There’s Something Incredibly Unique About This Art Gallery That Just Opened In Florida

A sunken ship used as an artificial reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary has found yet another purpose, as it was transformed into an underwater art exhibit last weekend. The chosen location is the world’s second largest artificial reef, the Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, which lies 140 feet below the surface, seven miles south of Key West. The result is an art gallery like nothing we’ve seen before, where the “gallery” becomes a fascinating part of the experience:

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Photo: Joe Berg/Florida Keys News Bureau via AP

Source: Wall Street Journal via YouTube

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