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Dramatic New Underwater Statues by Jason deCaires Taylor

More than 450 figurative sculptures have been installed in the underwater Museo Subacuatico de Arte since British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor co-founded it back in 2009 off the coast of Cancun, Mexico.

A look at tons of the different Underwater Sculptures Of Jason deCaires Taylor in various places, accompanied by the artist's own text.

Underwater sculpture garden - Silent Evolution - created by renowned sculptor Jason de Caires Taylor, Cancun, Isla Mujeres

african americans - husband consoles wife at the auction block

Freedmen Memorial Cemetery by Artist and Sculptor David Newton. This historic and state landmark memorial features figures cast in bronze by artist David Newton. Here - Husband consoles wife at the auction block.

Underwater Ruins Of Egyptians, Alexandria’s Sea

This looks like underwater ruins of Egyptians in the Alexandria's sea, but it is modern art from an underwater museum in Mexico. The statue is called "Herencia (Inheritance)" and "stands" in the depth of 4 m in Punta Nizuc, Cancun, Mexico


The Hidden City - The Journey to the bottom of the ocean.Scientists have discovered hidden underwater traces of a city that existed at Alexandria at least seven centuries before Alexander the Great arrived. Amazing , isn't it.

Grenada underwater memorial to the many slaves thrown overboard and who committed suicide rather than be enslaved.

Granada Underwater sculpture honoring Africans thrown overboard from the slaveships during the Middle Passage of the African Holacaust.

The organizing committee of the 1939 New York World’s Fair commissioned Augusta Savage’s 16-foot-tall painted plaster sculpture, Lift Every Voice and Sing, to be displayed on the fairgrounds. Savage titled the piece after James Weldon and Rosamund Johnson’s song of the same name, a song so important in African-American communities that it was often called the “National Negro Anthem.”

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" sculpture designed by Harlem Renaissance artist Augusta Savage for 1939 World's Fair. As a temporary installation it was destroyed at close of fair.

The Infamous Willie Lynch Letter- American History most don't know about.

let me know the truth if you know. The Infamous Willie Lynch Letter- American History most don't know about.