6 New Underwater Sculpture Museum Photos

British sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor just sent us new photos of the underwater museum in the National Marine Park of Cancun. In November, his installation, called The Silent Evolution, opened to the public and became the largest underwater artificial art attraction in the world.

We watched as he submerged over 400 sculptures into the sea and now 6 months later, we get to witness their evolution.

Interesting fact: The vast gathering of people aims to define a new era of living in a symbiotic relationship with nature.

Is visiting this underwater museum on your bucket list? (I know it's on mine!)

Underwater Sculpture Museum

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Comment by sAm on March 14, 2011 at 6:23pm
Amazing work as always. Would definitely love to see this in person someday.
Comment by Eugene on March 13, 2011 at 9:20pm
One of the coolest exhibitions of all time!
Comment by Wendy Campbell on March 13, 2011 at 10:12am
Mind blowing as usual! I just noticed on de Caires Taylor's facebook page that he is taking on 2 artistic assistants on his current project in Mexico. Would love to be in on that. Check it out:

Comment by Ivelin on March 12, 2011 at 12:20pm
yet another amazing post, thank you.

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