Sure, the swanky Sofitel Hotel is known for luxe dinners and cocktail-infused lounges (who can resist a frosty Thirty-One cocktail?), but more than a hip bar scene, this Beverly Hills hot spot boasts a taste for the arts. Paying homage to the artistic crowd, “Revealed” by Sofitel, a modern photography exhibition, will adorn the walls of the hotel lobby, restaurant, and bar from April 23 to June 30. Curated by Pablo Picasso’s grandson, Olivier Widmaier Picasso, Angelenos can see some of the world’s most renowned artists in a curious light. Among over 30 striking prints, art-goers can gawk at the likes of Salvador Dali painting at the Paris Zoo, Kees Van Dongen painting a blonde bombshell (pictured above), and Pablo Picasso gazing at a Dalmatian. Get the full immersion experience with art inspired cocktails and an exclusively crafted three-course menu dubbed "Collection d'Art" at the Riviera 31 Lounge Bar.