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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Why not leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others?

Enjoyed learning about the project, is a difficult decision to lose the "Rocky" steps, but I believe change is good, and will benefit people in the future. Can hold onto all memories. I look forward to visiting once all is complete.

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Zan - 6.29.2014 - 1:57 PM
The little silver men were so cool. I really enjoyed it.

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Mia Colson - 6.29.2014 - 1:19 PM
I am fascinated by this museum and was pleasantly surprise today after having learned that there is plan for its expansion. I think that Frank Gehry is doing an incredible job at describing his thoughts on renovation and transporting all of these thoughts into beautiful architecture. Excited to see the completion of this project!

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Maly Fennell - 6.28.2014 - 4:26 PM
Wonderful museum. I had a great day here with my friends Sandy, Tommy and Amy.Thank you

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Peter from Sweden - 6.28.2014 - 4:15 PM
The expansion project seems to be put in place to add to the depth and meaning behind all of the exhibits of the museum. Gehry has plans in place to help spectators capture the trueness and importance behind all of the pieces on display throughout the museum. Architecture is an art within itself and it's freshness will add to the historical side of the museum. People will be able to enrich themselves not only in the art on display, but the art of halls and walls in which they are walking through while soaking in the culture.

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Kaleigh Krause - 6.28.2014 - 3:14 PM
ITS A FACE!!!

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Jason Lasalle - 6.28.2014 - 2:50 PM
I love this design and hope to see it when its completed!!!

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Cynthia - 6.27.2014 - 7:23 PM
The expansion project reflects an expansiveness of soul and a generosity of artistic spirit to honor the treasure chest that the Philadelphia Art Museum has always been by opening that treasure trove in the most elegantly inviting and inspiring way to both those who are practiced patrons as well as those whose lives casually bump up against the iconic interior but have yet to be called by the voice and heart that beats inside promising generations of new memories and excitement. However, my husband has misgiving about the stair towers and glass in the pediments and hopes that maybe those stairs could be more interesting if indeed they have to be there and the pediments' glass be translucent and tinted to blend with that gorgeous exterior color. Make it work with the stone. So far very exciting. Very promising. From two dedicated and proud members.

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Claire Green - 6.27.2014 - 5:06 PM
i really liked exhibit especially the part with the scale model

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sophia - 6.27.2014 - 4:46 PM
Lovely museum.

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Tom - 6.27.2014 - 4:07 PM
I am intrigued with the museum as it is. I am in awe of what Gehry has designed with his team for the future of the museum! The exhibit was phenomenal, I am particularly fond of the opening of spaces to allow natural light to come in.

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Cynthia Burrows - 6.27.2014 - 3:40 PM
Jackson Pollock's Man and Woman painting made me stand still and think for about 10-15 minutes...

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Rachel Man - 6.27.2014 - 2:25 PM
I like this museum the architecture is cool

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michael - 6.27.2014 - 2:03 PM
10 to 15 years!! I want it now! Beautifully conceived expansion and re-use of space.

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Pete - 6.27.2014 - 11:35 AM
As an artist, Art is everywhere in my eyes. Everything is beautiful, and this museum is like a sanctuary of art. I am very excited to see these changes,to help show a view of art in differ forms :)

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K.Jewel - 6.27.2014 - 10:40 AM
I love this museum and all of its treasures. Looking forward to seeing even more of the collection in the expanded galleries.

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Chuck - 6.18.2014 - 10:36 AM

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