Art meets inlet in Brazilian alfresco museum


BRUMADINHO, MINAS GERAIS, Brazil – Paintings, sculptures and art installations widespread via a 250-acre garden in Brazil’s southeast make adult a sensuous landscape of Inhotim, one of a largest alfresco museums in a world.

Designed by Brazilian landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx, Inhotim is home to one of a world’s biggest contemporary art collections.

On arrangement are some-more than 500 works by artists such as Anish Kapoor, Matthew Barney and Brazilians Vik Muniz, Helio Oticica and Tunga.


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