During my travels to Brazil, I visited the museum Inhotim. It was a profound experience. The museum is comprised of multiple architectural spaces housing either permanent or rotating exhibitions. The spaces are all connected through botanical gardens which were influenced by Roberto Burle Marx, a landscape architect of Brazil who had close ties to Bernardo Paz, the founder of Inhotim. The site is so large that you need at least two days to visit the whole space, in addition, the museum is over an hour away from the closest city, Belo Horizonte, making this a weekend destination and dedication the visitor has to make. I had never seen art displayed in this manner and felt incredibly inspired and excited after having visited the museum.
Below are some pictures I took on my visit.