Exhibition on Screen: Munch 150
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Award-winning arts documentary maker Phil Grabsky, has launched a ground-breaking project to connect major exhibitions from across the world. This global first aims to allow art lovers to enjoy, marvel and delight at the works of some of history’s greatest ever painters. Phil Grabskyfilms.com in association with Seventh Art Productions and BY Experience, (pioneers of global cinema events) have created a series of ground-breaking art event films for cinema: EXHIBITION: Great Art On Screen.

Munch 150

To mark the 150th anniversary of his birth, this exhibition is the biggest retrospective of Evdard Munch’s work ever organised. Already hailed as a “once‐in‐a‐lifetime show” Munch 150 is co‐hosted by the National Museum, Oslo and the
Munch Museum, Oslo. The Curators ‐ Nils Olsen, Mai Britt Guleng and Jon‐Ove Steihaug – offer their expert insight to host Tim Marlow.

Featured paintings:
• The Sick Child (1885–86)
• The Girls on the Bridge (1901)
• The Death of Marat (1907)
• Self‐Portrait Between the Clock and the Bed (1940–43)
Munch’s ‘Frieze of Life’ which is composed of some of his
most famous works:
• The Scream (1893)
• Madonna (1894‐95)
• The Dance of Life (1899–1900)
• Death in the Sickroom (ca. 1893)

Duration: 90 mins


Special Offer

Tickets are £4 each or see all three films for £10.

Films include:
Manet Portraying Life
Vermeer and Music

Exhibition on Screen website.

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