15 of Liberace’s most iconic and elaborate costumes and capes exhibited from September 2017, until Spring of 2018:
May 18, 2017 to November 5, 2017 iconic pieces from the Liberace Museum Collection are on exhibit at the City of Paris Museum of Modern Art, as part of the exhibit entitled “MEDUSA: BIJOUX ET TABOUS (Medusa: Jewelry and taboo). – Exhibit closed, thank you Paris MAM!
Liberace at Dragon Ridge Country Club Visitors to Sotheby’s International Realty at the Dragon Ridge Country Club can view a collection of Liberace artifacts, including the famous baroque piano, free of charge. – Exhibit closed, thank you Sotheby’s and Dragon Ridge! Liberace Piano Exhibit at Family Music Centers Both of the famous stage pianos owned by the Liberace Foundation may be seen free of charge at Family Music Centers in Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada: The Liberace 9′ Mirrored Baldwin Concert Grand, as seen in “Behind the Candelabra”, is on display at Family Music Center West: 8125 W. Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas Nevada 89117 – Exhibit closed, thank you Family Music Centers! This piano is not on exhibit at Liberace Garage! The Liberace Volks Rolls Exhibit at Findlay North Volkswagen Las Vegas – Exhibit closed, thank you Findlay North Volkswagen! This famous Liberace car is now at Liberace Garage! The Liberace Rolls Royce Town Car Exhibit at Celebrity Cars of Las Vegas – Exhibit closed, thank you Ryan Hamilton and Celebrity Cars of Las Vegas! This famous Liberace car is now at Liberace Garage! “Too Much of a Good Thing is Wonderful” Offered in cooperation with UNLV at The Cosmpolitan Hotel – Exhibit closed after a 9 month hold-over! Thank you Cosmopolitan Hotel! Las Vegas, Nevada “The Liberace Jewels at Jason of Beverly Hills” Featuring “Turning Tables: A new spin on a Liberace Classic,” a limited edition Liberace ring designed by Jason Arasheban at Jason of Beverly Hills inside the Beverly Wilshire Hotel – Exhibit Closed, thank you, Jason of Beverly Hills! Beverly Hills, California “The Town Car: Arriving in Style” – Exhibit Closed after a 6 month hold over. Thank you, Petersen Museum! The Petersen Museum Los Angeles CA The Dinnerware Museum – Exhibit Closed, thank you Dinnerware Museum! Ann Arbor, MI