His collection of Modern and Contemporary paintings and drawings ranging from Picasso to Hockney, Seurat to Lichtenstein is as interesting as the man himself.
The admission of $12 (cheaper if you are a Nevada resident or have a valid student I.D.) also includes an audio tour narrated by Martin himself. It's the narration that makes the tour more than worthwhile. His personal views and commentary about the art and why he chose to purchase it makes for good conversation later on.
My personal favorites include "Accident #2" by John Koch and "Synchromy" by Stanton MacDonald-Wright.
Once you exit, you'll find yourself in a small gift shop which includes various prints of the artwork inside and books and plays written by Martin.
Unless the Bellagio plans to extend it, the private art collection of actor/comedian/writer extraordinare Steve Martin is on view from April 7 - September 23, 2001.
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West Palm Beach, Florida
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June 27, 2004
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May 27, 2003
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August 2, 2001
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July 24, 2001
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March 15, 2001
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new york, New York
June 5, 2000
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