Fine Art

Get ready to revisit the Industrial Revolution and the origins of urbanization through art.

Next up at Bellagio: ‘Town and Country: from Degas to Picasso’

August 9th, 2016

Get ready to revisit the Industrial Revolution and the origins of urbanization through art.

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    Curated by Linda Alterwitz, ART + SCIENCE brings together work that makes interesting bedfellows of the two disciplines.

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    Brune’s message of gender identity and physical acceptance is back in Las Vegas, this time at the Center.

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    The untitled work, which he has taken to calling "Gato Gigante," was recently installed outside Winchester Cultural Center.

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    The seven drypoints, screenprints, lithographs and etchings on display engage familiar Heizer content, but reveal a jaunty freedom massive earthworks could never incorporate.

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    Old Masterworks live in the vernacular of Vegas Vic and the Hacienda’s Horse and Rider.

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    Nearly 100 artists and performers gathered to discuss humanity, no matter how abstractly or unintentional, through their work.

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    “We didn’t ask artists to present their works, but to present themselves."

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    Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art offers a look at the cultural, academic, scientific and political lives of significance.

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    "Bair’s skill as a scientific illustrator comes to the fore. She is a gifted draftsman."

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    What these artists have in common is ownership of talent and process-based aesthetics that yield remarkable results.

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    After 20-plus years at the Barrick, she has accepted a position as executive director of the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art in ...

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    “The whole basis of this exhibit is to foster the importance of conservation, of looking and being an active participant in the environment without destroying ...

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    The longer the viewer contemplates the works, the more they offer.

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    “Seven Magic Mountains” is a poignant work of art with a message that inspires contemplation, but with the allure of a mid-20th-century roadside attraction.

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    The colorful rock totem installation is slated to open to the public May 11.

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    The works were selected by Mary Leigh Cherry of Cherry and Martin Gallery in LA.

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    “Why should art, of all things, be free from critical dissection?”

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    From Boris to Converge, Mudhoney to Sleep, we'll help you plan your festival weekend.

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    If this pop-up event proved anything, it’s the power of 'Ye.

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    Prepare yourself for crispy oysters topped with sriracha egg salad, and kimchi tacos in scallion pancakes.

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    "Nobody judges you; you don’t have to dress up in a collared shirt. You just come and listen to music and dance."

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    In Eat the World, Emeril and fellow Vegas celebrity chef José Andrés visit modernist-cuisine godfather Ferran Adrià in Spain.

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    When BLT Burger ran its course, the Mirage recruited their Italian restaurant chef, Michael LaPlaca, to assemble a new menu.

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    “We’re just trying to provide a catalyst,” says North Las Vegas official Gina Gavan.

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    The four-time Emmy-nominated choreographer keeps busy with TV's most popular dance shows.

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    A delirious sold-out crowd and countless Canadians on live TV watched the final concert by rock band The Tragically Hip, whose lead singer and songwriter ...

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    It's an enjoyable but slightly scuzzy movie for an actor who’s free to make them.

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    Start with the cotton candy foie gras and move on to the suckling pig sandwich.

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    The veteran mainstream metal acts use both their songs and antics to creeping effect.

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    The French producer has six tracks from his debut album sitting pretty on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.