Popular recent exhibitions at major museums will be appearing on big screens in the U.S. for single-day virtual guided tours.
“Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs,” which has drawn big crowds to New York’s Museum of Modern Art, will be viewable at select theaters on Jan. 13.
Rembrandt masterworks from a show at London’s National Gallery and Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum will be in cinemas on Feb. 24.
Post-impressionism from an exhibition at Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum gets the spotlight on April 14.
The ever-popular Vermeer masterpiece “Girl With a Pearl Earring” and other highlights from the Hague’s Mauritshuis arrive on June 23.
The series ends July 14 with “The Impressionists” from the Museum of Luxembourg, Paris, the National Gallery London and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
“This landmark series provides audiences with a front row seat to a selection of the world’s greatest art,” Fathom Events vice president of programming, Kymberli Frueh-Owens said. “From the comfort of cinema theaters, art lovers will get to experience some of the very best works ever created, with access and intimacy that is simply not available at blockbuster exhibitions. It’s a unique experience for any culture lover.”
Theater locations can be found at www.fathomevents.com