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Park West Fine Art Museum opens at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas

Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery has opened at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, with an inside look shared by Fox 5 Las Vegas.

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Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery, which features contemporary and classic art, can be found within the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip.

Fox 5 Las Vegas shared tour footage, which you can watch below, showcasing the range of art available at Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery, including ceramics by Pablo Picasso.

“We have been knocked out by the attention we’ve been receiving from the Las Vegas media,” said Park West Founder and CEO, Albert Scaglione.

“People are really excited about having a new art museum on the Strip.”

Attracting visitors to the Las Vegas Strip

John Block, Park West’s Executive Vice President, said the new museum wants to reach “a whole new group of people… maybe they’re on the way to the casino or out to a great dinner, or just doing some shopping”.

He said this gives visitors “a chance to interact with Picasso and Dali and Chagall and Rembrandt”, and added: “We have 500-year-old Renaissance masterpieces in the building right now.”

Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery boasts nearly 1,000 works from famous artists, including Salvador Dali, Toulouse-Lautrec, Peter Max, Mark Kostabi, and Nano Lopez.

During an interview with iHeartRadio, Scaglione said the location at Caesars Palace is already witnessing strong foot traffic and sales.

Museum to reach “a whole new group of people”

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“We’re surrounded by the best brands in the world,” he said. “We had some of our neighbors come over and tell John Block that they were happy to ‘finally get some real class in the neighborhood’.”

Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery is currently hosting the traveling museum exhibition ‘From Renoir to Kostabi’. It includes artworks by Marc Chagall and Marcel Mouly.

Elsewhere, the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) has opened in Nashville, Tennessee.

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A journalist specialising in entertainment and attractions, Bea loves theme parks (mainly Disney) and is particularly interested in things of a gothic, horror or fantasy nature.

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