Broad St. Green - Sculpture Garden
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The Seattle Center landscape is dotted with art and architectual works that together form urban vistas of mixed form and scale. The Sculpture Garden is framed by the retro-futuristic backdrop of the Space Needle and the post-modern Experience Music Project building.
The Sculpture Garden is made up of four unique pieces.
Ronald Bladen's Black Lightning, a black-painted steel sculpture currently sited in the Sculpture Garden southeast of the Space Needle.
Alexander Liberman's Olympic Iliad, orange-red painted steel sculpture, installed in 1984 on the lawn southwest from the Space Needle.
Doris Chase's Moon Gates, a bronze sculpture of three parts, located in the Sculpture Garden just south of the Space Needle. Installed in 1999.
Tony Smith's Moses, a black-painted steel sculpture located just northeast of the base of the Space Needle. It has been on the Center's grounds since 1975.
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