Christo's new project is realised since june 18, 2018: a floating ‘mastaba’ structure in London’s Hyde Park. The mastaba reaches 20 meters in height and is made from 7,506 oil barrels. It floats on the Serpentine Lake, behind Kensington Palace.
The British mastaba will take on the colors of its country’s flag — blue, red and white — as well as purple. The installation will run until september 23, 2018. We are excited by this piece of art!
Awesome! Finally, Christo's latest project »The Floating Piers, Lake Iseo, Italy 2014-2016« was realized and was presented to the public from June 18th until July 3rd 2016.
The spectacular installation could be visited and even walked-on. We were on-site most of the time and are really fascinated by this very special piece of art. In addition, we organized for collectors and fans of Christo's art a weekend on Lake Iseo – it were great days with a lasting art experience!
Christo works for this project since 1992. The project is already proved by the government and the preparations are in progress. We are really looking forward to its realization. »Over The River« is one of two famous projects which are works on progess.
More information: www.overtheriverinfo.com
The second project Christo works on is a huge installation in Abu Dhabi. The planning startet in 1977. Christo's Mastaba is going to be the biggest sculpture of all time. It will be made of 410.000 oil drums of different colours. They produce a mosaic – and this is meant to referer to the Islamic architecture and culture.
Because of our longtime cooperation with Christo and once Jeanne-Claude, we can offer an inspiring selection of Christo's works of art.
Explore now! Our original collages •limited photographs • wrapped objects • unique drawings • handsigned prints
Christo's latest collage!
»Wrapped Automobile, Project for Studebaker«, collage, handsigned and numbered
There are many ways we are connected to Christo and his highly cherished late wife Jeanne-Claude: over three decades of publishing work, projects, exhibitions, travelling and lectures.
And most of all: the love for the arts – connected to the joy about life.