Tuesday, April 30th, 2024 at 6:00pm

Get ready to unleash your inner art connoisseur at Superfrico’s fabulous dinner party on April 30th at 6pm. Join Spiegelworld’s Impresario Extraordinaire, Ross Mollison, as he hosts an evening showcasing the jaw-dropping art collection that calls Superfrico home. Prepare to be dazzled as we dish with the talented artists behind the collection while feasting on a perfectly paired multi-course dinner where you’ll savor 9 elevated dishes crafted by Superfrico’s culinary genius, Executive Chef Mitch Emge. And let’s not forget the wine – each course will be expertly complemented with hand-selected wines courtesy of Executive Wine Director, Drea Boulanger.

A one-night only experience filled with Spiegelworld’s signature surprises. Sip on Superfrico specialty cocktails from head Cocktail Clown, Niko Novick, while you rub elbows with award winning artists Matthew Day Jackson, Gabe Barcia Colombo, Chelsea Culprit, and Amy Turner as they share the artspirations behind their outstanding work and divulge the details behind their process.

Food, art, booze – all within the most outrageous restaurant in Las Vegas. Trust us, this is an evening you won’t want to miss – book your table now for this exclusive special event and let the artful adventure begin!

  • Matthew Day Jackson

    Matthew Day Jackson is an American artist whose multifaceted practice encompasses sculpture, painting, collage, photography, drawing, video, performance and installation. Since graduating with an MFA from Rutgers University in 2001, following his BFA from the University of Washington in Seattle, he has had numerous solo exhibitions. His work has been shown at MAMbo Museo d’Arte Moderna in Bologna, Italy; Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in Boulder, Colorado; the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA; the Portland Museum of Art Biennial in Portland, Maine; and the Whitney Biennial Day for Night in New York.

    Jackson’s works utilize a familiar iconography – images such as the geodesic structures of Buckminster Fuller, mankind’s first steps on the moon, and the covers of Life magazine from the 1960s and 1970s – and references from art history. Materials he employs have included scorched wood, molten lead, mother-of-pearl, precious metals, formica, and found objects such as worn T-shirts, prosthetic limbs, axe handles and posters.

    He was the recipient of the 2019 Jordan Schnitzer Award for Excellence in Printmaking, and he has participated in residencies at the Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas and the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art in Oregon

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    artwork by Matthew Day Jackson
  • Amy Turner

    Amy Turner is a renowned artist, who works on commission, and has collectors in the United States, United Kingdom, Italy, and Hong Kong. Her work has been featured on HGTV’s That’s Clever, a TV advertisement for Naked Grape Wine, the David Spade TV show, and Sundance Film. She has a series of murals at LA Elementary school, and volunteers at LAUSD art classes. She was influenced and learned from her father, a dentist and artist. He showed her the way to find beauty and art everywhere. He taught Amy to be fearless. It is a wonderful legacy, and she strives to pass it on in her work. She loves finding discarded or ‘odd’ pieces at yard sales, and always tries to come into the process with a clear mind for up-cycled future artwork pieces; it is a collaboration with inanimate objects, with the goal of bringing them to life. Amy has also been doing Dog Portraits for 15 years, and is acclaimed for her work. She also donates her work to many animal rescue shelters for auctions. Says Amy, “The marriage of my love of dogs and art is perfect for me.”

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    Mona Lisa Triptych by Amy Turner
  • Gabe Barcia-Colombo

    The Holy Roller is a slot machine that uses machine learning to generate new pieces of life advice upon every pull of the handle. The sculpture is fed 500,000 quotes from throughout history and writes a new unique quote for each person who pulls the lever on the machine. The piece was inspired by the dopamine release that exists both in the mind of a gambler and that feeling we get when refreshing our social media feeds.

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    Holy Roller by Gabe Barcia-Colombo
  • Chelsea Culprit

    Neon is associated with buzzing and blinking motel signs, smoky bars, and the golden age of Las Vegas marketing. Digging deeper, neon has notorious associations with red light districts in Amsterdam, Bourbon Street in New Orleans, and the more sinful side of Las Vegas. Reclaiming this seductive medium of advertising, Mexico City-based artist Chelsea Culprit’s work explodes, abstracts, and rearranges representations of the female body and how its identity moves through a culture based on consumption.

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    Green Meanie by Chelsea Culprit