Artexpo Las Vegas 2018 Opening Day Recap
What a day! We officially launched the inaugural Artexpo Las Vegas with our Opening Day Reception yesterday and already we’ve seen so many artworks find new homes—and hotels and hospitals and galleries and spas and department stores. From the Opening Day Reception to the unveiling of work from over 50 galleries and artists from around the world, everything about the show’s opening spelled success.
Renowned artist Fredrick Prescott placed a $28,000 piece from his animated collection of kinetic sculpture. Julie Brookman of Opus Art Collective negotiated an impressive deal for multiple pieces. Jeffrey Bisaillon delighted buyers with his large-scale abstracts on exhibit in the Las Vegas Market restaurant Eat and the International Buyers Lounge.
Aside from bringing original high-end art to the Las Vegas Market, Redwood Media Group added its signature show programming to the lineup, including the Spotlight Program, Topics & Trends education seminars, Meet the Artist events, and more. For the next three days, you’ll be able to catch stunning artwork and special events in Pavilion 2. Check out the full show schedule for all the details so you can plan your visit.
If you didn’t make it to Pavilion 2 yet, don’t worry. With over 50 international galleries and artists and thousands of true originals, there’s still plenty of time to get your hands on those instant investment pieces that your clients won’t see in anyone else’s home.
Just getting your trip to Las Vegas Market started? Kick it off in style at Art After Dark tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. Featuring fine art, complimentary cocktails, the hottest tracks from Las Vegas’ DJ Don Wellington, and live demonstrations by renowned artists, Art After Dark coincides with Las Vegas Market’s Cash & Carry Shopping Spree in all of Pavilion 2.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the trends that are influencing consumer purchases, discover new ways to grow your business, and enjoy the ultimate shopping experience. Check out the highlights so far, then come see for yourself!