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Want to catch a Manet exhibit in London? Head to the movie theater

Art historian Tim Marlow, left, curator Larry Nichols and the curator of the Manet exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts Mary Anne Stevens talk in front of a Manet painting at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. BY Experience is launching EXHIBITION, broadcasts of current or just closed art exhibitions from around the world to select movie theaters and performing arts centers in nearly 30 countries. (AP Photo/Phil Grabsky Films)
Art historian Tim Marlow, left, curator Larry Nichols and the curator of the Manet exhibit at the Royal Academy of Arts Mary Anne Stevens talk in front of a Manet painting at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. BY Experience is launching EXHIBITION, broadcasts of current or just closed art exhibitions from around the world to select movie theaters and performing arts centers in nearly 30 countries. (AP Photo/Phil Grabsky Films)
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From the people who brought live Metropolitan Opera performances to a movie theater near you comes the next big-screen cultural attraction: museum art exhibits from around the world. It begins Thursday with a retrospective devoted to the portraits by Edouard Manet from the Royal Academy of Arts in London, screened to 450 theaters across the U.S. (including Regal Crossgates Stadium 18, 7:30 p.m.) and about 600 around the globe, with many locations scheduling encore broadcasts. ...


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