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'EXHIBITION' Cinema Event Showcases Renowned Artists Manet, Munch and Vermeer in Art Collection Tour - Dates Announced

'EXHIBITION' Cinema Event Showcases Renowned Artists Manet, Munch and Vermeer in Art Collection Tour - Dates Announced

The term "art house" takes on new meaning with a special theatrical series of events as NCM Fathom Events, BY Experience and PhilGrabskyFilms.com bring the world's greatest art exhibitions to U.S. cinemas this year. The "EXHIBITION" cinema series will feature high-definition tours of fine art exhibitions created for movie theater audiences beginning with "Manet: Portraying Life" on Thursday, April 11 featuring a career-encompassing collection of the works of Édouard Manet which is currently on exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London. The series then celebrates the 150th anniversary of Edvard Munch in "Munch: Munch 150"on Thursday, June 27 as the National Museum and the Munch Museum in Oslo host this "once-in-a-lifetime" exhibition of the greatest number of Munch's works ever. The final exhibition in the series, "Vermeer and Music: The Art of Love and Leisure" on Thursday, Oct. 10, comes from the National Gallery in London where audiences will see a unique perspective on the masterpieces of Johannes Vermeer. Each cinema event is hosted by art historian Tim Marlow who will go beyond each gallery with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage. The series is supported by DSAT Cinema.

Tickets for "EXHIBITION" are available at participating theater box offices and online at www.FathomEvents.com. For a complete list of theater locations and prices, visit the NCM Fathom website (theaters and participants are subject to change). The event will be broadcast to nearly 450 select movie theaters across the country through NCM's exclusive Digital Broadcast Network.

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