Las Vegas TV News Profiles New Park West Museum and Founder Albert Scaglione
Krystal Allan, anchor for KSNV NBC Las Vegas, recently interviewed Park West Gallery’s Founder and CEO Albert Scaglione all about Park West’s exciting new expansion into Las Vegas.
In December 2020, Park West opened a new 6,000-square-foot museum and gallery space inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace in the Las Vegas Strip. The location has been a smashing success for Park West, and Albert was thrilled to talk about bringing the new museum to Las Vegas.
The free-to-the-public Park West Fine Art & Museum offers guests over 7,000-square-feet of art to explore. More than half of the location is dedicated to their museum collection, which presents a curated selection of masterworks from some of the greatest artists in history. Guests can find works that have appeared in museum exhibitions around the world from legendary artists like Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Rembrandt van Rijn, and Toulouse-Lautrec, among others.
The remaining space at the new Park West Vegas location is dedicated to artists from their gallery collection—these are works of art that are available to purchase for interested guests. There is art available for every level of collector from many of today’s most popular artists such as Peter Max, Michael Godard, Nano Lopez, and Mark Kostabi, to name a few.
Allen also spoke to Albert about his new book “The Book of Albert: How Park West Became the World’s Largest Art Dealer.” The book presents an authorized history of how Albert created Park West back in 1969 and subsequently grew it into a global art enterprise.
You can find more information about visiting Park West’s new Las Vegas location HERE.
You can learn more about “The Book of Albert: How Park West Became the World’s Largest Art Dealer” HERE.