the Artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff is Sunday death at the age of 84 years.
It writes multiple media, including the news agency AFP, referring to a message on an official Facebook page.
He died of natural causes in his home in New York City, according to the message.
Christo, the artist typically just called, is particularly famous for transforming the well-known buildings such as the Reichstag in Berlin by wrapping them in fabric.
Bulgareren Christo collaborated with his wife through 51 years, Jeanne-Claude, until she died in 2009.
Their great works of art could take years to prepare and were expensive to build. But they were usually short-lived and was taken down again after weeks or months.
in Order to finance their large and ambitious projects while maintaining their artistic freedom sold the pair through the years of their preparatory work, such as collages and drawings at very high prices.
- Christo lived his life fully, and dreamed not only about it, that seemed impossible, but realised it, it says in a statement from his office, according to AFP.
- Christos and Jeanne-Claude's works of art brought people together in shared experiences across the globe, and their art lives on in our hearts and memories.
In the opinion, it appears that a final project from Christo are still to be implemented. The project relates to the arc de Triomphe in Paris and goes under the name 'l'arc de Triomphe, Wrapped'.
the Project is currently to be seen from 18. september next year, after the former has been postponed.
It is the outbreak of coronavirus, which has been the reason for the deferral.