American artist and sculptor Christo died at the age of 84 years. The artist, known for his works in which “packaged” different objects — from a typewriter to the Reichstag and the whole of the sea coast. This fall, he was wrapped in a polypropylene film of the arc de Triomphe in Paris. “Christ lived his life fully, not just coming up with something that seemed impossible, but being aware of it. The work of Christo and Jeanne-Claude (wife of the artist .—“B”) United the people to exchange experiences around the world, and their works live on in our hearts and memories,” reads the official statement of the office of the artist published on his page in Facebook.Christo died in his apartment in new York. The message about the death of the artist ends with a line from his letter in 1958: “Beauty, science and art will always win”.Avachev Hristo was born in Bulgaria on 13 June 1935. In the years 1952-1956 he studied at the Sofia Academy of fine arts. Lived and worked in Prague, Paris. In 1964 he moved to new York, where he married Jeanne-Claude de Gibon. Known artist brought his collaboration with his wife. Jeanne-Claude de Gibon died in 2009 from complications related to a brain aneurysm.The latest work of the artist — in the material “Kommersant FM” “”Christo wrap the arch in the film””.