The New York Times witnesses The Gate: Not the Idea of the Thing but the Thing Itself, a guerrilla performance by BHQF in 2005:

Approaching the Rachel Marie on its starboard side was a small motorboat, affixed to which was a replica of one of the saffron-colored gates created by Christo and Jeanne-Claude that dotted Central Park last winter. Captain Henry remembered “The Gates” and, putting two and two together, he worried that maybe the man in the motorboat was planning on boarding his little version of Central Park and planting a gate somewhere among the trees.

Image via Alice Gregory at Idiom

The New York Times witnesses The Gate: Not the Idea of the Thing but the Thing Itself, a guerrilla performance by BHQF in 2005:

Approaching the Rachel Marie on its starboard side was a small motorboat, affixed to which was a replica of one of the saffron-colored gates created by Christo and Jeanne-Claude that dotted Central Park last winter. Captain Henry remembered “The Gates” and, putting two and two together, he worried that maybe the man in the motorboat was planning on boarding his little version of Central Park and planting a gate somewhere among the trees.

Image via Alice Gregory at Idiom