The Colorado Court of Appeals has rejected an appeal from a group opposing the artist Christo’s plans to drape a stretch of the Arkansas River with fabric.
Opponents of a plan by the artist Christo to hang nearly 6 miles of silvery fabric in sections over the Arkansas River say the project is still a danger to fish and visitors and they are considering an appeal after a federal judge refused to intervene.
A judge Friday shot down a lawsuit intended to stop international artist Christo’s plans to hang 1,000 luminous silvery fabric panels over the Arkansas River between Canon City and Salida.
The artist Christo took a rafting trip down the Arkansas River, the same location he has planned to make the centerpiece for his next art project.
Christo’s Over the River project cleared a legal hurdle with a judge upholding state parks officials’ approval of the project.
The push for a massive art project along the Arkansas River is facing a new lawsuit.
World-renowned artist Christo is returning to Colorado this summer for two lectures about his latest projects.
An appeals board is upholding the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to grant the artist Christo a permit for his Over the River project, which involves temporarily suspending huge fabric panels over parts of the Arkansas River in Colorado.
Construction of the proposed “Over the River” project in Colorado is on hold pending legal challenges, but artist Christo said Wednesday his team is doing other work.
The artist Christo is once again delaying the timeline for exhibiting his Over the River project amid legal challenges against agencies that have given approvals for it.