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Hundreds of contemporary art works by both established and emerging artists from all over the world can be found throughout The Cosmopolitan. Designed to inspire discovery, the collection includes large-scale paintings, photography, mixed media works, sculptures, murals and more. Artists featured include Maya Hayuk, Marilyn Minter, Rosemarie Fiore, Alex Da Corte, Jonathan Borofsky, Nicola Lopez, Siobham Liddell, Sylvia Hommert and many others.
The Cosmopolitan’s digital art program spans numerous screens, panels and displays inside and outside the resort. It includes the award-winning lobby digital art installation, which comprises eight 15-foot columns and a panel spanning the length of the front desk, all of which continuously display a curated library of digital art. Other installations include the Beacon, a two-sided, 150-foot-wide LED video display situated atop the Boulevard Tower and visible across the Las Vegas Valley.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas features six Art-o-mat machines, each of which dispenses a variety of original artwork. Created by artist Clark Whittington, Art-o-mat machines are made from cigarette vending machines that have been repurposed as a vehicle to distribute art to the masses. Over 90 Art-o-mat machines are currently in existence, featuring small works of art by more than 400 artist collaborators. Each piece of Art-o-mat art is boxed and wrapped in cellophane inside of the recycled cigarette machine. Artwork is distributed to the guest via a pull-knob dispensing mechanism—exactly like old-fashioned cigarette vending machines.
Art Production Fund
Art Production Fund's programming in collaboration with The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a fresh approach to immersive installation and embraces innovative ideas, provocative content and interactive projects. The program engages first time viewers and art critics alike, fostering an awareness of the important messages found in contemporary art. New York-based Art Production Fund is a 501(c) non-profit organization dedicated to commissioning and producing ambitious public art projects, reaching new audiences and expanding awareness through contemporary art.
The Cosmopolitan partnered with Artspace, the leading online marketplace for contemporary art, for its latest collection of guest room art. The artworks featured in our City Studio and Executive Suites are available for purchase on Artspace.com. Artspace's mission is to bring more art into people's lives while helping artists and the institutions that support them reach broader audiences.