France: An Eco-Museum Immerses Between Two Islands Near Cannes.

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Here it is, the last of the six sculptures created by the internationally known British artist John DeCaires Taylor has just reached the Cannes seabed.‌
‌‌To see them, you will have to put your towel on the Grand-Jardin beach on Île Sainte-Marguerite, put on your mask, swim a few dozen meters and dive (3 to 4 meters).‌

‌The six sculptures are masks made from casts of faces from Cannes. ‌

Made in an ecological material, the statues will be conducive to the return of the underwater fauna and flora which will gradually reinvest the area around the works sanctuary for swimming and greatly enlarged for the occasion.‌