- The Surrounded Islands. The artists surrounded several islands in Biscayne Bay, Florida with floating pink fabric.
- The Pont Neuf Wrapped. The artists wrapped the Pont Neuf bridge in Paris with silky fabric.
- The Umbrellas. The artists dotted two landscapes with 3,100 enormous cloth umbrellas. Gold umbrellas were placed in a valley in Ibaraki, Japan. Blue umbrellas were placed in a valley in California.
If these grand installations seem just a bit too grandiose, you might enjoy viewing a light-hearted spoof of the Central Park Gates, created by Geoff Hargadon in his Massachusetts home. Hargadon calls his miniature installation The Somerville Gates.
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The Central Park Gates: Were they art, architecture... or trash? You tell us!