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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online.

The general public saw Cubist artworks for the first time at that annual exhibition in Paris, what are your reactions to these paintings and sculpture nearly a century later? What was your favorite gallery in the exhibition and why? Which works of art impressed you the most and the least?

I thought the exibit was very nice.

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Nicholas - 4.23.2010 - 11:52 AM
I loved how everything dicripted cubism in many lights, from how the ones related to Picasso also shared slightly a sight of Cubism

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Robb S - 4.23.2010 - 11:31 AM
I Loved the lamb with the man it is so cool

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Isaiah - 4.23.2010 - 11:30 AM
I loved looking at all the paintings and sculptures realated to Picasso.I enjoyed the scuptures most, loving the man with a lamb

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Robb S - 4.23.2010 - 11:27 AM
Picasso: The Exhibit did what it was supposed to do very well. I enjoyed the timeline, the relationships, the presentation. I learned a lot. Thanks,


Marge Feldman

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Marge - 4.22.2010 - 9:26 PM
i enjoyed the collection.. :)

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nilay - 4.22.2010 - 4:32 PM
I see Pablo Picasso as one of the most innovative and influential artists of the 20th century, and it was a pleasure to experience this exhibit. I had no idea that Salvador Dali was going to be here!!!!

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Kristen - 4.22.2010 - 4:14 PM
Had the chance to walk through these halls with a knowledgeable employee of yours. Wonderous.

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Nicholas - 4.22.2010 - 3:54 PM
Breathtaking! Inspiring! Colorful!

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Jabari and Naomi - 4.22.2010 - 3:50 PM
Saw the Picasso exhibit on Tuesday (4-20-10). Loved it. The galleries were too crowded but that was my own fault for not going at 10 instead of 11. Really appreciated the way the show was laid out. The chronological scheme made a lot of sense and put paintings I'd never connected into a context.
Good Work!

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Chaquita in Philly - 4.22.2010 - 3:15 PM
Delightful!! I feel closer to these remarkable artists who have helped us evolve the way we look at the world! Thanks!!!

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Jay from Abington - 4.22.2010 - 3:08 PM
The exhibit was impressive in scope, and I liked seeing the progression over time of the art form. WAY TOO CROWDED though, which made it difficult to see the pieces well or enjoy the experience....I just wanted to get to a less-crowed gallery! Audio tour was well-done, as were the written pieces. Favorite aspect was the accompanying photographs.

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rose in south jersey - 4.22.2010 - 2:53 PM
Moving. The PMA has put on a brilliant show. And there's no better than seeing the works "live"....the canvas, textures, colors.....thank you!

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steve from wayne pa - 4.22.2010 - 2:13 PM
Loved the exhibit! Excellent display!

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Jason - 4.22.2010 - 1:38 PM
Very impressed and pleased with the exhibition of Picasso and the Avant Garde of Paris...the school of Paris -- the development of 'cubanist art form from basic elementary ideas to the complex, confused and radical. Good show!

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cheryl of Delaware - 4.22.2010 - 1:08 PM
This is a large, impressive, and well-arranged exhibit of works of Picasso and many of his contemporaries, whom he influenced and vice versa. Most of the works on exhibit are from the Philadelphia Museum of Arts own collections. I had not realized previously that the museum owned so many of Picasso's works.I was most impressed and fascinated by the large gallery entitled the Cubism Salon. This gallery simulated how works were displayed in the large salon exhibits of Paris in the 1920's and '30's.Very educational and inspirational exhibit. Well done!GTO

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GTO - 4.22.2010 - 1:06 PM
It was beautiful and i loved reading into the different movements of cubism and surrealism. However i would have liked to read more into Picasso and his peers' views on reality and modernism.

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Elizabeth R - 4.22.2010 - 12:00 PM
This exhibit opened up a new understanding for the artists and the thoughts behind them. I loved it.

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Har - 4.22.2010 - 11:54 AM
my favorite thing was the cubism because you had to look at the picture at a different angle and try to figure out what was going on in the panting and what was in it

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Fatimah - 4.22.2010 - 11:52 AM
I liked the exhibition a lot. It is a very different style of art, yet very interesting to look at. :)

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