Art can take you to another world — and sometimes that means you actually have to put on an oxygen tank. These underwater artworks and galleries are the closest you'll get to experiencing art on an alien planet.

An underwater art gallery of Andreas Franke, on the sunken USS General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, sunk off Fort Myers Beach in 2012 to serve as an artificial reef

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The Silent Evolution, by Jason deCaires Taylor, Isla Mujeres, Mexico

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Inertia, Punta Nizuc, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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An exhibition on SS Stavronikita, a wreck of a Greek freighter off Barbados, with the photos of Andreas Franke

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Viccisitudes, Grenada, West Indies, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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Anthropocene, Isla Mujeres, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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Artworks on USS Mohawk, an exhibition of Andreas Franke

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Six works of BJ Price, 13 ft (4 m) underwater, on Queensland's Great Barrier Reef

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The Lost Correspondent, Grenada, West Indies, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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The Last Supper, Punta Nizuc, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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Holy Man, Punta Nizuc, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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The Dream Collector, Isla Mujeres, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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Banker, Isla Mujeres, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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Un-Still Life, Grenada, West Indies, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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The Gardener, Punta Nizuc, Mexico, by Jason deCaires Taylor

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