Modern art has become so modern that it now needs to be displayed in a place few people go to…yeah, I’m talking about the bottom of the sea. In Cancun, Mexico artist Jason deCaires Taylor has an installation at the Museum of Underwater Modern Art. The “underwater” was included in the official name, so you wouldn’t get it confused with MOMA. You know, all those snorkelers, scuba divers, and tourists in glass-bottom boats would have no idea where they actually were. Sometimes happens. Today a total of 400 artificial reef sculptures ranging from depths of nine to twenty feet are floating off the coast waiting for spring breakers to take time away from their busy margarita drinking schedules and come see them.