So, where else can we go aside from the Strip in Las Vegas? If we hear Las Vegas, we always think of city lights, busy streets, drinking, party, casino and etc. Did you know that there are places you can go aside form Hotel/Casino hopping? Yes, we have some landmarks to visit away from those busy streets and city lights!  So to have an opportunity to view a landmark of the art variety was something I didn’t want to pass up. Although I had postponed my viewing, when the weather was perfect for a day out and a short drive from Vegas, I couldn’t think of a better time to check out the unique artwork.


About a dozen miles south of Las Vegas is not where you would expect a world renowned artist to set up his latest art exhibit for a 2 year engagement. The unique display is the brainchild of Ugo Rondinone. Ugo is a Swiss born Artist who was previously most well known for an exhibit called Human Nature. Seven Magic Mountains is produced by Art Production Fund, New York and Nevada Museum of Art, Reno.




The colorful stones reaching into the sky from the desert is a sharp contrast to the bleak, yet still beautiful surrounding desert. The bright colors and stack of stones seems to bring back that feeling we all had as kids by stacking building blocks as high as we could. Based upon the way people were flocking to the gigantic stone displays, taking photos and even selfies seems to show that everyone was feeling a level of nostalgia and fun as well. Maybe it is the bright colors or the unspoken unease that these stacks look like they could come tumbling down at any moment. However, everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves very much, and much more than what you would usually expect during an art exhibit.


This exhibit will be on display until May of 2018 and if you are in Vegas and want to take a couple hours away from the hustle and bustle of the usual Vegas offerings, I would highly recommend a short drive out to soak up some fun culture.


  1. Doris Olivarri says:

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