I say it’s art.


If you haven’t seen the story in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer about “Stonefridge,” a replica of Stonehenge made with old refrigerators, check it out (signin name lrrfartblog, password artblog). Here’s where you can see a photo.

In another instance of the more things change, the more they remain the same, Ant Farm, in “Cadillac Ranch,” stuck junked Caddies into the desert floor back in the ’60s (see image); similar theme, similar method.

You can view “Cadillac Ranch” right now in Philadelphia at the ICA, which has a survey show about their groundbreaking (heh, heh) work. It’s upstairs from a not-to-be-missed installation by Pepon Osorio. More later.


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