In 1984, environmental artist Christo Javacheff and his wife Jeanne-Claude Denat de Guillebon finally managed to convince the mayor of Paris (Jacques Chirac) to allow a major public art display, which involved draping the Pont de Neuf bridge with fabric (“like a 2nd skin”). This temporary display lasted 14 days, and raised a number of eyebrows among onlookers — pointing to questions of “what is art?” and “why did those crazy artists do this?”.
- The rising tide of Charm-bracelet art? Jeff Koons’s Puppy versus Serra’s Tilted Arc
- Sarah en decembre
- Shelley & Jason
- Winter is coming
- Shelley. School’s in.
- Heath on Labour Day
- Kristen, Old Home Week in PEI
- Destroying symbols of evil, and praying for peace & tolerance…public art as flashpoint
- What to do with a prize-winning cow on stilts that gives no milk?!
- Sandi on a rainy Sunday
- Sarah in July
- locations of Henry Moore works worldwide
- works by Antoni Tapies
- works by Banksy (UK graffiti artist)
- works by Christo Javacheff & Jeanne-Claude (environmental artists)
- works by Eduardo Chillida
- works by Frank Gehry (Barcelona fish)
- works by Henry Moore
- works by Joan Miro
- works by Picasso
- works by Richard Serra
- works by Shepard Fairey (Obey Giant and Obama Progress)
- works by Yaakov Agam