Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s London Mastaba returns to the Serpentine this summer recreated in Augmented Reality by Acute Art in collaboration with the Serpentine Galleries.
The sad news that the larger than life artist Christo passed away aged 84 was announced on his website on 31 May.
The artist Christo has announced that he has received permission from the French government and the country’s Center for National Monuments to wrap the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most iconic landmarks in Paris.
18 June 2018
To coincide with a new exhibition of Christo and Jeanne Claude, at the Serpentine Gallery, the 83 year old artist has launched his amazing London Mastaba, a temporary sculpture in Hyde Park
7 February 2018
Gallerist James Payne from PayneShurvell visited Brussels recently during BRAFA and has selected his highlights from the fair. Art fairs are a great way to see a huge range of international work in a short amount of time, discover artists you didn’t know, and see what is trending. On the negative side, the work is […]
25 January 2018
The conceptual artist Christo has been given the go-ahead to create a massive ‘Mastaba’ sculpture situated in Hyde Park.
26 January 2017
The artist Christo has pulled out of his ‘Over The River’ project in protest to the Presidency of Donald Trump.
It has been 18 years since Christo wrapped the Reichstag and 14 years after the installation “The Wall“ as the finale of the Emscher Park International Building Exhibition, Christo has now returned to Germany with a further extraordinary art project. The internationally acclaimed artist – for the first time without his wife Jeanne-Claude – will […]
Lily Cole is present a new art TV programme, visiting leading artists, observing them at work, and interviewing them about their life and practice With a double first in art history from Cambridge Cole is the perfect candidate for this new series that will feature artists such as Paula Rego, Tacita Dean, and Christo. The […]