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Brazil's open-air museum Inhotim looking to move past scandal

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Brazil's Inhotim, the largest open-air museum in the world, inaugurates new exhibits 10 months after the departure of its founder Bernardo Paz, who was accused of money laundering, in a bid to move past the scandal.

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