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Insolite : Le plus grand musée sous-marin du monde à Cancun

Located in Grenada’s Moilinere Bay, Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures are a momument created to pay homage to the hundreds of slaves that sought freedom or were forced to jump overboard slave ships travelling through the Middle Passage from West Africa to the Americas and the Caribbean.

The Silent Evolution, Underwater Art Museum, Cancun/Isla Mujeres, Mexico by Jason DeCaires Taylor

Los fondos marinos de Lanzarote albergan las primeras 30 esculturas de un total de 300 que formarán parte del primer museo subacuático de Europa.

Eerie Underwater Assemblies (UPDATE) Taylor's 'Silent Evolution' Reveals a Pelagic Population

Art and environmental activism often go hand in hand. Such is the case with Jason deCaires Taylor’s incredible aquatic sculptures that seek to celebrate and protect the amazing underwater landscapes of our Earth. His pieces explore the symbiosis between art, nature, and man, with breathtaking installations that evolve and grow through the effects of one on another. With Earth Day having just passed us by, we wanted to commemorate this artist’s exciting union of art with the natural world…

Underwater Sculptures Celebrate Life on Earth and Protect Aquatic Ecosystems

Grenada presents 3 local artists at Venice Art Biennale in 2017: Jason de Caires Taylor, Asher Mains, Milton William. The curator is Omar Donia.

I wanna dive here! Artist Jason de Caires Taylor creates life-size cement sculptures of people and submerges them into the waters of South America

The Rubicon 14m Museo Atlantico, Lanzarote, Spain - Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor

The Rubicon Museo Atlantico, Lanzarote, Spain - Underwater Sculpture by Jason deCaires Taylor

16 Top Diving Destinations

16 Top Diving Destinations

Taste of Blue - Dive into the Caribbean Waters. Thriving on adventure you will be able to uncover the depths of the ocean with the dense blues, dazzling reflections off the beautiful creatures and plants!

Cayman Islands....just as beautiful under  the surface as it is on land......one day!

Cayman Islands: Best Travel Guide

Snorkeling at Isla Mujeres- Tatiana's Tip: the under water museum of Cancun is fun if you want to look at cool statues underwater, but I think you have to pay to dive there. You can see just as many beautiful fish anywhere near and around Manchones Reef

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