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Artist Anish Kapoor has unveiled the world's biggest sculpture at Tate Modern on London's South Bank. The 35 x 155m structure is designed to fill the whole of the building's inner atrium. The scheme - put together in cooperation with engineer Arup - is made of three enormous steel rings connected by a single span of specially treated 'skincoloured'PVC.

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