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      A underwater museum. Divers swim near Jason de Caires Taylor’s “The Man on Fire,” one of several sculptures immersed in the sculpture garden in Cancun.

    • Chad Croft

      Underwater Museum (Cancun). This is an awesome way to make a museum interesting. School trips would have been so cool if we could go under the sea!

    • Nathali Dee

      This is a photo taken at the Underwater museum in Cancun Mexico. To show people the beauty of the reef, 1000 sculptures were installed underwater near the reef. The exhibit was created to show the interaction between art and environmental science The statues are made with special materials to promote coral life. The exhibit can be seen by either diving or snorkeling.

    • Ivonne Granda Segarra

      Museo Subacuático de Arte (underwater museum), Isla Mujeres, Mexico

    • bekah lizano

      Underwater Museum, Cancun, Jason deCaires Taylor (born 12 August 1974) is an English sculptor specialising in the creation of contemporary underwater sculptures which over time develop into artificial coral reefs.

    • Leah Thomas

      Cancun Underwater Museum: demonstrates the interaction between art and environmental science, and hopes to form a complex reef structure for marine life to colonise and inhabit using ph neutral sculpture

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