A new Florida art installation is taking viewers to a new locale: the bottom of the sea. Visitors at the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary can now inspect an underwater gallery of 12 photo illustrations mounted on the sunken remains of a WWII-era ship in the midst of the world’s second largest artificial reef, provided they’re willing to make the 90-foot dive.
This art gallery requires a wetsuit
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