Dénes Farkas (born 1974, Budapest) is an Estonian-Hungarian post-conceptual photography and installation artist, who lives and works in Tallinn. Since the second half of the 2000s his work has focused on reducing a social structure that he studies into the shape of a representative model uniting a photograph that is as laconic as possible with its title. He is mainly focusing on critique of visual representation, relationship of image and text, and the aspect of social determination in human experience.
April 2019 – Tallinn Art Hall Spring Exhibition
July 2019 – XENOS, group exhibition curated by Anders Härm, Contemporary Art Museum, Estonia
Novmber 2018 – “When I Close My Eyes” solo exhibition at Tartu Art House