The recent Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition at the National Gallery was regaled as the most comprehensive exhibition of his works ever -- truly the ultimate blockbuster art show. However, if you missed the sold-out exhibition, you can still experience the Leonardo phenomenon in your local movie theater.
"Leonardo Live," a high definition film version of the exhibition, will hit 500 theaters worldwide. This is the first cinematic event of its kind, but can seeing art on the big screen compare to seeing it in person? We're excited to see "Leonardo Live" to find out!
What do you think, readers? Would you pay to see this at the cinema?
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