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Description Fulcrum (1987) by Richard Serra, is a site specific sculpture commissioned for the west entrance to Liverpool Street station in the Broadgate complex. The sculpture is 55 ft (16.8 m) high, and constructed from five plates of Cor-ten steel which intentionally have rusted to add patina to the surfaces. Although each plate weighs many tons, the sculpture is free-standing with the plates leaning against each other at the top. (Keywords: Richard Serra, modern sculpture, cor-ten steel)
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Date 17 August 2005
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Author Andrew Dunn

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