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Underwater Art Exhibit In A Sunken World War II Ship

The USS Mohawk CGC or “Mighty MO” is a warship used during the World War II. During the outbreak of the war, the Mighty MO served the naval force of United States as it bravely fought against enemy submarines. As the war ended, Mohawk had its last sale in the coast of Lee County as she served her final service where she was sunk to be a Veteran’s Memorial artificial reef.
the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke
Andreas Franke’s The Sinking World is composed of different shipwrecks that serve as unique exhibition sites for Franke’s lively and scenic superimposed photographs. In his images, his models wear clothes as if they were from the time of the World War II. Scroll down and be amazed with the Mohawk Project wherein the USS Mohawk CGC held some of Andreas’ photographs was made as a unique gallery exhibition. Come, take a peek, and enjoy.

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

the sinking world mohawk project andreas franke

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