Christo and Jeanne-Claude, born on June 13, 1935, in Bulgaria and Morocco respectively, were a renowned artist duo known for their monumental environmental installations. The couple collaborated on large-scale, site-specific projects that transformed landscapes and urban spaces, often wrapping iconic structures and natural elements in fabric. Their works, such as “Wrapped Reichstag” in Berlin and “The Gates” in New York City’s Central Park, were characterized by their temporary nature and the extensive planning and community involvement required for their execution. Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s art emphasized the aesthetic experience of space and the relationship between the built environment and nature. Their ambitious projects, often years in the making, challenged conventional boundaries of art and left lasting impressions on viewers worldwide. They passed away in 2009 and 2020, respectively, but their legacy continues to inspire and provoke discussions about the nature of art and public space.