The Arc de Triomphe in Paris is wrapped in cloth.  The artist Christo, who died a year ago, dreamed of doing this.  Look at the photos of the wrapped France symbol

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In Paris, the editing of the work of the artist Christo “Arc de Triomphe. In a wrapper. ” The American artist of Bulgarian origin Hristo Yavashev is known all over the world for his monumental projects: in 1995, together with his wife Jeanne-Claude de Guillebon, with whom he worked until her death in 2009, he wrapped the Reichstag in cloth, in 1972 he made a curtain in the Colorado Valley , in 2014 created floating piers in Italy. Christo’s dream project was the wrapped Arc de Triomphe in Paris – together with his wife, back in the 1960s, he developed detailed drawings and instructions for this work. In May 2020, Hristo died, a year after his death, Arku is nevertheless wrapped in a silver-blue cloth – exactly as in the artist’s drawings. A construction team in July began erecting scaffolding to hold the fabric. The officially wrapped Arch will be open from September 18 to October 3. “I didn’t think it would ever happen,” the artist said in one of his last interviews. In 2017, for the first time in 60 years, the idea was revisited and the city approved it.

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