Underwater Art Gallery

Underwater Art Gallery

Austrian photographer Andreas Franke transformed old sunken ship into an underwater art gallery.

Twelve photo manipulations were encased in plexiglass and mounted on the starboard side using magnets. Vandenberg military ship is located 100 feet below the surface of the Atlantic Ocean in Key West, Florida.

Underwater Art Show

Underwater Art

Andreas Franke Underwater Art Exhibit

Andreas Franke Underwater Art Show

Andreas Franke Underwater Art Gallery

Andreas Franke Underwater Art

Andreas Franke Underwater

The Vandenberg


Life Below The Surface

Underwater Gallery

Andreas Franke

Life Below The Ocean


For more inspiration, check out: Amazing Underwater Sculptures

  1. chelsea

    wow. this is actually pretty interesting. i like the little girl butterfly catching the best! i wonder how long it will be there for…

  2. Ninja Egg :D

    Wow! This is amazing! The picture with the guy with the frizzy black hair, strangely reminds me of Robert Smith from The Cure. I really like the Cinema, the girl butterfly, and the ballerinas. :D :D :D

  3. Betty

    Really like this–very cool. And, the sound down there would give the experience and extra auditory element to the exhibit.

  4. Elphi

    This is so beautiful! I love the way the art corresponds to the scenario. I might have to get over my fear of diving to see this because this is just so breathtaking! Imagine it in person!

  5. Nisa Zul

    nice… like it

  6. Joy

    i love the paintings!

  7. Mon Sun

    Really cool idea of presentation and the images are awesome!

  8. Lilia Smiles

    WOW I love it…it has this eerie and mysterious feeling but very captivating!

  9. Andre

    Love it!!!

  10. Giancarlo Marx

    Its a little lurid for me

  11. Kirvi_Inci

    These are not all that great because you can tell that they have had the images of the people shopped into them. Not all that impressed really.

  12. jacob

    incredible… something the world hasn’t seen before, well done

  13. Amy

    I’d love to see this.

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