Claridge Hotel to bring Holtzman Gallery, a Unique Cultural Fine Art Venue to Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ, (June 23, 2014) – The Claridge Hotel is excited to announce the Holtzman Gallery at The Claridge Atlantic City, the largest fine art gallery in the world, will take residency in its establishment beginning this fall.
The space will feature original works of over fifty artists, spanning from local to world-famous and celebrity artists and will display fine art such as sculptures, paintings, limited-edition museum-quality prints, glass art and metal art. This exhibit will be located off of the hotel’s first floor main lobby on what was once the floor of the Claridge Casino. There will also be a free gallery-only parking lot directly outside its entrance doors at Park Place and Pacific Avenue.
Providing entertainment for diverse cultural interests, the Holtzman Gallery is just one of the many unique attractions coming to the Claridge Hotel. The deluxe art exhibit offers an experience unlike anything ever seen before in Atlantic City or the world.
The high-end fine art exhibits will be free and open for the public’s enjoyment Monday-Thursday, 10:00a.m.-5:30 p.m. and Friday-Saturday 10 a.m.-10 p.m., with the possibility of more extended weekend hours to accommodate late-night art enthusiasts. Art-buying customers will enjoy convenient shipping services that will send purchased works anywhere in the world. In addition to viewing and purchasing the collection, the venue will be available as a special event space. The upscale fine art and atmosphere is perfect for parties, weddings, business functions and more. Additionally all fine art on display will be available for purchase online at the gallery’s website.
Founded by David Holtzman, the Holtzman Gallery was created as a tribute to his late father, Alex G. Holtzman, who was an artist and collector of fine art and historical relics. Holtzman Gallery is currently located in Ventnor City, NJ, Atlantic City’s next door neighbor. Yaacov Agam, Jan Balet, Salvador Dali, Nicola Simbari, Tsugio Hattori, Peter Max, Pino Daeni, Louis Icart, Erte, John Lennon and Anthony Quinn are just a few of the famous artists with pieces on display at this site. The exhibit also includes rare sports, historical, Hollywood and musical memorabilia at the Ventnor City location.
Bringing Holtzman Gallery to The Claridge Hotel will create an innovative creative space in Atlantic City that provides an exclusive and enriching experience for its patrons. For more information on the fine art displayed at the current gallery, visit holtzmangallery.com , For Claridge Hotel room reservations visit www.claridge.com or call 844-AC IS FUN.
About The Claridge Hotel: Once known by its 1929 nickname “Skyscraper by the Sea”, The Claridge Hotel radiates a breathtaking Manhattanesque design situated in the prime center of the Atlantic City’s boardwalk. One of the last remaining architectural masterpieces from the Boardwalk Empire Era, The Claridge Hotel housed such legends as Marylyn Monroe, Al Capone, Nucky Johnson, Princess Grace of Monaco and Frank Sinatra. The Claridge Hotel boasts a prime location, centered in front of Brighton Park on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk. The property sits on the prestigious address of Boardwalk and Park Place and offers the sprawling beach and unique ocean front experience. Featured amenities include restaurants and bars, limo transportation, restaurants, room service, indoor swimming pool, spectacular entertainment in the 400 seat Las Vegas style cabaret showroom, convenient enclosed parking facility and an elegant ballroom facility to host weddings and private functions. Bally’s Casino is conveniently connected to the second floor entrance.
About TJM Properties, Inc.: TJM Properties, Inc., is a privately held Real Estate firm owned and operated by Terence J. McCarthy of St. Petersburg, Florida. The company owns 10 hotels in the Tampa Bay Area, three under the Quality Inn, Baymont Inn and Howard Johnson flags. The company also owned and operated more than 19 Senior Living Communities with over 2,500 units. In August, they sold 15 of the Senior Living properties for more than $200 million.