RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Hanging from the clouds, at an altitude of 1,400 meters, emerges in Argentine Patagonia, "Bosque Tallado", a forest of 60 sculptures carved on the remains of a great forest fire, which a group of artists transformed into an open-air museum unique in the world.
The sculptor, artisan, and goldsmith Marcelo López was the driving force behind this work located on Piltriquitrón hill ("hanging from the clouds" in the Araucanian language), on the outskirts of the town of El Bolsón, in the province of Río Negro in southwest Argentina.
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