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The Forum Shops at Caesars the largest privately-owned fine art gallery

Over $50 Million of Art Available to Collectors, Including Rare Warhol Marilyn and Mao Suites; Original and Unique Picasso works, Chagall, Rembrandt and more. Multi-Million Dollar Alexander Calder Mobile and sculpture “Spiral,” along with Rodin’s “The Thinker” Centerpieces of Gallery.

24.05.2013 12:12 |  Jeff Wagner Agency | 

The Forum Shops at Caesars has been home to many firsts in Las Vegas, and now it offers the Las Vegas visitor the largest privately-owned fine art gallery in the world…Martin Lawrence Galleries (MLG), Las Vegas. This spectacular 26,000 square foot showcase is open to the public and offers artworks at every level of price and experience, including 20th Century masters and 21st Century stars. The gallery features the rare and the sublime; from literally hundreds of artworks from Andy Warhol to the multi-million dollar Alexander Calder mobile “Les trois barres” that has been showcased in Turin, Italy, at Lincoln Center in New York City and The Tampa Museum of Art.

Numerous works by Picasso are always on display. The gallery is also home to the brilliant imagery and sculptural works of Erté, the father of Art Deco, Joan Miro, Roy Lichtenstein and the artworks of today’s finest artists, including Liudmila Kondakova, Robert Deyber, Philippe Bertho, Felix Mas, Kerry Hallam, François Fressnier, Douglas Hofmann, Takashi Murakami, Rene Lalonde, Mark Kostabi, and Ali Golkar among a select group.

The Martin Lawrence Galleries in Las Vegas also features a collection of the most impressive and distinctive Warhol Suites to ever be assembled in a single location. Warhol aficionados will find an unprecedented collection of his iconic work, including Warhol’s Marilyns, Maos, Jaggers, Cowboys and Indians, Electric Chairs, Flowers, and Ads. In order to best appreciate the magnificent work currently exhibited, VIP viewing rooms have been added to other private viewing rooms, affording clients and guests at all levels of interest the opportunity to observe and enjoy the artwork in its very best light.

“We have redefined the gallery experience,” notes gallery director, Stacie Goulet. “We wanted to offer Las Vegas residents and visitors alike the opportunity to acquire from our extensive and unprecedented collection. And Martin Lawrence stands behind the authenticity and condition of each and every work of fine art - regardless of price. We simply would have it no other way.”

Added Eric Dannemann, President of the Martin Lawrence Galleries, “Over the past 15 years, we have loaned nearly 250 different artworks by 16 different artists-including works by Picasso, Chagall, Magritte, Calder, Warhol, Francis – to 32 different museums around the world. With our new gallery in Las Vegas, we can share these treasures, created by artistic greats, with the millions of people who visit Las Vegas each year.” He continued, “Our goal at The Forum Shops was to build something much more distinctive and unique than just another art gallery. Rather, we have created a one-of-a-kind entertainment and cultural experience for art lovers and art novices alike – it is a gallery, museum and event space which can be toured and enjoyed by all. We look forward to hosting special events where we will showcase this amazing art collection and combine it with music, fashion and culinary experiences.”

Upcoming events at the Martin Lawrence Galleries inside The Forum Shops include a June 2013 spotlight on the amazing works of Takashi Murakami. The month long events showcases a large collection of works by one of the world’s most fascinating contemporary artists. On June 22, Gallery Director Stacie Goulet will be on hand to speak about the artist, his technique and his importance in the contemporary art world.

On Saturday, July 20, Martin Lawrence Galleries hosts its second annual Art Of event. This year the focus is on the Art of Fashion. Tickets are just $25 and Martin Lawrence Galleries will donate 100% of the ticket price to support the life-saving work of UMC’s Trauma and Burn Care Center, Nevada’s only Level 1 trauma facility.

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