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VIDEO: Trailer - MUNCH 150, Cinema Event Celebrating Artist Edvard Munch

Related: Munch 150, Edvard Munch, EXHIBITION

On Thursday, June 27, MUNCH 150, an exhibition celebrating 150 years of Edvard Munch, will debut in cinemas worldwide. This is the second title in EXHIBITION, a series of ground-breaking art events created exclusively for cinema screens. EXHIBITION connects major international art exhibitions to millions of art lovers, across 30 countries. Click below to watch the trailer!

The Munch 150 exhibition in Oslo features over 200 pieces from all periods and themes that Edvard Munch explored throughout his career. The exhibit is the largest collection of his works in modern times, including such pieces as Scream, The Frieze of Life, and Starry Night. The anticipated exhibition, which has already been hailed as a "once-in-a-lifetime show," officially opened on June 2 at the Norway National Museum in collaboration with Munch Museum, Oslo.

For more information, visit www.ExhibitionOnScreen.com.

VIDEO: Trailer - MUNCH 150, Cinema Event Celebrating Artist Edvard Munch

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