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Christo's Plans for Central Park 'Gates' on Exhibit

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Christo's Plans for Central Park 'Gates' on Exhibit

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Christo's Plans for Central Park 'Gates' on Exhibit

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An exhibition called "The Gates" opened at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art Tuesday. The exhibit includes drawings, plans and mockups of the 7,500 saffron-colored, nylon fabric "gates" that famed conceptual artist Christo and his wife, Jeanne Claude, want to install along Central Park's walkways. NPR's David D'Arcy reports.

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