The idea is so strange that someone was bound to think of it. For his latest exhibition, the Austrian photographer Andreas Franke has chosen the bridge of a military vessel, the General Hoyt S. Vandenberg, which has spent the last two years underwater in the Florida Keys National Maritime Sanctuary. Entited Vandenberg: Life Below the Surface, the series features twelve digital images taken a year ago inside the wreckage, since retouched by Franke, a frequent diver.
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