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Christo (American, Bulgarian-born Christo Vladimirov Javacheff, b.1935) and Jeanne-Claude (American, French-born Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon, 1935 –2009) were a couple most known for creating conceptually and visually impressive works that covered familiar locations and monuments in swaths of fabric. Sometimes seen as controversial due to their scale and the monuments chosen, their environmental artworks examine and create new ways of viewing familiar landscapes. Their most famed works include, “Wrapped Reichstag”, Berlin (1971-95), “The Umbrellas”, Japan - USA (1984-91) and “Surrounded Islands”, Biscayne Bay, Greater Miami, Florida (1980-83).

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Complimentary storage with no release fee will be offered until March 11, 2018. Beginning March 12, 2018, there will be a temporary storage rate applied of $2.00 per cubic foot with a $35.00 weekly minimum on storage (there is no daily pro rate on this cost), as well as a $15.00 release fee.

Aegena Temple Project for Munich Glyptotek, 1988
Photocollage and screenprint
Work: 35 x 27 in (88.9 x 68.58 cm)
Frame: 44 x 35.25 x 1.25 in (111.76 x 89.54 x 3.18 cm)
189 of 300
Courtesy of Leslie Sacks Gallery

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Aegena Temple Project for Munich Glyptotek
  • Dimensions
    35 x 27 in (88.9 x 68.58 cm)