Mallorca’s seabed was changed into an underwater gallery for a few days last June. Czech artist Vlastimil Beranek and his team lowered seven heavy Bohemiam crystal sculptures onto the sand and watched how the light changed the colours of the sculptures.
In what was a world’s first for Bohemian crystal, an underwater exhibition of renowned artist Vlastimil Beranek’s sculptures was organised in Mallorca by newly founded gallery ARTSiO, in collaboration with Crystal Caviar.
Seven heavy glass sculptures, each weighing up to 100 kg, were lowered onto the Mallorcan seabed using boat ropes and winches near Punta Negra. Divers could circle and swim alongside the glass artworks and see how underwater light changes the sculptures and how the sculptures change the lights.
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