In Paris, thousands of people are scattered around the Arc de Triomphe, near the famous war memorial and to get up in person wrapped in a blue-blue fabric.
The Charles de Gaulle Etile, a busy traffic hub in general, was closed to pedestrians – who needed a health pass – and who were able to touch the مل 14 million installation.
To make the artwork a reality, about 25,000 square meters of recycled polypropylene fabric has been tied with 3,000 meters of rope.
Born in Bulgaria, Christopher was working on a project when he died in New York in May 2020 at the age of 84.
Fully self-financed, the artwork will be on display until October 3.