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Christo is not known for doing things on a small scale and now he is undertaking a project 30 years in the making. The artist best known for wrapping the Reichstag in fabric, running 40 kilometers of nylon along the California coast and covering up Pont-Neuf Bridge in Paris, will create the worlds largest permanent […]

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Christo’s Over the River project planned for 2014 is getting a mixed reply from local environmental groups. For his large-scale art installation in Bighorn Sheep Canyon near Denver, Christo wants visitors to “float down the river” and “see the sky and canyon walls through translucent, wind-rippled fabric suspended above.” […]

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Christo (sans recently deceased Jeanne-Claude) has planned a sequel to their Gates installation, laying orange fabric panels along 42.4 miles of Arkansas River – but first, a rigorous, fully documented examination of the environmental impact. Christo points out that oil companies’ projects undergo a much lighter review. Good point. Let’s hope it doesn’t get mistaken […]

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Ad agency BBDO blatantly stole its concept for a recent AT&T ad from art duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Watch as their ample “coverage” is demonstrated by sprawling, orange fabric that covers buildings and landscapes while commercial extras gawk in glee.  […]

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