Take a break from the hustle-bustle of Las Vegas to explore the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, a rotating collection of artwork from major museums and private collections around the world. Located inside the Bellagio Hotel and Casino, the gallery has showcased works from artists including Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet. This gallery makes it easy to inject a little culture into your Vegas vacation.
With your admission ticket, enter the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art anytime during its open hours. Located within the Bellagio Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, the elegant gallery provides a convenient break from the city's many other diversions. Open since 1998, the gallery has hosted exhibits that have included masterworks by Claude Monet, celebrity portraits by Andy Warhol, ceramics by Pablo Picasso and lovely creations by Fabergé. The current exhibition, 'Picasso – Creatures & Creativity' will focus on Pablo Picasso’s favorite theme: the human figure. The exhibition will take you on a step-by-step journey through the famed Spanish artist’s creative process, providing insights into his painting and printmaking methods.You can explore the exhibit at your leisure, and be sure to check out other creative works at the Bellagio, such as the artwork in the Picasso restaurant by the eatery's namesake himself and the dazzlingly colorful Dale Chihuly sculpture on the ceiling of the hotel's lobby.Between November 17, 2018 and April 28, 2019, the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art will be hosting 2 new exhibits by renowned Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. The first - Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity is a room of infinite, shimmering lights. Guests step into an enclosed room to become immersed, as an array of lights ignite a delicate mirage mirrored on every surface representing the eternal cycle of life over the span of just under a minute. The second installation, Narcissus Garden is comprised of 750 stainless steel silver globes that create an infinite lake that distorts images of reality reflected on the surface of the 12-inch orbs.Please note: This is a light sensitive exhibit. These installations may trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy