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The Jerusalem Cinematheque is proud to present, for the second year, the global sensation Exhibition on Screen, in collaboration with top international museums and galleries.

With a cinematic tour through the halls of museums and insights from leading historians, curators and art critics, Exhibition on Screen brings exhibition-based art films to a cinema near you and takes the audience on a mesmerizing and unforgettable journey into the life and work of the utmost renowned and loved artists in history.

Led by award-winning filmmakers Phil Grabsky and David Bickerstaff, Exhibition on Screen, has extensive relationships with galleries around the world, such as the National Gallery, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Tate, MoMA, Hermitage, Royal Academy and many more.

The Jerusalem Cinematheque is pleased to invite the Israeli audience to join millions of other viewers from around the world on this extraordinary experience.

 

 

Vermeer: The Greatest Exhibition

Dir.: David Bickerstaff
| 90 minutes

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam opened its doors to the largest Vermeer exhibition in history. With loans from across the world, this major retrospective brough together Vermeer’s most famous masterpieces. You are invited to a private view of the exhibition, accompanied by the director of the Rijksmuseum and the curator of the show.

The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin

Dir.: David Bickerstaff
| 82 minutes

For many years no-one was interested in the art of the Impressionists. Then, something remarkable happened. A new breed of collectors emerged and were acquiring any work by these new, radical artists, Amongst them was the visionary Danish businessman Wilhelm Hansen. . It was an extraordinary moment in art history; full of drama, intrigue and subterfuge.

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Tuesday 28.05.24
28.05.24
19:00
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2024-05-28 19:00:00 2024-05-28 22:00:00 Asia/Jerusalem The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque
The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin
Friday 31.05.24
31.05.24
18:00
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2024-05-31 18:00:00 2024-05-31 21:00:00 Asia/Jerusalem The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque
The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin
Saturday 01.06.24
01.06.24
20:15
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2024-06-01 20:15:00 2024-06-01 23:15:00 Asia/Jerusalem The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin Cinematheque Jerusalem Cinematheque
The Danish Collector: Delacroix To Gauguin

Easter in Art

Dir.: Phil Grabsky
| 85 minutes

The story of Christ’s death and resurrection has dominated western culture for the past 2000 years. From the triumphant to the savage, the ethereal to the tactile, some of western civilization’s greatest artworks focus on this pivotal moment. This beautifully crafted film explores the Easter story as depicted in art, presenting works by Caravaggio, Leonardo, Raphael, El Greco, and Dalí.

Van Gogh & Japan

Dir.: David Bickerstaff
| 85 minutes

Though Vincent van Gogh never visited Japan it is the country that had the most profound influence on him and his art. Through journeying from the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, to Provence and eventually to Japan itself, this film provides a fascinating look at just how remarkable this influence proved to be.

Leonardo: The Works

Dir.: Phil Grabsky
| 102 minutes

Leonardo da Vinci is acclaimed as the world’s favourite artist. Leonardo: The Works presents every single attributed painting, in Ultra HD quality, never seen before on the big screen. This remarkable film offers a fresh and revealing insight into one of history’s most extraordinary individuals. It will leave you amazed.

Pissarro - Father of Impressionism

Dir.: David Bickerstaff
| 94 minutes

Without Camille Pissarro, there is no Impressionist movement. Pissarro was a dedicated family man, generous with his advice, passionate about experimentation, well-read, socially aware, and an anarchist. Through intimate and revealing letters this gripping film reveals Pissarro’s life and work.