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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?

Overall I enjoyed the exhibition but I would have preferred more Picasso.Did enjoy the works of Chagall and absolutely shuddered at the Dali piece.

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Eileen - 4.15.2010 - 3:20 PM
this exhibition was great. i learn a lot from it. also i learn not only Picasso, but several other artists in that time period too.

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Jin - 4.15.2010 - 1:14 PM
I really liked this exhibit and found it to be quite enjoyable! It was delightful!! Thanks to all who worked to make it happen!

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ANNA HOP - 4.15.2010 - 1:10 PM
I really liked this exhibit because it was not only Picasso and not only cubism but different types of art that influenced and were influenced by the cubism movement.

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Theresa - 4.15.2010 - 1:09 PM
I like how you incorporated the different artists to go along with the styles.Not as much picasso as i expected to see.

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KTO - 4.15.2010 - 1:09 PM
I thought the show was beautifully done and gave a good perspective on Picasso and his contemporaries. Everyone who enjoy art should see this show.

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Albert - 4.15.2010 - 1:02 PM
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS!

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LAUREN - 4.15.2010 - 12:54 PM
i think that all the art was brought together having some type of relationship with Picasso. very nice.

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Ale45b - 4.15.2010 - 12:51 PM
Not enough Picasso...would have wanted to see Guernica.

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Michael - 4.15.2010 - 12:16 PM
WHY DID YOU WASTE THE PAPR AND HAND OUT A BROCHURE. IT WAS NOT HELPFUL AT ALL. WHY WAS THIS BILLED AS PICASSO WHEN THERE WERE AS MANY PAINTINGS FROM OTHER PEOPLE? ALSO WHAT MEANING DID TH PHOTOS OF OTHER PEOPLE HAVE? DISAPPOINTING. PLUS I THINK THE AUDIO SHOULD ALSO INCLUDE PAINTINGS FOR WHICH THERE IS A LARGE WRITE UP. WHY NOT SOME AUDIO ABOUT HIS BACKGROUND AND WHAT WAS GOING ON IN HIS PRIVATE LIFE AT THE TIME. NOT ONE WORD ABOUT HIS FAMILY.

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LINDA - 4.14.2010 - 3:54 PM
A WONDERFUL AWAKING TO PICASSO IN PHILADELPHIA! AWED BY THE DEPTH OF WORK EXHIBITED!

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JODY - 4.14.2010 - 3:46 PM
i thought ths was best exhbit here i seen

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anthony vietro - 4.14.2010 - 3:33 PM
Less affectation in the male narration would be an improvement.

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Erasmus - 4.14.2010 - 2:07 PM
interesting!!

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kate - 4.14.2010 - 12:37 PM
I really liked the commentary and art, They really reached out and explained every detail. I like the idea of a Picasso exhibit, Gives some imagination and angst to life.

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Doojer Dude - 4.14.2010 - 12:36 PM
i thought that this was a very interesting exhibit but i would have liked to see more Picasso. i actually enjoyed Juan Gris's paintings more.

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TYLER - 4.14.2010 - 12:05 PM
This was very intresting.

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Bobby White - 4.14.2010 - 12:03 PM
Not enough Picasso for being a Picasso exhibit

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bob - 4.14.2010 - 12:03 PM
I was very pleased by the exhibition. While the number of number of Picasso's works was limited, I thought that the inclusion of other relevant artists was an excellent idea. I especially liked the Studio Room with a wonderful collection of colorful works by many artists highlighted by the color wall.

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Bill - 4.13.2010 - 2:39 PM
It is first visiting in Philly. I was impressed Piccaso's artworks. At the first time, it was too dificult, but I just felt it. It was cooooooool. I wanna say something for people. " Just feel it." Bye

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KOR - 4.13.2010 - 1:03 PM