Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art Extends Yayoi Kusama Exhibition Through June 30, 2019
As one of the most visited exhibitions in the history of, Yayoi Kusama has extended past its original end date of April 28, giving visitors from around the globe the opportunity to enjoy this unique experience through June 30, 2019.
The two installations by internationally celebrated artist Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirrored Room: Aftermath of Obliteration of Eternity and Narcissus Garden, have become must-see attractions in Las Vegas, welcoming more than 55,000 visitors since the exhibition opened in November 2018. Both installations showcase Kusama’s exploration of infinite space and offer visitors a wonderland of shimmering lights and endless reflections.
Kusama is known around the world for her installations, sculptures and paintings. Kusama’s recent achievements include being selected as one of Time magazine’s World’s Most Influential People, opening her own museum in Tokyo and being the center of a feature length documentary film KUSAMA – INFINITY.
Tickets to Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art are $15 for adults. Nevada residents, seniors 65 and older, students, teachers and military personnel can purchase for $13. Children five and younger are free. For groups of 10 or more, the gallery offers special pricing of $11 per person. Due to limited space, guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance ator at the gallery’s ticket office.
For additional information, call (702) 693-7871 or (877) 957-9777, or visit the.
About Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art
Located at the heart of the elegant Bellagio Resort & Casino, Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is Las Vegas’ premier exhibition space – where great art goes on vacation. Since opening in 1998, the gallery has presented exhibitions of artworks and objects drawn from internationally acclaimed museums and private collections, including Primal Water: An Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Art; Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection; I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali; Town and Country: From Degas to Picasso; Yousuf Karsh: Icons of the 20th Century; Picasso: Creatures and Creativity; Fabergé Revealed; and Warhol Out West.
About MGM Resorts Art & Culture
MGM Resorts Art & Culture focuses on commissioning, collecting, supporting and presenting contemporary art in and around MGM Resorts’ destinations globally. Currently the MGM Resorts Art Collection includes more than 800 pieces by over 200 artists. MGM Resorts Art & Culture was established in 2016 to encompass all of MGM Resorts’ collections and varied art-related initiatives and partnerships to develop a comprehensive, multifaceted arts program. Reflecting the company’s core values of inclusivity and diversity, MGM Resorts Art & Culture aims to create special, accessible experiences for all audiences. Each project thoughtfully considers the artist, the environment, and the overall experience, recognizing the power of art to evoke emotion, engage the senses, and spark conversation. Art is prevalent throughout MGM Resorts distinctive world-class brands including Bellagio, ARIA, Vdara, MGM Grand and Delano Las Vegas; as well as MGM National Harbor outside of D.C., MGM Springfield in Massachusetts, and internationally at MGM Macau and MGM Cotai.
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