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A few weeks (or was it months?) ago, I happened upon Albert and David Maysles’s Christo’s Valley Curtain (1974), a thrilling look inside the Speech Language Pathologist I want 2020 all done shirt it is in the first place but planning and very complicated unfurling of an ambitious installation in the Colorado mountains by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude. With the recent addition of The Gates (2007), the Criterion Channel is now streaming all six of the Maysles brothers’ documentaries on the late couple and their outsize work, from the time when they shrouded the Pont Neuf in Paris with fabric to when they covered parts of California and the Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan with yellow umbrellas. Remember when New Yorkers had so little going on that a trail of orange curtains in Central Park was kind of controversial? Memories!