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“I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali,” is illuminating the gallery with photos and portraits of the legendary boxer.
Along with its famous fountains, the conservatory, high-end shopping, world-class restaurants and luxurious accommodations, the Bellagio is also home to a Gallery of Fine Art. Every year the gallery features a different exhibit, showcasing some of the most famous artists from around the world.
Monet, Degas, van Gogh and Picasso are all greats in their own right, but none of them are “The Greatest.” Muhammad Ali himself would probably say that neither is as pretty as he is, too.
Known for his trademark charisma, fluid fighting ability and social activism, “I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali,” at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art explores Ali’s rise from his humble Kentucky beginnings to his status as a global icon.
With his legacy set in stone, this exhibit uses never-before-seen footage and photographs, rare personal artifacts and stories from some of The Champ’s closest friends to give guests a truer and a more in-depth understanding of the legend’s life and his impact on the world.
“I Am The Greatest: Muhammad Ali,” dives head-first into the life of one of America’s greatest exports and in-turn helps us form a better understanding of our current world.
Open daily from 10 a.m. through 8 p.m., this is a can’t miss exhibit. And considering all of the Muhammad Ali pictures, we'd say it’s pretty, it's so pretty too.