Fine Art Collection
Inspired by legacy of luxury and spectacle
Incorporated into the resort’s elegant design, Fontainebleau Las Vegas’ fine art collection embodies the brand’s decades-long love for creating thought-provoking and immersive displays and entertainment for its guests.
The collection is available for guests to discover as they explore the resort.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas South Lobby
Lovers #3, is a 46-foot sculpture crafted from aluminum, stainless steel, and gold leaf. A masterpiece-within-a-masterpiece which draws inspiration from movement and motion, Lovers #3 depicts two forms meeting, one balanced on top of the other, and it is designed to be viewed from multiple vantage points.
One of two paintings in this gallery, The Touch, are part of his broader body of work, the Problem Paintings. Fischer maintains this playful juxtaposition in his Fontainebleau Las Vegas murals, with a backdrop featuring a headshot of a blonde woman whose face is obscured by a sizable hardboiled egg.
One of two paintings in the Urs Fischer Gallery, The Eye is also part of his broader body of work which involves juxtaposing formal headshots with unconventional items like lightning bolts and fresh fruit, offering a unique interpretation of the representational systems governing our lives.
The inspiration was to “bring water to the desert” just as Fontainebleau has brought its legacy from Miami to Las Vegas. The curved form of the sculpture mimics the shape of the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, while the materials used – marble and brass-tinted steel – draw from same design ethos of the iconic 1950s property.
An Artful Journey
The Fontainebleau Las Vegas fine art collection brings together multiple ideas and disciplines, from larger-than-life murals to kinetic sculptures within the resort. Joining the collection above, are additional works curated exclusively for Fontainebleau Las Vegas.
Ivan Navarro – Mirage
Location: Pool District escalators
Mirage offers a profound exploration of space, territory, and perceptions, all informed by his personal experiences with exile. Mirage beckons viewers to question the distinctions between public and private, accessible and forbidden spaces.
Tim Tadder – La Liasion Amouresuse
Location: Throughout the resort
Tim Tadder — whose art is described as “1950s nostalgia created by the most contemporary medium” — created 38 works for Fontainebleau Las Vegas using Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a tool to craft a narrative and manipulative generative imagery and bring his vision to life. The works, depicting people in vintage settings with fantastical colorful elements created with AI, are a unique representation of the Fontainebleau brand, bridging the historic Miami property and its inspiration in the Château de Fontainebleau in France with the future of the new, modern Fontainebleau Las Vegas.
Photography plays a pivotal role in the Fontainebleau Las Vegas art experience, with the works of Fontainebleau Development Chief Brand and Design Officer Peter Arnell featured throughout the resort’s 3,644 rooms and suites. The collection also includes art by Julian Lorber, Jean Alexander Frater, Kate Blacklock, Eric Moore, Jessie Bloom, Nicholas Biddle, Lynn Dunham, Zoe Pawlak, Jonathan Todryk, Jessica Poundstone, Sebastiaan Knot, Greg Minah, Anna Sidi Yacoub, Alyson Fox, Michael Banks, Rica Belna, Alexandra Lyon, Cassie Suche, and renowned glass and lighting artists Barovier&Toso. The collective creativity of this group forms a tapestry of sensory wonder and innovation, elevating the guest experience at Fontainebleau Las Vegas to an entirely new level.