Exhibition On Screen returns with a new season bringing blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries around the world to a Picturehouse Cinema near you, in stunning high definition.
Members’ priority booking is now open, and tickets go on general sale on Tuesday 6 September.
Thursday 3 November 2016
Who was Hieronymus Bosch? Why do his strange and fantastical paintings resonate now more than ever? How does he bridge the medieval and Renaissance worlds? Where did his unconventional and timeless creations come from? Discover the answers to these questions and more with this remarkable new film from Exhibition On Screen.
Tuesday 21 February 2017
Based on letters and other private writings, I, Claude Monet provides new insight into the man who not only painted the picture that gave birth to Impressionism, but who was perhaps the most influential and successful painter of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Tuesday 21 March 2017
Following the smash hit Painting The Modern Garden: Monet To Matisse from Season 3 of Exhibition On Screen comes a new film based on the hugely popular exhibition The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism And The Garden Movement from the Florence Griswold Museum in Connecticut, widely considered a home of American impressionism.
Tuesday 9 May 2017
David Hockney continues to innovate and excite on a global scale. One of Britain’s greatest living painters, his works feature in major collections all over the world including the MET, MoMA, the Pompidou Centre, Tate and Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
Exhibition On Screen takes cinema audiences through Hockney’s inspirations and latest creative journey in this celebration of a unique and cutting-edge talent.
Tuesday 13 June 2017
To coincide with a glorious new exhibition at the National Gallery of London, this film offers a full and fresh biography of Michelangelo who, with Leonardo, is considered one of the greatest artists of the Renaissance – and perhaps of all time. This film explores his relationship with his contemporaries and his immense artistic practice which included painting, sculpture and architecture. Among the works explored are the universally adored David in Florence, the Sistine Chapel in Rome and the Manchester Madonna (today in the National Gallery).