New Mexico town takes down 'Stonefridge' sculpture, citing safety concerns
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - Goodbye, Stonefridge. Or, if you prefer, Fridgehenge.
Officials in Santa Fe, New Mexico, say a sculpture of more than 100 old refrigerators, stacked and arranged in a ring like England's Stonehenge, was removed by the city last week. Strong wind had toppled much of the 24-metre-high, graffiti-covered structure.
City and state officials say it was a health and safety hazard.
The sculpture was created by artist Adam Horowitz nearly a decade ago.