Ordinarily we hear of artist trying to make art more accessible to the public, but this one time an artist has purposely placed his work in an out-of-the-way place.
After diving to view the world's second largest artificial reef in 2010, artist Andreas Franke decided to turn the artificial reef - a sunken ship - into an underwater art gallery.
The artist took photos of the landscape inside the Vandenberg, documenting the day to day scenes aboard the 523 foot long ship. He then added people to these scenes, bringing a new form of life to the underwater stage.
The Vandenberg military ship is located 100 feet below the surface in the Florida Keys National Marine Sancturary, about seven miles south of Key West.
The exhibit features 12 photographs encased in watertight plexiglass and attached to the side of the Vandenberg with strong magnets, ensuring that there will be no damage when the pictures are removed.
Divers who want to visit the exhibition are able to charter boats from Key west to take them to the Vandenberg Site. The peaceful scenes depicted in the exhibition are made even more surreal by the environment in which they sit.