Southfield-based Park West Gallery is expanding its global footprint with the opening of a major new museum and art gallery at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
The Park West Fine Art Museum and Gallery brings a collection of art to the Las Vegas strip. The new location will host curated museum exhibitions highlighting some of the greatest artists in history while also offering collectors access to new works from today’s artists.
“Our collection at the Park West Museum and Gallery Las Vegas … (will have) everything from emerging artists to one-of-a-kind paintings by Renoir, Chagall, Picasso, and more,” says Albert Scaglione, founder and CEO of Park West. “There’s no charge for admission, and we can’t wait for tourists and locals alike to experience these fantastic works of art in person.”
The museum will showcase nearly 1,000 works every day. The gallery collection includes artwork that ranges in price from a few hundred dollars to over $1 million. Visitors will encounter original masterworks created by icons including Salvador Dali, Toulouse-Lautrec, and Picasso.
Park West states it has the largest collection of Picasso’s ceramic works on display anywhere in the world. In the gallery’s for sale section, guests can browse and take home original works by artists such as Peter Max, Mark Kostabi, Nano Lopez, Kre8, or Las Vegas native Michael Godard.
Since 1969, Park West Gallery has introduced collecting art at luxury travel destinations around the globe to 3 million customers.
“We love Las Vegas, and Park West has been hosting events here for decades, so we’re incredibly excited to now call Vegas home,” says John Block, executive vice president of Park West.
In celebration of the opening of the Park West Fine Museum and Gallery, the location is hosting the traveling museum exhibition “From Renoir to Kostabi,” which spans centuries and highlights artwork ranging from 15th-century illuminated manuscripts to original creations by artists including Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Marcel Mouly, and Mark Kostabi.
The Park West Fine Museum and Gallery is located at The Forum Shops. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.