Christo's 'Gates' Open in Central Park New York's Central Park houses a new exhibit by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, the husband-and-wife team who first dazzled the art world in the 1960s with their massive works. Saturday, saffron-colored drapes dropped over 7,500 gates that line Central Park's 23-mile footpath.

Goodbye to 'The Gates'

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Christo Does Central Park

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Central Park's Bright New Clothes

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Miles-Long Christo Art Exhibit to Open in Central Park

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Christo's 'Gates:' Preparing for a Short Stay

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