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Over The River by Christo

Over The River by Christo

Christo in his studio with

Christo in his studio with

PHILIPPE PARRENO at Palais de Tokyo

PHILIPPE PARRENO at Palais de Tokyo

Christo Javacheff. Christo (n. Bulgaria, 1935) y Jeanne-Claude (Casablanca, Marruecos, 13 de junio de 1935 - Nueva York, Estados Unidos, 18 de noviembre de 2009)1 conformaban un matrimonio de artistas que realizaban instalaciones artísticas ambientales, similares al Land Art.

Christo Javacheff. Christo (n. Bulgaria, 1935) y Jeanne-Claude (Casablanca, Marruecos, 13 de junio de 1935 - Nueva York, Estados Unidos, 18 de noviembre de 2009)1 conformaban un matrimonio de artistas que realizaban instalaciones artísticas ambientales, similares al Land Art.

Inside the Artist’s Studio, Maren Hassinger

Inside the Artist’s Studio, Maren Hassinger

Gotham City: Amazon.co.uk: Luca Campigotto: Books

Gotham City: Amazon.co.uk: Luca Campigotto: Books

Jean Claude and Christo Central Park Gates 2006

Jean Claude and Christo Central Park Gates 2006

Christo & Jeanne-Claude, The Umbrellas

Christo & Jeanne-Claude, The Umbrellas

ALFRED STIEGLITZ (1864-1946) | Equivalent (Songs of the Sky), c. 1923 |

ALFRED STIEGLITZ (1864-1946) | Equivalent (Songs of the Sky), c. 1923 |

Sam Francis / Untitled / ca. 1958 / Watercolor on paper, mounted on canvas. American artist Francis was initially influenced by the work of abstract expressionists such as Mark Rothko, Arshile Gorky and Clyfford Still. He later became loosely associated with a second generation of abstract expressionists, including Joan Mitchell and Helen Frankenthaler, who were increasingly interested in the expressive use of color.

Sam Francis / Untitled / ca. 1958 / Watercolor on paper, mounted on canvas. American artist Francis was initially influenced by the work of abstract expressionists such as Mark Rothko, Arshile Gorky and Clyfford Still. He later became loosely associated with a second generation of abstract expressionists, including Joan Mitchell and Helen Frankenthaler, who were increasingly interested in the expressive use of color.

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