American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Christo Originally Christo Vladimirov Javacheff. Born 1935. Bulgarian-born American sculptor and experimental artist best known for wrapping objects, especially large-scale items such as whole buildings, in fabric.
“Next to Osama bin Laden, Christo is hardly a footnote.”
“I called Christo again and was told that his personal ban on modern telecommunications was still in place.”
“Narr in Christo Emanuel Quint you say: «It is impossible to uncover the necessary course of a human life in all its stages, if only because every human being is something unique from beginning to end and because the observer can comprehend his object only within the limits of his own nature. »”
“• If you don't know the name Christo, read on: Christo was the work name of a dynamic husband-and-wife art duo.”
“There are bon mots, too, from "Christo" - "A garden should be thick with incident".”
“The husband-wife artists known as Christo and Jeanne-Claude -- responsible for beautiful, temporary works of art such as Valley Curtain and The Gates in Central Park -- were divided on November 18, 2009, when Jeanne-Claude died at age 74 as the result of a brain aneurysm.”
“The main opposition group, Rags Over The Arkansas River, calls Christo an eco-terrorist.”
“Sadly, that last statement written in 1999 could not have foreseen the taking over of our government by what Marc Maron calls the Christo-fascist Zombie Brigade.”
“Another called Christo and Jeanne-Claude's creation an "act of cultural dictatorship”
“French Open boys 'doubles champion Christoper Benjamin Rungkat, better known as Christo, opened the scoring for Jakarta with a 6-4, 6-4 defeat of Davis Cup teammate Sunu Wahyu Trijati.”
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