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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?

Sr. Gehry!Come spettacoloso questo concetto! Spero che il mondo apprezzeranno tuoi visioni per questo museo!!!!Grazie mila a te e tuoi squadri di architetture per questo lavoro durissimo che vi condiviso con noi, e tante fortuna a tutti voi!!!!Di nuovo - Grazie Tante e Buona Giornata!Beatrice

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Beatrice - 7.5.2014 - 1:31 PM
Gehry has done a good job of maintaining what we love about PMA as an important Phila landmark and bringing it into the future. Beautiful. My great uncle worked on the original architectural details, sculpting and painting. Very proud of this beautiful building. I'm excited to see what is to come

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Suzanne - 7.3.2014 - 12:58 PM
From artist to another, or for those who love art. my experience with the Philadelphia Art Museum has expanded my visual world and opened my eyes to the other incredible wonders of other worlds and other times.

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David Brown - 7.3.2014 - 10:25 AM
The vistas of the soul may be seen through the eyes of these collections.

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Jym Paris - 7.2.2014 - 8:42 PM
I love the artistic paintings in the museum from floor one to floor two.

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charlie cochran - 7.2.2014 - 8:08 PM
As Gary always says, "It's all about the art!"

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Sam E - 7.2.2014 - 7:48 PM
Yes, visiting an exhibition in person is awesome because many years ago, as a Temple University student, my art history instructor invited us to visit the museum --- I WAS H O O K E D! I was so inspired that I purchased a membership, drew some of my favorite pieces... I was so knowledgeable that when friends and family came to town, I would give them a tour! I love impressionism... if I had an opportunity to volunteer I would. Art enhances my life and gives me joy!Enjoy it live and thrive!!!!!

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Sandra Peart - 7.2.2014 - 7:44 PM
Are the four skylights around the circle plaza in the east plaza inspired by Philadelphia's five square plan!? I'm concerned about the design of the cutaway in the stairs. Why would people go down there just to weirdly look across at each other and people in the museum? It's also a weird obstructed of view of the city anyways. Any kind of sunken plaza in Philadelphia hasn't been successful so far. I hope that in going foward with this design there will be a very interesting dialogue between the museum and the city. Even though the art museum owns the museum, the parkway/museum/waterworks/fairmount were built as public space.Thanks for the exhibit! Awesome models.

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JENNA S - 7.2.2014 - 7:36 PM
PICASSO IS COOL, AND ART ARE GOOD(:

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JOHN WALKER - 7.2.2014 - 3:40 PM
AWSOME ! !! - THANK YOU FOR M

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SHIN JK - 7.2.2014 - 3:15 PM
I LOVE THE MOBILES AND THE PAINTINGS.

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I'AN - 7.2.2014 - 3:07 PM
I THINK I WILL LOVE THE NEW MUSEUM IT WILL LOOK GREAT

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VICTORIA SIZMUR - 7.2.2014 - 2:31 PM
YOUR STAFF IS VERY WELCOMING AND HELPFUL AND MAKES THE MUSEUM HOME.

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BARBARA HUGHES - 7.2.2014 - 12:25 PM
Thanks for the intelligent design of this exhibit. Interesting and informative. Prototype of possibilities of future for galleries made the presentation of the architectural models more meaningful.

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Cy L Swartz - 7.2.2014 - 12:06 PM
Frank Gehry has always been an inspirations for me. So excited his work will be closer to home!

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Sarah - 7.1.2014 - 3:56 PM
I LOVE THIS PLACE! IT'S AWESOME:)

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JIHYE - 7.1.2014 - 3:01 PM
HUI SOSITE.TUPYE AMERICOSY, VASHIH MAMOK EBAL.

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GLEB - 7.1.2014 - 2:51 PM
I BEEN HERE SO MANY TIMES ITS A GREAT PLACE

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EMILY - 7.1.2014 - 1:55 PM
i like this place it is funny.

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dreew - 7.1.2014 - 1:54 PM
I liked the art! I wish there was a exhibit where we can try on the armor! Please!!!

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Brian - 6.29.2014 - 4:21 PM

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