her Land (and Her Artwork, Too)". The New York Times, June 13, (text)
The Human Argument—The Writings of Agnes Denes. Edited with an introduction by Klaus Ottmann, Putnam, Conn: Spring Publications Heartney, Eleanor. Art & Today. New York: Phaidon Press Ltd. (Pp 403,406-407) (text & illus.)
"Green Attitude", in Lexus, Spring, No, 37, Pp. 94, (text & illus.)
Boettger, Suzaan. "Global Warnings", in Art in America, No 6, June/July Pp. 159-160, (illus.)
Weiss, Jeffrey. "On the Road—On Land Art Toda"" in Artforum International, September 2008, Pp. 131-132, (text & illus.)
Ching-ming, Lin. Rice for Thoughts. Taipei City, Taiwan: Museum of Tomorrow: JUT Foundation for Arts and Architecture (text and illus.), pp. 26, 28-29
2007Gluckster,J. "Weather Report: Art and Climate Change", Art Papers, November/December, Pp. 54.
Art in Action—Nature, Creativity and Our Collective Future, Natural Word Museum, and United Nations Environment Programme, (UNEP), (Achim Steiner, exec dir & Randy Jayne Rosenberg curator) San Rafael, California: Earth Aware Editions, ("Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule", Agnes Denes, page 154 (text & illus).
Lailach, Michael. "Land Art", Taschen Publisher, Pp. 4041, (text & illus.)
Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin, "Japanese Art at Yale, Prints, Drawings & Photographs", Guest editor: Sadako Ohki, The Japan Foundation, Connecticut: New Haven, (Agnes Denes: Latitude Lines of the Globe in the Form of a Pyramid, from Fragmentation, 1998) Pp. 221, (Illus.)
Wescher, Lawrence. "Fevered Imagination—Artistic Responses to Global Warming", Special Issue: The Nation. "Surviving the Climate Crisis, What Must Be Done", May 7, page 38
GlucksternJ. "Weather Report: Art and Climate Change", in Art Papers, Nov/Dec, Pp. 54
Margonia, Gege. "Revisione del Tempo che Fara", in Casamica, November, issue79, Milano, Italy (text & illus.)
Sholis, Brian. "Agnes Denes", in Artforum International, Reviews, Pp. 373, May 2007, (text & illus.)"560 Broadway: A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006", The Wynn Kramarsky Collection. Ed. Amy Eshoo. (Drawings of Agnes Denes), New Haven: Yale University Press in Assoc. with Fifth Floor Foundation, (Pp. 29, 44-45, 152, 157, 161, 165, 173, 179)
Saltz, Jerry. "The Biggest Picture", in: Village Voice, February 1st, 2007
2006Zuber, David, “Flanerie at Ground Zero: Aesthetic Countermemories in Lower Manhattan,” American Quarterly, Volume 58, Number 2, June 2006
Dempsey, Amy. "Destination Art", London, England: Thames & Hudson, ("Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule, The Strata Project"), (Pp 156,157,159,264) (text & illus.)
Selz, Peter. "Art of Engagement—Visual Politics in California and Beyond", Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, "Rice/Tree/Burial" & "Tree Mountain Project", (Pp 225, 285).
Smit, Tim. "Imagination Holds the Key." in Resurgence ("At the Heart of Earth, Art and Spirit"), Sept/Oct, #238, Pp. 22, (text & illus.)
Tufnell, Ben. "Land Art", Millbank, London: Tate Publishing, (Pp. 94, 96, 101-2, 103,104, figures 47 &50), (text & illus.)
2005Cook-Romero, Elizabeth. "Framing what cannot be tamed", in The New Mexican, Santa Fe, NM. ("Environmental Art as Metaphore", lecture by Peter Selz)
McEvilley, Thomas, "Táj-Filozófia: Agnes Denes" (translated into Hungarian by Dr. Dienes Gedeonan from the essay "Philosophy in the Land: Agnes Denes", originally from Art in America, November published in Budapest, Hungary, in Balkon, October 2005, (Pp. 28-33), text & illus.).
Spica, Joyner Heather, "Fruits of Elaborate Vision" (Ewing Gallery debuts Denes' first state retrospective), Metro Pulse, (Jan 20, 2005, page 28), Knoxville, TN.
Tiberghien, Gilles A. "La nature dans l'art", ("Wheatfield—A Confrontation"), (illus.) Photo Poche, Actes Sud, (Coll. Centre National de la Photographie, Ministere de la Culture) France.
Julia, Varadi. "Egy nyelv nelkuli ember", interview with Agnes Denes, in Magyar Narancs, Decembr 15, 2005, XVII, #50-51, (Pp. 76,77) (text & illus.).
2004Bentivoglio, Mirella. "Tre Incisori Americani", Galleria Miralli, Viterbo, Italy Browne, Sarah. "Green Concrete", in Context, Arts and Practice in Ireland, The Regeneration Issue, Doublin, Ireland, ("Wheatfield-—A Confrontation"), volume 3, issue 3/ 2004, Pp. 20-23. (text &illus.)
Levin, Kim. "Show World", in: Village Voice, September 10th, McEvilley, Thomas. "Philosophy in the Land", in Art in America, an essay on the work of Agnes Denes, Pp. 158-163, text & illus.)
"Milestones", ("Agnes Denes: Crystal Fort, Masterplan—Nieuwe Hollandse Waterlinie, 2000—") in Sculpture, Publ. International Sculpture Center, July/August 2004, vol 23, no 6, Pp 58, (text & illus.).
Mills, Dan. "Agnes Denes: A Retrospective: Looking Ahead", in New York Arts: Berliner Kunst, vol 9, no 11/12, November/December, Pp. 38 (text & illus.)
Seavitt, Chaterine, ed. Society of Fellows News, American Academy of Rome: New York, Spring, 2004, ("Wheatfield—A Confrontation"), Pp. 2, 35 (text & illus.)
Zoccoli. Franca. "Paesaggi logici con effetti personali" in Il Manifesto, Cultura, (July 24, 2004)
2003Auer, James. "Haggerty looks at an artist by—and of—nature", Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Wisc. text& illus.(9/29/03).
Berry, S.L. "Public art displays its ambitious scope", Visual Arts Preview, Indystar, (Agnes Denes: Projects for Public spaces — A Retrospective Exhibition), (9/19/03)
Cohen, Mark Daniel. "The Lyricism of Pure Thought: The Unity of Intelligence in the Art of Agnes Denes", in NYArts, International Edition, New York, Berlin, vol 8, no 5, May 2003, p. 63.
Dr. Kurt, Hildegard, ed. "Die Kunst der Zukunftsfähigkeit"-(Art of Sustainability), Agenda-Transfer, Bonn, Germany, (Agnes Denes:" Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule" and" Wheatfield", Pp. 38-41, text and illus.).
Heartney, Eleanor. "Cultivating Hope: The Visionary Art of Agnes Denes", essay in exhibition catalog for "Agnes Denes: Projects For Public Places-A Retrospective", Samek Gallery, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa.
Spiess, Anne-Katrin and Labovie, Sue, guest editors. "Land and Eco Art in the USA" in Landscape and Art, London, England. ("Wheat in the City", text & illus. by Agnes Denes), (number 29, summer 2003) p. 31.
2002"Cultivos Urbanos, (Agnes Denes: Campo de trigo una confrontacion) in Oeste 15, Madrid: Spain, ("Wheatfield—A Confronttion"), text & illus.) Pp. 10-15.
2001Cohen, Mark Daniel. "The Reason in the Art: The Role of the Rational in the Aesthetic Imagination" in NY Arts (International Edition). Vol 6 No 7/8 July/August 2001, Pp. 58-59 (text & illus.).
Gussin, Graham, and Ele Carpenter, ed. "Nothing", London, England: August and Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, 2001, Pp. 84-88
2000Denes, Agnes. "Poetry Walk—Reflections: Pools of Thought", foreword by Jill Hartz, artist statement and artwork by Agnes Denes. A Millennial Project and publication sponsored by the University and the University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville and printed in Canada. Commemorating the permanent installation of 20 granite stones (4x5ft and weighing 300 lbs each) carved with poetry and philosophy embedded into the lawn at the University of Virginia (535 feet by 60 feet)
Gilbert, Chris. "Hindsight/Fore-site: Interpreting Mr. Jefferson", in "64", Richmond, Virginia, (Vol 1, issue 7, August, 2000), Pp. 30,34 (text & illus.)
Selz, Peter. "Reviews" (Agnes Denes, Charlottesville, Va.) in Sculpture, International Sculpture Center, Washington, D.C.,vol 19, no. 10, Pp. 77-78 (text & illus.)
Nemitz, Barbara. Trans Plant: Living Vegetation in Contemporary Art, Ostfildern—Ruit, Germany: Hatje Cantz Publisher. Essay by Kim Levin: "Gaining ground: a retrospective view of art in nature and nature in art", (text & illus.), Pp 13, 16, 42, 43f, 185.
Sutton, Beth. "Environmental Art with a Social Conscience", (Agnes Denes, "Poetry Walk: Reflections—Pools of Thought", Univ. of Virginia) in "64", August 2000, Pp. 34 (text & illus.)
"Women Designers in the USA", New Haven and London: Yale University Press. Editor: Pat Kirkham, (Leslie Rose, Close. "Women Landscape Designers") Pp. 340-341, (text & illus.)
1999Barreto, Ricardo. "Sculptural Conceptualism: A New Reading of the Work of Agnes Denes", in Sculpture. Pp.16-23, and cover, (May), vol 18, no 4 (text & illus.)
Sabine, Bartelsheim. "Pflanzenkunstwerke", (Lebende Pflanzen in der Kunst des 20.Jahnhunderts), Munchen:Verlag Silke Schreiber, (Doctoral Thesis, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cologne, Germany, (Agnes Denes: "The Paradoxes of Human Existence—Public Art and Ecology" —"Agnes Denes: Die Paradoxien des Menschlichen Dasein", Pp.156, 159-162, 185. (text & illus.).
Smith, Beryl (Joan Arbeiter, Sally Shearer Swenson) editors. Lives and Works: Talks with Women Artists, vol 2. Lanham Md. & London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Pp. 61-76 (text and illus.) (paperback second printing)
Wasserman, Krystyna, "Book as Art XI—Inside the Artist's Book." Women in the Arts (Fall l999) Pp. 18-19 (text & illus.) National Museum of Women in the Arts.
1998"Agnes Denes", Galleria Il Bulino, Rome, Rova/Roma. Kastner, Jeffrey & Wallis, Brian. ed. Land and Environmental Art. London, England: Phaidon Press Ltd. 1998. Pp 160,161,261,262,289, (text & illus.)
"Incontro con l'artista Agnes Denes", (Un 'iniziativa de "Stelle Cadenti", Bassano in Teverina", L'Eco Della Stampa, Milano, April 24, n. 111, l998.
Lippard, R. Lucy. "Lure of the Local: Senses of Place in a Multicentered Society", New York: The New Press. Pp 192, plate 14, (text & illus.).
Zevi, Adachiara. "La filosofia visiva di Agnes Denes"—"The Visual Philosophy of Agnes Denes", L'Architettura, #516, October, Rome, Italy.
1997Aberlin, Mary Beth. "America the Digital," The Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, May/June, Pp. 8 (illus.).
Clark, James. "Fields for Thought: The Art of Agnes Denes," Public Art Review (Regarding Land), Spring/Summer, Pp. 9-13 (text and illus.).
Selz, Peter. Beyond the Mainstream. Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press, l997. ("Agnes Denes: The Artist as Universalist," reprinted from Agnes Denes, Ithaca, N.Y.: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, l992). (Chapter 18, Pp 9, 235-249, 308-9, 317,) (text & illus.)
Kevles, Bettyann Holtzmann. Naked to the bone. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. Pp. 278 -281, 279, 315, (text and illus.).
1996"Ahtisaarelle nimikkotaimi Puuvuoreen," Aamulehti, Tampere, Finland (June 15).
Kuspit, Donald. "Agnes Denes: Joyce Goldstein Gallery." Artforum International 6 ("Tree Mountain— A Living Time Capsule"), (February), Pp. 82 (text & illus.).
Kuspit, Donald. Idiosyncratic Identitites, Cambridge, Mass.: Cambridge University Press, 1996. ("Paradox Perfected—Agnes Denes's Pyramids", reprinted from Agnes Denes. Ithaca, N.Y.: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, 1992). Pp. 109-120 (text and illus.)
"Presidentti Ahtisaaren vierailu viivästyi," Uudenkaupungin Sanomat, Uusikaupunki, Finland (June 15).
Smith, Beryl (Joan Arbeiter, Sally Shearer Swenson) editors. Lives and Works: Talks with Women Artists, vol 2, Lanham Md. & London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc. Pp. 61-76 (text and illus.)
Stiles, Kristine and Selz, Peter, ed. Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: a Sourcebook of Artists Writings. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Pp. 504, 540-545 (text & illus.)
Tawadros, Gilane, ed. Map. ("Agnes Denes: Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space-Map Projections") Institute of International Visual Arts, London, England, Pp. 1, 1/24, 2/23,24,25,26, (text and illus.).
Wagner, Monika. "Gras, Steine, Erde. Naturspolien in der Zeitgenössischen Kunst." (Weizen in der Stadt: Wheatfield—a Confrontation) MuseumsKunde 61, Deutschen Museumbund, (September), Pp. 26-36 (text & illus.)
1995Dickerson, Paul, guest ed. New Observations, No. 105 ("Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space — Map Projection I—Amorphous Continents,"1979) (illus.)
Oakes, Baile, ed. Sculpting With the Environment. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold (text and illus.).
Robinson, Walter. "Front Page: Tree Mountain in Finland." Art in America 83 (January), Pp. 29 (text and illus.).
1994Bentivoglio, Mirella, "Agnes Denes: Wynn Kramarsky Studio." Terzio Occhio 20 (September), Pp. 62.
Mitchell, W.J.T., ed. Art and the Public Sphere. Chicago, Il.: University of Chicago Press, ("The Dream," reprinted from Critical Inquiry).
1993Chayat, Sherry. "Agnes Denes." ARTnews (March), Pp. 118.
Contemporary Art, Catalogue 97, Parts 1 and 2 (private collections of Robert Pinkus-Witten and Ellen Johnson) Boston: Ars Libri, Ltd. Five books by Agnes Denes.
Heartney, Eleanor. "Agnes Denes at the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University", Art in America 81, (April 1993), Pp. 135, 136. (text and illus.)
Konno, Kumi. "Mirror of Memory." Commercial Photo, Tokyo. ("Agnes Denes: Wheatfield - A Confrontation and Tree Mountain, text and illus., in Japanese, vol XII. no 363"), Interview by Kumi Konno," Agnes Denes: Memories For the Future", English publication of "Mirror of Memory".
Pinkel, Sheila, guest ed. "Introduction: Art and Social Consciousness." Special Issue: Leonardo, (Berkeley) 26, No 5, Pp. 365-366.
1992Brookner, Jackie., ed. "Art and Ecology-Special Issue", Art Journal, College Art Association, New York.
"Wheatfield - A Confrontation/Tree Mountain." (Summer), Pp. 11, 22-23, (text and illus.).
Chayat, Sherry. "Agnes Denes: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University" ARTnews 92 (March), Pp. 118 (text and illus.).
Hargittai, I., and C. A. Pickover, editors. "An Artist's Personal Statement on Spiral and Other Map Projections." Spiral Symmetry (Singapore and London: World Scientific Publishing Co.), Pp.38791.
Hartz, J., ed. Agnes Denes (monograph). Ithaca, N.Y.: Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art (text and illus. by Denes essays by R. Hobbs, D. Kuspit, P. Selz, L. Sims, T. Leavitt).
Kivirinta, Marja-Terttu. "Strata artist Agnes Denes underlines our responsibility to the earth--The sensitive artist is also a sensitizer." Helsinkin Sanomat, Helsinki, Finland (Jan. 28; text and illus.)
Kivirinta, Marja-Terttu. "Urgent Demand for the Environmental Art of the 1990's." Helsingin Sanomat, Helsinki, Finland(March 28; text and illus.).
Rosenblatt, Anna. "Agnes Denes: Using Art to Re-connect Humankind and Nature." Ursus Profile, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. Pp. 21-24 (Fall; text and illus.).
Wallenstein, Sven-Olov, and Erik van der Heeg. "Opposites Attract--An Interview with Agnes Denes" Material 6 (illus.)
1991Cembalest, Robin. "The Ecological Art Explosion." ARTnews 90. (summer 1991; illus. Pp. 99-101, "Wheatfield - A Confrontation"). Reprinted in Allocations--Art for a Natural and Artificial Environment (Zoetermeer: Floriade Den Haag(1992).
Hall, Stephen. "Uncommon Landscapes--Maps in a New Age of Scientific Discovery." The Sciences (Sept./Oct.; illus.)
Stapen, Nancy. "Drawings at Brandeis ask profound questions." Living Arts Section, Boston Globe (March 22).
1990Artner, Alan J. "Agnes Denes - Arts Club of Chicago." Chicago Tribune (June 22).
Green, Theodora. "Agnes Denes, The Arts Club of Chicago." New Art Examiner (Sept.).
Hartney, Eleanor. "Landfill Projects." On View - A Journal of Public Art and Design 1 (spring/summer), Pp. 52, 54-55 (text and illus.)
Merrill, Jennifer. "The Environment by Design--Ecological Art." ZPG (Zero Population Growth) Reporter, Pp. 3 (text and illus., "Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid & The People Paradox--The Predicament")
Porges, Maria. Book review of "Book of Dust" by Agnes Denes, in Contemporanea 3 (summer), Pp. 123
Neff, John. "On Public Art - Daring to Dream." Critical Inquiry 16, University of Chicago Press (summer), Pp. 858 (text and illus.)
Russell, George, ed. "Building the Future." Orion Nature Quarterly 9 (spring), Pp. 52-55 (text and illus.)
1989Murray, Jeannette. "Religion, Reality, and Relativity: The Scientific Tradition in Art." Encyclopedia Britannica: Yearbook of Science and the Future, Chicago, Ill., Pp. 28-29 (text and illus)
"Religão, Realidade e Relatividade: A tradicao cientifica na Arte." Livro do Ano Ciencia e Futuro 1989, Encyclopaedia Britannica do Brazil. São Paulo, Brazil: Publicaciones Ltda., Pp. 89-91 (text and illus.)
Naylor, Colin, ed. Contemporary Artists, third edition, London, England:St. James Press (text and illus.)
Oliver, Cordelia. "Maps and the Artist." Togail Tir - Marking Time - The Map of the Western Isles. Finlay
MacLeod, ed. Isle of Lewis, Scotland:Acair Ltd., Pp. 145-48 (text and illus.)
Princenthal, Nancy. "Artist's Book Beat." Print Collector's Newsletter 20(Nov./Dec.), Pp. 185.
Schwartz, Joyce Pomeroy. "Public Art." Encyclopedia of Architecture -Design, Engineering, and Construction. Joseph A. Wilkes, ed. Vol. 4. New York: The American Institute of Architects.
1988"Bilder gegen den Hunger" (Paintings Against Hunger). Kultur, Der Spiegel, Cologne, W. Germany (April 25; text and illus.).
Boehm, Rachel E. "Prominent Landscaper Hired for Waterfront Park." Daily Californian, Berkeley, Calif. (Jan. 29), Pp. 1-4.
"Gli artisti per la fame nel mondo" (Artists for the end of world hunger). Flash Art 145 (Nov.).
Wines, James. "Wheatfield - A Confrontation." De-Architecture. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., Pp. 172.
1987Martin, Mary Abbe. "Art Exhibition Aims a Blow at World Hunger." Star-Tribune, Minneapolis, Minn. (Sept.13).
Selz, Peter. "Alternative Aesthetics: Quests for Spiritual Quintessence." Arts Magazine 62 (Oct.), Pp. 47-49.
Sims, Lowery. "The Envelope, Please . . . The Experts Cast Their Votes." ARTnews 86 (Nov.), Pp. 170 (text and illus.)
1986Hargittai, Istvan, editor. Symmetry - Unifying Human Understanding. London, England: Pergamon Press (illus. and text; essay by A. Denes, "Notes on a Visual Philosophy" illus., Pp. 835-48. Reprinted in Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Pergamon Press.)
1985Castleman, Riva. American Impressions: Prints Since Pollock. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., Pp. 136-37 (text and illus.).
Selz, Peter. "Agnes Denes: The Visual Presentation of Meaning." Art in a Turbulent Era. Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press.
1983Lippard, Lucy R. Overlay - Contemporary Art and the Art of Prehistory. New York: Pantheon Books, Pp. 81-82 (illus.)
1982Rückblick, Internationale Jugendtriennale und Meister der ZeichnungNürnberg, W. Germany: Kunsthalle (compilation of published reviews)
Cohen, Ronny H. "Agnes Denes: Triumph of the Will." Print Collector's Newsletter 13 (Nov./Dec.), Pp. 159-161.
Hobbs, Robert. "Earthworks: Past and Present." Art Journal 42 (summer), Pp. 191-94 ("Wheatfield - A Confrontation," Pp. 193)
Johnson, Ellen, editor. American Artists on Art: From 1940 to 1980. New York: Harper and Row, Pp. 137-141 (illus. and text)
1981Cole, David, and Richard Kostelanetz, compilers. Eleventh Assembling: Pilot Proposals. Brooklyn: Assembling Press (illus. of Denes's "Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid" and "Noah's Ark").
Kuspit, Donald B. "Agnes Denes: The Ironies of Comprehension." Arts Magazine 56, Pp. 152-53.
Selz, Peter. Art in Our Times - A Pictorial History 1890-1980. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Pp. 531 (illus).
1980Belford, M. and J. Herman. Time and Space Concepts in Art. New York: Pleiades Gallery.
Bertsson, Asa. "A New Language of Art." Sydsvenska Dagbladet Snällposten, Lund, Sweden (Feb. 26).
Daval, Jean-Luc, editor. "The Space of Communication." Skira Annuel. Art Actuel. Geneva, Switzerland: Editions d'Art Albert Skira, Pp. 96-97, 156 (text and illus.)
"Female Da Vinci Shows at Galleriet." Lundabladet, Lund, Sweden (Feb. 11)
Johansson, Hans. "Two Poets of Science." Arbetet-Kulture, Lund, Sweden (March 2)
Lucie-Smith, Edward. Art in the Seventies. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, Pp. 31, 123 (text and illus.).
Nittve, Lars. "Nyavärlds-bilder" (New World Pictures). Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm, Sweden (Feb. 29)
Nordgren, Sune. "Dizzying World Images." Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm, Sweden (Feb. 28)
Nyman, Ulla. "Hon Visar Det Osedda - Agnes Denes with Human Dust" Sydsvenska Dagbladet, Lund, Sweden (Feb. 9), Pp. 20.
1979Belford, Marilyn, and Jerry Herman, editors. Time and Space Concepts in Art (New York: Pleiades Gallery), Pp. 129, 133-36 (illus.)
Ferrari, Corinna. "La Bellezza della Logica - Agnes Denes a Milano." Domus 596 (July), Pp. 51.
Gonzales, Jose Carlos. "Agnes Denes, el Triangulo y la Piramide Perfecta de Pascal." Artes Visuales 20 (Dec./Feb.). Chapultepec, Mexico: Museo deArte Moderno.
1978Daval, Jean-Luc, editor. Skira Annuel. Art Actuel. Geneva, Switzerland:Editions d'Art Albert Skira, Pp. 111, 152 (text and illus.).
Lipman, Jean, and Richard Marshall. "Introspection III: Aesthetics." Art About Art. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., Pp. 78.
Merz, M. "La Biennale di Venezia." Domus 586 (September), Pp. 46.
1977Hafström, Jan. "Syner i New York." Paletten 2, Göteborg, Sweden, Pp. 2-4 (text, illus., and cover).
Naylor, Colin, and Gensis P. Orridge, editors. Contemporary Artists. London: St. James Press, Ltd., Pp. 244- 246 (text and illus.).
1976"Agnes Denes, 4,000 Years, If the Mind . . ." Print Collector's Newsletter 7 (Nov./Dec.), Pp. 149.
Johnson, Ellen H. Modern Art and the Object. London: Thames and Hudson, Pp. 43-47 (illus.).
Lippard, Lucy R. From the Center. New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., Pp. 2n, 20, 42, 43 (text and illus.).
Oliva, Achilee Bonito. Europe/ America—The Different Avant-Gardes. Milan: Deco Press, Pp. 131 (text and illus.).
1975Bourdon, David. "Art." Village Voice 20 (March 3), Pp. 92-93.
Picard, Lil. "Brief Aus New York." Kunstforum International, Bd. 13 (Feb./April), Pp. 219-23.
Popper, Frank. Le Declin de l'Objet (selections from Popper's Art, Action, and Participation). Paris: Chene Publishers ("Pascal's Triangle").
Selz, Peter. "Agnes Denes: The Visual Presentation of Meaning." Art in America 63 (March/April), Pp. 72-74.
Smith, Phillip. "Dynamic Visual Systems in Process: The Works of Agnes Denes." Arts Magazine 50 (Dec.), Pp. 77-79.
1974Reise, Barbara. "Agnes Denes: Analytical Works." Studio International: Journal of Modern Art 188, Pp. 235-38.
Tannous, David. "Quantifying the Unquantifiables." Washington Star News (Dec. 13), Pp. E-2.
1973Lippard, Lucy R. Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object. New York: Praeger Publishers, Pp. 107- 108 (text and illus.)
2021Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Ich Hasse Die Natur!, Klassik Stiftung Weimar, 2021
2020Markonish, Denise, Blaine De St. Croix: How to Move a Landscape, MASS MoCA, July 2020
2019Enderby, Emma, Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates, The Shed, November 2019
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Alicja Kwade, Yale University Press, New Haven, 2019
David Rumsey Map Center, Coordinates: Maps and Art, Stanford Libraries, 2019
2018Socrates Sculpture Park, Virginia Overton: Built, Socrates Sculpture Park, New York, 2018
Abrams, Nora Burnett, Sorkin, Jenni, Bruno, Giuliana, Tara Donovan: Fieldwork, MCA Denver & Rizzoli Electa, 2018
Guenin , Hélène, Cosmogonies, au gré des elements, MAMAC, 2018
De la Torre, Blanca, Reutilizaciones/Reutilizations, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, 2018
2017Baum, Kelly, Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason 1950-1980, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2017
Spaid, Sue, Ecovention Europe: Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017, Museum De Domijnen Hedendaagse Kunst, 2017 (text & illus.).
2016Drawing Then: Innovation and Influence in American Drawings of the Sixties, Dominique Levy Gallery, 2016.
2015Frock, Christian L. and Tanya Zimbardo, eds. Public Works: Artists’ Interventions 1970s-Now. Oakland, CA: Mills College Art Museum, 2015.
2014Art of its Own Making, New York: The Pulitzer Foundation, p.7 (text & illus.).
2013Expo 1: New York. New York: MoMA PS1, p. 2 (illus.).
2012A.I.R. Pioneers: Portraits by Judy Cooper. New York, NY: Judy Cooper, p. 10 (text); p. 11 (illus.)
Agnes Denes: Body Prints, Philosophical Drawings, and Map Projections: 1969-1978. Santa Monica, CA: Santa Monica Museum of Art (essays by Elsa Longhauser and Jeffrey Uslip; text and illus.)
Conspiracies of Illusion. Hamilton, Ontario: McMaster Museum of Art, pp. 9- 11 (text and illus.)
Civic Action: A Vision for Long Island City. Long Island City, NY: The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum and Socrates Sculpture Park, pp. 100-101(text and illus.)
Ends of the Earth: Land Art to 1974. Los Angeles: The Museum of Contemporary Art (curated by Philipp Kaiser and Miwon Kwon), p. 196 (text and illus.)
Green Acres: Artists Farming Fields, Greenhouses and Abandoned Lots (curated by Sue Spaid). Cincinnati, Ohio: Contemporary Arts Center (text and illus.).
Hunger City. Berlin, Germany: Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, (text and illus.).
Light Years: Conceptual Art and the Photograph, 1964-1977. Chicago, Ill.: Art Institute of Chicago, pp. 18, 93,118 (text and illus.)
Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art. Cambridge, Mass.: The MIT Press (edited by Morris and Bonin, pp. xviii, 168 - 171 (text & illus.)
2011Contemporary Drawings from the Irving Stenn Jr. Collection. Chicago, IL: Art Institute of Chicago, pp. 16, 50, 51, 52, 53, 153 (text and illus.)
Witkovsky, Matthew. Light Years: Conceptual Art and the Photograph, 1964-77. New Haven: Yale University Press; curated by The Art Institute of Chicago ("Human Dust," 1969)
Eco-Art. Pori, Finland: Pori Art Museum Publication, pp. 62, 63, 128-133 (text and illus.)
ERRE-Variatos Labyrinthiques. Metz Editions. Metz, France: Centre Pompidou-Metz, pp. 4, 92-95, 260, 268-269, 272 (text and illus.)
Rhythm of Structure: Mathematics, Art and Poetic Reflection. New York, NY: New York University Tisch School of Art/ Bowery Poetry Club, p. 22 (illus.)
Sistemas, Acciones Y Posesos (Systems, Actions, & Processes): 1965-1975). Buenos Aires, Argentina: Proa Foundation, pp. 7, plate 154, 255, 261 (text and illus.)
The Last Freedom: From the Pioneers of land Art in the 1960s to Nature in Cyberspace. Milan: Silvana Editoriale, Milano, Italy. (Die Letzte Freiheit) Foreword and essays by Beate Reifenscheid, Robert Morgan, Gilles Tiberghien, (Pp. 11, 30-34, 100-105, 169, 189, text & illus)
2010Artpark: 1974-1984. University at Buffalo Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York Landscape as an Idea: Projects and Projections 1960-1980. Curated by Berta Sichel, Donostia-San Sebatian: Koldo Mitxelena Kulturunea, (Pp. 26-31, 46, 120, 121, 203, 205, 265, (text & illus.))
In the Company of Art. A Celebration of 50 Years of the JPMorgan Chase Art Collection, ("Hypersphere-the Earth in the Shape of the Universe", lobby & celing commission, First National Bank of Chicago, New York), traveling exh.k (Pp 26 text, illus.)
2009Radical Nature—Art & Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009. Curated by Francesco Manacorda, , London, England: Barbican Art Gallery, Koenig Books. (Pp 11,19, 88-94, 238 (Manifesto 1969). (text & illus.) Exh. includes a commission for the re-creation of "Wheatfield—A Confrontation".
"Elles @ Centrepompidou" Artistes Femmes dans la Collection du Musee National d'Art Moderne. Centre de Creation Industrielle, Paris, France ("Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space-Map Projections: The Hot Dog"). (Pp. 76, text & illus.)
2008Agnes Denes: Art for the Third Millennium—Creating a New World View. Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary, Essays by museum director Bencsik Barnabas and Mark Daniel Cohen art historian. Editors: Rona Kopecsky, Imola Nagy, Katalin Szekely. Translators: Arpad Mihaly, Renata Szikra. Text & images by Agnes Denes, bio. & bibl.,152 pages. Printed in Budapest, Hungary.
2007Land Art. Michael Lailach, editor, Taschen Publisher, Pp. 40,41, ( text & illus.)
Art in Action: Nature, Creativity and Our Collective Future. Curated by Randy Jane Rosenberg, Natural World Museum, San Rafael, California. (Pp. 154, 175), (text & illus.)
Weather Report: Art and Climate Change. Curated by Lucy R. Lippard, Boulder: Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Colorado. Pp 42-43, 123,) text & illus.)
2006Fourth International Artists' Book Exhibition'. Szekesfehervar: Hungary, 2006, Agnes Denes: Book of Dust, (Pp. 76, illus.).
2005Drawings from the Modern, 1945-1975. New York, N.Y.: The Museum of Modern Art, Pp. 182, 198 (illus.).
2004Contemporary Art and the Mathematical Instinct. Duluth, Mn.: Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota, Pp. 59, 82, (text and illus.).
2003Agnes Denes: Projects For Public Places—A Retrospective. Lewisburg, Pa.: Samek Gallery, Bucknell University, (Essay by Eleanor Heartney), (text and illus.).
Biennale de Buenos Aires. Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, ("El arte ecologico de Agnes Denes", Pp. 2, text & illus.)
Siting Jefferson. Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press, University of Virginia Art Musum, Pp. 22-23, text & illus. by Agnes Denes (Poetry Walk).
2002Ecovention. (Current Art to Transform Ecologies), Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, Ohio Pp. 11,12,15, 120-124, 139, (text & illus.).
2001Experience/Dissolution. Goteborgs Internationella Konsbiennal, Goteborg, Sweden, Pp. 8, 38-41, (text & illus.)
Kinds of Drawing. Amherst, Mass.: Herter Art Gallery, University of Mass. (Essay by Trevor Richardson) ("Snail People—The Vortex" (detail) 1989) Pp 8,25 (text & illus.)
Markers. The Venice Biennale, (An Outdoor Banner Event of Artists and Poets for the Venice Biennale 2001, International Artists' Museum, Israel, (text & illus.).
Waterproof. (Kunstenaars Verkennen de Toekoms van de Hollandse Waterlinie), Fort Asperen Foundation, The Netherlands, Pp. 27-30, text & illus.)
2000Art & Mathematics 2000. New York, N.Y.: The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science & Art, Albert Nerken School of Engineering (text & illus.).
Hindsight/Fore-site. Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Va, (text & illus.)
Force fields—Phases of the Kinetic. MACBA, Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Spain. Essay Guy Brett "Contingency and Infinity", Pp. 61, 63, 68, 140-141, 129, 133, 219, 221, text & illus.) Pp. 304-306 (Excerpts from Book of Dust: Agnes Denes).
1999Afterimage: Drawing Through Process. The Museum of Contemporary Art & the MIT Press, Cambridge & London. Pp. 16,23, 64, 65, 66, 107, 109,139,148, (text & illus.)
Book As Art XI. Washington D.C.: National Museum of Women in the Arts, Library and Research Center, Pp. 1,2,9, (text and illus.)
1998American Academy in Rome, Annual Exhibition. Rome, Italy (text & illus.)
Into Focus/Art on Science", Schenectady, N.Y.: Mendeville Gallery, Nott Memorial, Union College (text and illus.)
Light on the New Millennium—Wind From Extreme Orient. Pusan, Korea: Metroplitan Art Museum, '98 Pusan International Art Festival—PICAF, Exhibition of Contemporary Art and Sculpture Symposium, Pp. 101, l61, (text and illus.)
Women Artists in the Vogel Collection. Gainesville, Ga." Brenau University. Pp. 8-9, 28, 52, 58, (text & illus.).
Stelle Cadenti. Bassano in Teverina, Italy: L'Associazione Culturale e Il Comunie Di Bassane in Teverina. Pp. 5, (text and illus.)
The Serial Attiude. Columbus, Ohio: Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio University. Pp. 5, 9, (text and illus.)
1997Artists—Messengers of Peace (Art for Peace Collection), Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel (illus.).
Magie der Zahl in der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. Stuttgart, Germany: Staatsgalerie. Pp. 201-202, 272, 354 (text and illus.)
The Private Eye in Public Art. Charlotte, N.C.: La Salle Partners, National Plaza. (text & illus.)
1996The Visionary Art of Agnes Denes. Potsdam, N.Y.: Roland Gibson Gallery, New York University. (Introduction by Dan Mills, quotes from art historians and Agnes Denes). (text and illus.)
Artpartnership. Potsdam, N.Y.: Roland Gibson Gallery, New York University. (Introduction by Dan Mills) (text and illus.)
Women Artist Series: 25 Years, l971-1996. ("Flying Pyramid for the Twenty-Second Century— Environmental Sculpture for the Miami Airport"). New Brunswich: N. J.: Rutgers University. Pp. 32. (text & illus.)
1995In Light of Our Reflection: Visions of Art and Science. ("Flying Pyramid for the Twenty-Second Century, l984"). Medford, Mass.: Tufts Uiversity Art Gallery, (text & illus.).
1994Ipotesi sulla Scultura. (essay by Virginia Bardel, curator). Rome: Italy, M.E.R.C.I. (text & illus.).
1993Creative Solutions to Ecological Issues. New York and Hempstead, N.Y.: Council for Creative Projects and Hofstra University.
Différentes Natures-Visions de l'Art Contemporaine. EPAD-"Ministère de la Culture et de la Francophonie-Délégation aux Arts Plastiques." La Defénse (FIACRE) Paris, France Pp. 26, 104, 105,299, (text and illus.)
Le Onde: Scultrici a Venezia. The Human Argument, l969 71." Mirano/Venezia: Editrica Eidos (text & illus.).
1992Allocations -- Art for a Natural and Artificial Environment (essay byRobin Cembalist). The Hague, Netherlands: Floriade Den Haag, Zoetermeer. Pp. 190, 191, 193 (text and illus.).
Americas. Seville, Spain: Junta de Andalucia, Expo '92. Pp. 38, 91, 96 (text and illus.).
Completing the Circle: Artists' Books on the Environment. Minnesota: Minnesota Center for Book Arts (introduction; Pp. 4-5).
Fragile Ecologies (essay by Barbara C. Matilsky). New York: Queens Museum Pp. 50-52, 58. (cover, illus. and text), Strata. Finland: Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, and The Art Museum of Tampere, Pp. 25, 96-107, 169-70, 78-83 (text and illus.).
1991Atlas: Curatorial Laboratory Project #7. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Introduction by Ihor Holubizky (text & illus).
Contemporary Drawing: Existence, Passage and the Dream. Waltham, Mass.: Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, Pp. 4-7, 17-19, 41(text and illus.)
Visions/Revisions. Denver: Denver Art Museum.
1990Agnes Denes - Concept into Form, Works 1970-1990. Chicago: Art Club of Chicago (text by A. Denes and J. Neff).
Agnes Denes, El Concepto Hecho Forma, Obras, 1970-1990. Madrid: Anselmo Alvarez Galerie de Arte (text by A. Denes, J. Neff, and R. Rosen).
Artists for Amnesty. New York: Amnesty International USA.
1989Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women. New York: Hudson Hills Press (illus.; essays by J. Collischan, T. Leavitt, and J. Wilson),Pp. 44, 157.
Making Their Mark - Women Artists Move Into the Mainstream, 1970-1985. New York: Abbeville Press, Pp. 19, 62, 101, 169, 170-73, 175, 214, 235-36, 244, 286 (text and illus.).
25 Jahre Berliner Kunstlerprogramm. W. Berlin: DAAD, pp. 137, 160 (text and illus.).
1988A Debate on Abstraction. New York: Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Art Gallery,Hunter College.
Interaction: Science and Art. Princeton, N.J.: The Squibb Gallery.
1987Graphica Atlantica. Reykjavík, Iceland: Kjarvalsstadir.
The International Art Show for the End of World Hunger ("Wheatfield -A Confrontation"). New York: Artists to End Hunger and Worldview International Foundation, Pp. 84-87, 103.
1986Archetypes: Eastern Cultures - Western Art of the Twentieth Century ("4000 Years - If the Mind . . ." and "Evolution I"). Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Ethno-graphic Museum, Pp. 138-39.
Die Wirklichkeit der Bilder - Selected Works from the Collection. Nürnberg, W. Germany: Kunsthalle, Pp. 10,19 (illus.).
V Bienal Americana de Artes Graficas. Cali, Colombia: Museo de Arte Moderno la Tertulia.
Works on Paper. Rutgers National 85/86. Camden, N.J.: Stedman Gallery,Rutgers University.
1985Art, Design and the Modern Corporation (The Collection of the Container Corporation of America, a Gift to the National Museum of American Art). Washington, D.C.: National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Pp. 72, 87-88 (text and illus.).
Artists and Architects - Challenges in Collaboration. Cleveland, Ohio:Cleveland Center for Contemporary Arts, Pp. 11, 34 (illus).
KIS '85, Kunsan International Show. Chonbuk, Korea: Institute of Contemporary Art, Kunsan National University, Pp. 85 (illus.).
Large Drawings. New York: Independent Curators, Inc. (illus.).
1984Exception 2. New York: Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery.
Land Marks. Annandale-on-Hudson, New York: Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Milton & Sally Avery Center for the Arts, Bard College Center.
1983The Examples of Mental Spiritual Spaces/Works. Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Galeria Studentskog, Kulturnog Centar.
New York i Linköping. Linköping: Östergotlands Länsmuseum, Linköping, Sweden (essay by Bo Nilsson).
Petit Format de Papier. Couvin, Belgium: Cul-des-Sarts, Ministère de laCommunauté Française.
Printed by Women - A National Exhibition of Photographs and Prints. Philadelphia: The Port of History Museum at Penn's Landing (illus.).
World Print Four—International Survey. San Francisco: World PrintCouncil, Fort Mason Center, Pp. 36.
1982Arte e Scienza per il Disegno del Mondo (Art and Science for the Representation of the World). Turin, Italy: Citta di Torino Assessoratoper la Cultura.
The Destroyed Print. New York: Pratt Manhattan Center Gallery.
58th Annual International Print Competition. Philadelphia: Print Club, Pp.3 (illus).
Meister der Zeichnung, Zeichnung Heute 2. Nurnberg: Internationale Jugendtriennale, Kunsthalle, (Denes, U.S.A.; Gafgen, France; Tubke, W. Germany.; U-Fan, Japan); essay on Denes by B. Kerber, Pp. 11-44 (text and illus.).
157th Annual Exhibition. New York: National Academy of Design.
Prints America. Philadelphia: Abington Art Center.
Projections. Chicago: West Hubbard Gallery.
1981All in Line— An Exhibition of Linear Drawing. Syracuse, N.Y: Joe andEmily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University.
Lis '81, Lisbon International Exhibition of Drawings Lisbon: Galerie Nacional de Arte Moderna, Pp. 50-51 (illus.) Note: Museum burned before exhibition opened.
Mapped Art, Charts, Routes, Regions. Boulder: University of Colorado Art Galleries (essay by Peter Frank).
Messages: Words and Images. Reading: Freedman Gallery, Albright College.
New Dimensions in Drawing 1950-1980. Ridgefield, Conn.: Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art (illus.).
Petit Format de Papier. Couvin, Belgium: Cul-des-Sarts, Ministère de laCommunauté Française.
Schemes: A Decade of Installation Drawings. New York: Elise Meyer, Inc. (essay by Shelley Rice).
Transformations - Women in Art '70-'80. New York: Art Expo.
Women Artists (Ten Years of Women Artists at Douglass College 1971-1981). New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University.
"Words as Images." White Walls, Chicago: Renaissance Society, University of Chicago. "Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid & the People Paradox," Pp. 38-45 (text and illus.).
1980Agnes Denes 1968-1980. Cambridge, Mass.: Hayden Gallery, M.I.T. (text by G. Garrels and A. Denes).
All in Line - An Exhibition of Linear Drawing. Syracuse, N.Y: Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University.
American Drawing in Black and White: 1970-1980. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum.
American Woman Artists, Sao Paulo, Brazil: Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de São Paulo.
Cartes et Figures de la Terre, Paris: Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou. Cover of catalog: "Map Projections - The Snail, Helical Toroid" by A. Denes, Pp. 236-39 (text and illustration).
Drawings: The Pluralist Decade, Philadelphia: Institute of ContemporaryArt, University of Pennsylvania, Pp. 80, 89.
56th Annual Print Competition. Philadelphia: Print Club.
Investigations: Probe, Structure, Analysis, New York: New Museum (essay by L. Gumbert and A. Schwartzman; text and illus. by A. Denes), Pp. 20-24.
Paesaggio Di Paesaggi. Milan, Italy: Amministrazione Communale de Santa Maria C.V.
Pyramidal Influences in Art. Dayton, Ohio: Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University.
Reasoned Space, Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona. "Map Projections," Pp. 12-21.
The Women Artist Series - Tenth Anniversary Retrospective, New Brunswick, N.J.: Douglass College, Rutgers University.
1979"American Art from MOMA," Kunstmuseum, Berne, Switzerland.Travel: Museum Ludwig, Cologne, W. Germany; Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal; Museo Español de Arte Contemporaneo, Madrid, Spain; Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Vienna Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Austria (catalog)
Biennial of Graphic Art. Ljubljana, Yugoslavia: Moderna Galerija.
Rice/Tree/Burial Project - Time Capsule 1979-2979, Lewiston, N.Y.: Artpark.
1978Agnes Denes - Work 1968-78, Birmingham, England: Ikon Gallery (essay by Roy Slade; text and illus. by A. Denes).
Agnes Denes - Sculptures of the Mind - Philosophical Drawings (essay by Thomas Deecke). W. Berlin: Amerika Haus, U.S. Cultural Center.
Artists Books, New York: Franklin Furnace.
La Biennale Di Venezia: From Nature to Art, from Art to Nature, Nature of Art. 3 volumes. Venice, Italy: International Commission for theHistoric-Critical Exhibition (cur. J. C. Ammann and A. B. Oliva).
La Biennale Di Venezia: Materializzazione Del Linguaggio. Venice, Italy (cur. Mirella Bentivoglio).
Footprint '78. Seattle: Northwest International Small Format Print Competition and Exhibition.
Grids. New York: Pace Gallery (essay by Rosalind Krauss).
Point. Philadelphia: Philadelphia College of Art.
1977"Rice/Tree/Burial Project, Artpark 1977". Lewiston, N.Y.: Artpark, Program in Visual Arts.
Computer Genesis: A Vision of the 70's. Syracuse, N.Y.: Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University.
Dokumenta 6 - Book Three. Handzeichnungen, Von Der Landschaft zu Kosmischen Systemen, Kassel, W. Germany.
Numerals 1924-1977. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery,Yale University.
Paper. Philadelphia: Philadelphia College of Art.
Sculptures of the Mind - Agnes Denes. Paris: Centre Culturel Americain.
Sculptures of the Mind (Philosophical Drawings). West Berlin:Berliner Kunstlerprogram das DAAD und das Amerika Haus (introduction by T. Deecke).
1976Agnes Denes: Paradox and Essence. New York: Franklin Furnace Archive.
Art in Landscape. New York: Independent Curators, Inc.
Important Post-War and Contemporary Art. New York: Leo Castelli, Sonnabend Galleries, and Sotheby Parke Bernet
Language and Structure in North America. Toronto: Queen Street Magazine, Kensington Arts Association.
New York, Soho Contact '76. Georgetown, Ky: Georgetown College Gallery.
Paper: An Invitational Exhibition. Fredonia, N.Y.: Michael C. Rockefeller Arts Center Gallery, State University College at Fredonia.
The 1976 Biennale of Sydney. Sydney, Australia: Arts Gallery of New South Wales.
Thirty Years of American Printmaking and the 20th National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum.
Unique Works. New York: Franklin Furnace (A. Denes and A. Sondhim).
Women Artists Series Year Five. New Brunswick, N.J.: Douglass College, Rutgers University (introduction by Lucy Lippard).
1975National Drawing Exhibition '75. New Brunswick, N.J.: Camden College of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University.
U.S.A. Zeichnungen 3. Leverkusen, W. Germany: Schloss Morsbroich, Stadtisches Museum.
The Year of the Woman. New York: Bronx Museum of the Arts.
1974Agnes Denes: Perspectives. Washington, D.C.: Corcoran Gallery of Art (essays by L. Alloway, R. Slade, and S. Sollins; text and illus. by A. Denes).
Kunst Bleibt Kunst - Projekt '74. Cologne, W. Germany: Kunsthalle.
Painting and Sculpture Today. Indianapolis, Ind., and Cincinnati, Ohio: Contemporary Art Society of the Indianapolis Museum of Art and The Contemporary Art Museum and Taft Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Die Wiedergefundene Zeit - Projekt '74. Cologne, W. Germany: Kunsthalle.
"Lives — Conceptual Artists: 1972-75" The Fine Arts Building, NYC (org. Jeffrey Deitch)
Word Works. Walnut, Calif.: Mount San Antonio College.
1973American Drawings 1963-73. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.
Catalogue of the Collection. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art.
18th National Print Exhibition. Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum.
Women Choose Women. New York: New York Cultural Center.
1971Art Systems. Buenos Aires: Museum of Modern Art.
Oversize Prints. New York: Whitney Museum of American Art(introduction by Elke Solomon).
1970Software. New York: Smithsonian Institution and the Jewish Museum.
By the Artist
2011"On Spirituality", by Agnes Denes in Public Art Review, "Public Art as a Spiritual Path", by Arlene Goldbard, "Spirituality and Religion", issue 44, spring/summer 2011. Pp. 18, 24, 25, (text & illus.)
"Eco-Amazons: 20 Women Who Are Transforming the World", Brooklyn, New York: Powerhouse Books. Interview Dorka Keehn, "Agnes Denes restoring the land through art". (Pp. 58-63) Text & images by Agnes Denes
2009"Manifesto 1969", in "Radical Nature—Art & Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009", exhibition catalog, text & images, (London, England: Barbican Art Gallery, Koenig Books. (Pp. 11,19, 88-94, 238) (Exhibition included a re-creation of Wheatfield—A Confrontation by Agnes Denes in London)
2008"Agnes Denes: Art for the Third Millennium—Creating a New World View", Retrospective exhibition
catalog. Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary. Essays by museum director
B. Barnabas and M. Daniel Cohen art historian. Eextensive text & images by Agnes Denes. Published by the Ludwig Museum, Printed in Budapest, Hungary: Mester Nyomda.
The Human Argument—The Writings of Agnes Denes. Edited with an introduction by Klaus Ottmann, Putnam, Conn: Spring Publications
2007"Pyramids of Conscience", 2005 at Ballroom, Marfa, TX, in: NY ARTS Magazine, January-February, 2005, (text & images).
"Manifesto, Mathematics in My Work and Other Essays", in: Hyperion: On the Future of Aesthetics, Volume II, Issue I, February 2007, (text & illustration), http://www.nietzschecircle.com/hyperion.html
2006"Notes on a Visual Philosophy", in: Hyperion: On the Future of Aesthetics, Volume I, Issue 4, December 2006, (text & illustration), http://www.nietzschecircle.com/hyperion.html
"Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule—11,000 People, 11,000 Trees, 400 Years, 1992-1996", "Imagination Holds the Key" by Tim Smit, in Resurgence, September/October 2006, No. 238, page 23. (Illus.)
2005"Living Murals in the Land—Crossing Boundaries of Time and Space". Saint Paul: Minnesota, Public Art Review, Issue 33, vol17, n 1, Fall/Winter, 2005 (pp 42-47), text & illus.).
Poetry Walk: Reflections—Pools of Thought, Charlottesville: University of Virginia Art Museum, (book signing) at Printed Matter, Inc. New York
"Pyramids of Conscience", 2005, (Agnes Denes describes her works), N Y Arts, vol 10, no 11/12, (p 86, complete text: www. nyartsmagazine.com), text & illus.).
2004"What Are You Reading?—Artists that make books reveal their current reading interests", ("Metamorphosis and Other Stories"), Art on Paper, New York: Fanning Publ.Co. July/August 2004, vol 8, no 6, (Pp. 54, text & illus.).
2003"Agnes Denes: Projects For Public Places—A Retrospective", Lewisburg, Pa.: Samek Gallery, Bucknell University, (Essay by Eleanor Heartney, text and images by Agnes Denes, edited by Dan Mills,)
Lewisburg, Pa.: Samek Gallery, Bucknell University. Traveling retrospective. "Healthy Paradoxes", in: Land Views – Online Journal of Landscape, Art and Design, Summer 2003 (text & illustration)
"Poetry Walk: Reflections—Pools of Thought", "Siting Jefferson", J. Hartz, ed. Charlottesville and London: University of Virginia Press, (pp 22-23, text and illus.).
2002"Tree Mountain—A Living Time Capsule", Wegway, issue 4, Fall 2002; Toronto: Canada, Pp. 8-11 & Cover, (text and illus.)
2000"Agnes Denes:Poetry Walk—Reflections: Pools of Thought", foreword by Jill Hartz, A Millennial project and publication, sponsored by the University and the University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, and printed in Canada.
1996"Artistic Vision and Molecular Genetics", Art Journal 55 (Spring: Contemporary Art and the Genetic Code.)
New York: College Art Association, pp 34-35 (text and illus. of "Thought Complex").
"Dialectic Triangulation: A Visual Philosophy" and "The Kingdom Series—X-ray of Calla Lillies", Report on Activities, The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
"Rice/Tree/Burial" (1968-79) and "Wheatfield—a Confrontation" (l982), Theories and Documents of Contemporary Art: a Sourcebook of Artists' Writings, Kristine Stiles and Peter Selz, ed. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Pp. 504, 540-545 (text and illus.).
1995"Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid & the People Paradox—The Predicament", 1980; "Teardrop—Monument To Being Earthbound," 1984; "Snail People—The Vortex," l989. Annual Report, Book Two, Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, Pp. l0-13.
1993"Notes on Eco-Logic: Environmental Art Work, Visual Philosophy and Global Perspective." Leonardo; (Berkeley) 26, No. 5, Special Issue: Art & Social Consciousness, Pp. 367-366, 387-395, Pp. 422 colorplate, and cover.
1992"Introduction: Notes on a Visual Philosophy." Completing the Circle: Artists' Books on the Environment. Betty Bright, ed. Minneapolis:Minnesota Center for Book Arts (illus.), intro., Pp. 4-5.
"The Dream" Art and the Public Sphere (anthology of Critical Inquiry writings). T. Mitchell, editor. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Pp 177-195.
"Wheatfield/Tree Mountain", Art Journal, (Summer: Art and Ecology-Special Issue). New York: College Art Association, Pp.22-23 (text and illus.)
1990"The Dream". Art and the Public Sphere, Critical Inquiry 16 (introduction by J. Neff: "On PublicArt - Daring to Dream") (summer), Pp. 919-39 and cover.
1989Book of Dust - The Beginning and the End of Time, and Thereafter. Rochester, N.Y.: Visual Studies Workshop.
1986Mental Space - 3, Community for the Research of Space. Belgrade,Yugoslavia: Ethnographic Museum.
"Pascal's Probability Pyramid and the People's Paradox". 1986: Candidate Nominations for Associate Membership. General Meeting of Academicians and Associations, Pp. 38.
"Notes on Visual Philosophy". Symmetry - Unifying Human Understanding and in Computers and Mathematics with Applications. I. Hargittai, ed. London: Pergamon Press.
1983Lowman, Jr., Paul D. "Faulting Continental Drift" The Sciences (July/ Aug.), Pp. 34, 39. (illus. of "Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space: Map Projections - The Hot Dog, The Doughnut, The Snail").
R. Rabinovich, catalog essay. New York: Center for Inter-American Relations/Americas Society.
"Syzygy" The Examples of Mental and Spiritual Spaces/Works. Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Galeria Studentskog, Kulturnog Centar.
"Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid & The People's Paradox - The Predicament" The Sciences (Nov./Dec.), Pp. 57.
"Wheatfield - A Confrontation." Reaktion. Leamon, Alsbach, W. Germany: Verlaggalerie.
1982"Evolution and the Creative Mind" (excerpt from a lecture at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1978).
American Artists on Art 1940-1980. Ellen Johnson, ed. New York:Harper and Row.
"Hamlet Fragmented". Shantih 4 (winter/spring), Pp. 118-25.
"Time/Fuse/Attitudes" (Bjerred, Sweden), FLUE 2. New York: Franklin Furnace.
1981"Animale, Rationale, Mortale." Petit Format de Papier, Exposition Internationale. Couvin, Belgium: Cul-des-Sarts.
"Pascal's Perfect Probability Pyramid & the People's Paradox." White Walls, catalog for exhibition "Words as Images." Chicago: The Renaissance Society, University of Chicago, Pp. 38-45.
"Rice/Tree/Burial Project." ARTextreme, premiere issue (fall/winter 1981-82), Richmond, Va. (text, illus., and cover)
1980"The Debate, 1 Million B.C. - 1 Million A.D." A Critical Assembling. Richard Kostelanetz, ed. Brooklyn: Assembling Press.
"Map Projections", "Rice/Tree/Burial Project". Skira Annuel. Art Actuel. Geneva, Switzerland: Editions d'Art Albert Skira, Pp. 96-97, 156 (text and illus.)
"Organic Notebooks." Konstnarsbocker - Artists' Books - Kalejdoskop. Ahus, Sweden: Kalejdoskop, Pp. 25.
1979Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space: Map Projections. Rochester, N.Y.: Visual Studies Workshop.
"Pyramid Series." Discovery of the Sources. Skira Annuel. Art Actuel. Geneva, Switzerland: Editions d'Art Albert Skira, Pp. 73 (text and illus.)
1978"Rice/Tree/Burial Project." White Walls, Chicago, Ill., Pp. 22-28.
"Study of Distortions" and "The Snail." The Image of Nature. Skira Annuel. Art Actuel. Geneva, Switzerland: Editions d'Art Albert Skira, plate 111(text and illus).
1976Agnes Denes: Sculptures of the Mind. Akron, Ohio: University of Akron Press.
"Artists Books." Art-Rite 14 (winter), Pp. 7."Books in Review." Print Collector's Newsletter 6 (Jan./Feb.), Pp. 171-72.
"Dialectic Triangulation: A Visual Philosophy", "Study of Distortions: Positions of Meaning", "4,000 Years". Sun and Moon: A Quarterly of Literature and Art 1 (winter), Pp. 16-19, 20-26, 27-30. Paradox and Essence. Rome: Tau/ma Press.
1975"Anti-Object Art." Tri-Quarterly 32 (winter). Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University."Human Dust Series." Visual Dialog 1, Pp. 6-7.
1974"Dialectic Triangulation," "Study of Distortions, "Studies of Time," "Studies of Truth," "Study of Human Dust," The Human Argument" in "Analytical Works." Studio International 188 (Dec.), Pp. 235-38.
1973"Psychographic." Duration Piece #8, by Doug Huebler. New York: Castelli and Sperone Gallery, Pp. 40.
Book, Exhibition Catalog and Periodical Covers
2009Berke, Edmund III, and Kenneth Pomeranz, ed. The Environment and World History. (Berkeley: University of California Press. Cover image by Agnes Denes: "Wheatfield—A Confrontation: Battery Park landfill, Downtown Manhattan with New York Financial Center, 1982", Photo: Agnes Denes.)
2006American Quarterly. (Baltimore: MD: John Hopkins University Press), June 2006, vol 58, No.2. Cover Image: "Wheatfield—A Confrontation" by Agnes Denes, 1982. Commissioned by Public Art Fund (Art and photography copyright Agnes Denes, 1982.)
1996Wirth-Nesher, Hana. City Codes. Cambridge, Ma: Cambridge University Press. "Wheatfield—A Confrontation".
1993Leonardo, (Cambridge, M.I.T. Press, vol. 26) "Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space—Map Projections: The Snail (helical toroid) and the Water Planet"
1992Fragile Ecologies (New York: Queens Museum and Rizzoli International). "Wheatfield--A Confrontation, Battery Park City, l982"
1990Critical Inquiry. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, summer, vol. 16)."Agnes Denes, Wheatfield—A Confrontation, Battery Park City landfill, New York. © 1982 by Agnes Denes".
Reynolds, Frank E. Beyond the Classics. Atlanta, Ga: Scholars Press. "Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space: Map Projections - The Snail".
1982Regan, Tom. All That Dwells Therein. (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press). "Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space—Map Projections—The Snail".
1981ARTextreme, premier issue (fall/winter 1981-1982). "Time Capsule 1979-2979."
1980Cartes et Figures de la Terre. (Paris: Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou). "Isometric Systems in Isotropic Space—Map Projections: The Snail (Helical Toroid)".
1979"Natural Science and Mathematics". The Oberlin College Bulletin 78, (July), Oberlin, Ohio. "Map Projections: The Doughnut"
1978Glassworks 1-3. (Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, Inc.) "The Human Argument"
1977Hafström, Jan. "Syner i New York", Paletten 2, Göteborg, Sweden. "Agnes Denes: Anima Pathema (The Emotional Animal)"