By Georgia Grimond, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Sitting atop a lush and expansive plateau about an hour’s drive south-west of Belo Horizonte is one of Brazil’s best-kept secrets. Inhotim - pronounced In-yo-tcheen and named after a former owner Senhor Tim - is an extensive contemporary art collection spread among 5,000 acres of woodland, wilderness and botanical gardens.
Founded in the 1980s by former mining magnate, Bernardo Paz, Inhotim was originally a home for his private art collection. In 2006 however Paz opened . . .