Art underwater: The Silent Evolution

The artwork of Jason deCaires Taylor is unique.
It shows all the natural environment where they develop their work exploring the relationship between art and environment.
This artist who grew up in Europe and Asia, and I spend more time growing up in the coral reefs of Malaysia hits us with some new photographs of statues carved in concrete. These are immersed in Isla Mujeres in the Mexican Caribbean, to nine feet deep.

Art underwater: The Silent Evolution

Art underwater: The Silent Evolution

Art underwater: The Silent Evolution

Art underwater: The Silent Evolution

Art underwater: The Silent Evolution

Art underwater: The Silent Evolution
These photographs were published on December 15, 2010.
You can find the rest of the gallery at: http://www.underwatersculpture.com.
The source of the images was your facebook page: Jason Taylor deCaires

Update
Video documentry detailing the changes to the Silent Evolution installation including unseen footage of the process behind Jason deCaires Taylor works.
Thank to @EclecticRecipes, for shared this video.

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