Gate of Central Park in New York City

Central Park – the same vista of Manhattan and New York, as well as the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State building. Walk Paradise Central Park after staying in glass and steel jungle means breath of fresh air. February 12, 2005 This walk was even more lush and enthusiastically approached the 7500 "gate" height of 16 feet with a bright orange cloth that is flowing in the wind 7 feet above you. If the fabric is swung and rustled, it hid the city from you, and made noise from taxis and ambulances to stop briefly. After all, at that point you were part of something larger than a city park or yourself; for a moment you were part of the art Kryshta and Jeanne-Claude.

Kryshta and Jeanne-Claude are known for their multiple large works with fabric and the natural world. Husband and wife – a classically educated and trained artists on & # 39; united as partners in art and in life in 1960. Since the first collaboration in 1961, they continued to spread his ideas of tissue around the world. Some of their most famous works were "Running Fence", which spreads over 24 miles from the California countryside and "surrounded islands" if the bays Biscayne, Miami was wrapped in blue cloth. Their art is done on a very large scale, and can be seen at the international level, so that the majority of people see it. Like many beautiful things in life, such as flowers of spring or autumn leaves, you should see them when they are there, or they will disappear forever. Christo and Jeanne-Claude are currently working on a project to wrap or create a ceiling on the Arizona River in Colorado. It is expected that this project will be completed in late 2008. The pair brought up her son and lived in New York since 1964.

Because they are the inhabitants of this wonderfully eclectic American city, they wanted to show their love and appreciation for it. They were asked to do a project for the city and for many years, but their ideas were rejected. When they offered a "Gate" in 2004, they received permission to happiness. This project gave many New Yorkers to work on establishing and removing a masterpiece, as well as the opportunity to be part of this pair of skillful gratitude. February 27, 2005 New Yorkers left the natural green landscape of the park and the memories of the course under the autumn plyaskayuchymi gate.