Christo

[kris-toh]

Christo-

  1. a combining form representing Christ in compound words: Christophany.

Origin of Christo-

see origin at Christ, -o-
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Contemporary Examples of christo

  • I remember being with Christo and Jeanne-Claude when they were doing Running Fence in Sonoma County, Northern California.

  • Yet even today, the small-scale sculptural objects in most museum collections are cataloged under one name only: Christo.

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    Why the Art World Ignores Wives

    Jessica Dawson

    March 17, 2014

  • What, Christo, is the meaning of this: “Cousin Brent has a razor-sharp mind and a greyhound-quick tongue….”

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    The Buckley Family Feud

    Brent Bozell III

    February 22, 2010

  • I think your dad would have felt right at home, had he been there, Christo, I really do.

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    The Buckley Family Feud

    Brent Bozell III

    February 22, 2010

  • Some years later, though, he did concede that, compared to fresh art horrors coming to his attention, “Christo is Tintoretto.”

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    Remembering Jeanne-Claude

    Anthony Haden-Guest

    November 26, 2009

Historical Examples of christo


British Dictionary definitions for christo

Christo

noun
  1. full name Christo Javacheff. born 1935, US artist, born in Bulgaria; best known for works in which he wraps buildings, monuments, or natural features in canvas or plastic

Christo-

combining form
  1. indicating or relating to ChristChristology
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