Imagine Exhibitions Gallery
Imagine Exhibitions partnered with The Venetian® in this stunning 6,800 square foot gallery to present the Las Vegas community, as well as its many visitors, a variety of beautiful, educational, and entertaining traveling exhibitions. Originally, the Guggenheim Hermitage Museum, the space sat empty for many years until Imagine Exhibitions revitalized the venue itself and managed all aspects of exhibition design, operations, retail, and management to create a thriving culturally significant Las Vegas attraction. The Imagine Exhibitions Gallery opened in June of 2012 with Da Vinci – The Genius, and most recently hosted 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic through March 2, 2014.
Now featuring Da Vinci The Exhibition
Closed January 15, 2015 STAY TUNED FOR A NEW EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENT SOON!
Developed by Aurea Exhibitions and produced by Imagine Exhibitions, Inc., Da Vinci The Exhibition is a hands-on examination of Da Vinci’s life, research and art. Featuring more than 65 fully built, life-sized inventions, more than 20 fine art studies and dozens of stunning displays, guests will learn the complex beginnings and lifetime achievements of da Vinci through his discoveries in art, engineering, flight, hydraulics, music, light and more.
Throughout the exhibition’s themed galleries, visitors will discover the breadth and scope of da Vinci’s incredibly advanced understanding of science, mathematics, nature, and the relationship between the three. The artist’s intricate designs and extraordinary early concepts are spotlighted, including his design for the helicopter, tank, SCUBA, crane, clock, submarine and his plan for a modern city. Additionally, various multimedia experiences and documentary presentations throughout the space will provide a multitude of supplementary information on da Vinci’s discoveries and creative process.
In addition to da Vinci’s role as an inventor, the exhibition investigates a collection of da Vinci’s most renowned paintings, including some controversial works traditionally attributed to him, but not yet authenticated. Guests will have the opportunity to thoroughly study the artistic mastery behind such works as “Mona Lisa,”“The Last Supper,”“Portrait of a Young Man,”“Virgin of the Rocks,”“St. John the Baptist” and more.
Closed January 15, 2015 - STAY TUNED FOR A NEW EXHIBITION ANNOUNCEMENT SOON!
Do you have an exhibition you think might be a perfect fit for the Imagine Exhibitions Gallery? If so, please contact Debbie Donohue.