British sculptor, Jason de Caires Taylor created the world’s first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, West Indies.
The stunning underwater gallery, containing 65 sculptures, is designed to change with the ocean environment and
create artificial reefs for marine life to inhabit.
The West Indies Sculpture Park, spread across 800m2 (8,600sq.ft) of Moliniere Bay, depicts the Grenadian people
and their history through haunting figurines.
Currently, Jason de Caires Taylor is working on a 400 sculpture underwater gallery within the National Marine Park
of Cancun in Mexico. The installations, designed to form artificial reef structures, will include over 400 figurative pieces.
La Evolución Silenciosa (The Silent Evolution) will include both contemporary and Mayan narratives and incorporate
the use of live propagated coral within the structures.