The Silent Evolution: A Coral Reef Sculpture

The Silent Evolution: A Coral Reef Sculpture


The new installation currently in progress by Jason deCaires Taylor, is installed in The national marine park of Cancun/ Isla Mujeres, Mexico. 400 life size Statues casted from local members of the community to form an artificial reef.

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Artist Jason deCaires Taylor recently completed work on one of the most surreal and awe-inspiring artificial reefs I’ve seen…

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Grenada, Museo Subacuatico Del Arte, off the coast of Cancún. Photo courtesy of: ©Jason deCaires Taylor

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