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Best Casino's Art Collections



Casinos are known for their luxurious interior filled with amazing art collections, gold accents, expensive chandeliers, flashy lights, and pure class.

After all, this makes the whole casino experience different from any other form of gambling. Nowadays, people are turning to online casinos that offer tutorials on how to play games and win prizes, like TwinSpires guide on how to win at roulette online.

However, if gambling is not the top priority to visit land based casinos anymore, they offer much more than that. They offer top class restaurants, lounges, cinema rooms and even art galleries.

Some casinos have an amazing and permanent display of art, organize breathtaking shows, and other experiences that you won’t forget.

The Combination of Art and Gambling
Casino gambling and art have held a rather strong connection throughout history. Gambling is not the subject matter for casino art collections. The art is there as an alluring addition to the ambiance.

As the competition between casinos started heating up, the importance of creating an inviting atmosphere has never been more important.

So, if you want to enjoy some art, museum collectibles, and sculptures from both established and upcoming artists, here is the list of casinos that you must visit.

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
The Bellagio is one of the most expensive hotels in Las Vegas, and there is a good reason for that. Apart from the outstanding casino that is on the top of the list for best casinos in the world, you get the chance to experience some wonderful art.

The Bellagio hotel is known for its incredible museum collectibles from all around the world that is showcased in different parts of the hotel. On top of that, they appreciate fine art to a point that they reserved part of the hotel where there are permanent art pieces from established artists.

The Bellagio is also home to an amazing exhibit that showcases the artistic renderings of Richard MacDonald, who is a sculpture known for his bronze statues of animals, dancers, and models.

Las Palmas Casino
Here we have another Las Vegas casino that recently experienced some big renovations. The company invested more than $620 million in renovations, making the casino one of the best art museums in Vegas.

Apart from the interior change, Las Palmas Casino now has millions of dollars’ worth of art on its walls, as well as dining areas, bars, cocktail lounge, and much more.

Some of the art pieces that stand out are from Jean-Michel Basquiat, Richard Prince, and Andy Warhol, making it the perfect place for art lovers to enjoy some of these masterpieces while they play at the casino.

There is also a bar named the “Unknown Bar” where you can find a sculpture built by Damien Hirst in 1999. The bar has a three-piece shark tank and a third of dissected shark floating in each section of the tank. Back in 2008, a similar art piece, only with one shark floating in a single tank sold for $15,300,000.

Aria Fine Art Collection
If you’ve ever been to Las Vegas, then you’d probably know that Arie is a work of art of its own. This beautiful resort and casino have become the first public space art collection in Las Vegas. Right through the doors of the hotel, you can spot art pieces virtually everywhere, including in lobbies, walkways, casinos, and hotel rooms.

Aria Resort and Casino also holds quite an impressive art section where you can find incredible paintings, sculptures, and elaborate installations. This section is designed in a way to make you feel a variety of emotions since it holds art pieces from different parts of the world. Some of their most impressive art pieces are from artists like Frank Stella, Richard Long, Nancy Rubins, Maya Lin, and Henry Moore.

Wynn Place Art Gallery
Last but not least, we have the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas, which is an incredible masterpiece even from a mile away. This Resort and Casino is different than other casinos in Las Vegas due to its specific Asian and Western art collection that is scattered across the entire resort.

You’ll be able to find incredible portraits including Tulips, a piece by Jeff Koons which are worth $33.6 million, as well as the Buccleuch vases from the 18th century.

So, make sure you check out the art gallery of Wynn Resort if you are passing through for an event, you won’t regret your decision.










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