Τρίτη, 24 Ιανουαρίου 2017

Inside Europe's first underwater museum, where climate change cannot be ignored

One of the new installations, Crossing the Rubicon, features 35 figures walking towards a gateway
in a 30m-long, 100-tonne wall. The work is illustrative of the effects of climate change, 
and humankind's tendency to ignore responsibility towards it.

Museo Atlantico, 15 metres under the sea in Lanzarote, contains 12 installation drawing attention to global issues such as climate change, conservation and migration. One of Europe’s most hotly anticipated art museums to date is now complete and open for public viewing – but visitors will need to bring a snorkel.


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