If you do not have the time and money to go to make it to the National Gallery in London and catch the "Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan," just forget about it... It is already sold out anyways and it will not be able to tour in the United States due to the fragility of Leonardo's paintings. However, thanks to the power of digital cinema, you now have another opton: Watch it LIVE at your local movie theater. Can't get any better than that, right?
Next Thursday, February 16 at 7:00pm the Digiplex Cranford Theater will present "Leonardo Live," which was captured live on the eve of the exhibition opening in London this past fall. "Leonardo Live" provides a high-definition walk-through of the exhibition, in-depth commentary by curators and art experts about featured pieces in the exhibit.
"Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan" brings together the largest-ever number of Leonardo's rare surviving paintings and some international loans that have never traveled before. The exhibition also brings together the largest-ever numbers of da Vinci's paintings, including a newly discovered, never-before-publicly exhibited painting, the Salvator Mundi.
For more information about this event, you can visit www.digiplexdest.com