World renowned artist Christo is hoping that the tests, in a wind tunnel in Germany, will decide the final shape of the flat-topped pyramid, which will be built from more than 400,000 multi-coloured oil barrels and located deep in the sand dunes of the UAE capital's Western Region.
What does XO stand for?
XO stands for Christo (Latin: To Christ, epigraphy)
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Bulgarian-born artist Christo is planning to build the world's biggest sculpture - made out of 400,000 multi-coloured oil barrels - in the desert 161 kilometres away from Abu Dhabi, News.
Summary: Art world icon Christo on Sunday joined representatives from the New York University Abu Dhabi Institute (NYUADI) and Abu Dhabi Music and Arts Foundation (ADMAF) to launch an award for young, UAE-based artists.
Based on data from a wide variety of Christo's other projects, it's reasonable to expect 400,000 people will come see what Christo describes as a "gentle and temporary disturbance of the landscape.
Certainly, Christo is an artist, maybe even the century's greatest environmental artist, as I heard him described back in 1998, at a packed house of 500 people in Longmont, Colo.
Christo used a CT scanner to guide the placement of the needle in the patient's anterior scalene muscle in the neck.
95 Hardcover BS580 A Greek Orthodox priest and pastor in Delaware, Christo here follows up on his 2006 The Church's Identity Established through Images according to Saint John Chrysostom by looking at how Chrysostom, (347-407) the patriarch and patron saint of Constantinople, described the transmission of the holy spirit and religious authority in the first centuries of Christianity.