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Answer to last week's puzzle, after the jump.
Last week's picture shows a distinctive piece of art at Seattle Center:
The work, Olympic Iliad, is by Russian-American editor, publisher and artist Alexander Liberman:
Alexander Liberman's largest sculpture, Olympic Iliad, is a monuental agglomeration of steel cylinders located on the lawn surrounding the Space Needle. Liberman, known for his use of industrially manufactured materials, used giant steel cylinders cut at varying angles and lengths, painted them an industrial red and assembled them to form an immense structure than one can walk around and underneath. A similar artwork of Liberman's, Iliad, can be found at the Storm King Art Center in Mountainville, New York.
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