MEXICO (2013)— Jason deCaires Taylor  revealed his final sculptures for MUSA (Museo Subacuático de Arte), a long-term project devoted to diverting underwater tourist traffic away from delicate coral reefs. Designed as a tour of Mexico’s Punta Nizuc reef system in the waters of Cancún, his contributions now total 510 permanent sculptures made from live transplanted coral, and visible from glass sided semi submersibles. Immersed in the Mexican project since 2009, Taylor has shifted his workroom back to Europe and is diving into commissions.

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