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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 that there were many very interesting and beautiful paintings. i loved it! great job!

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catherine - 4.11.2010 - 12:48 PM
i loved the exhibition, there was a lot of interesting paintings here, you are awesome

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claire - 4.11.2010 - 12:47 PM
this was my first exhibit i really enjoyed it thank you Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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LiNdQUisT, JoHN - 4.10.2010 - 6:50 PM
What a treasure for Philadelphia. Visited with my wife and son (aged 7)- He was transfixed, dodging from work to work, looking for the next audio clip. He still is convinced that Miro "messed up..."

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Peter - 4.10.2010 - 5:43 PM
I like Picasso... but I like watching the folks watching art nearly as much.... is this their default look... or was everybody dressing up for this event?

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Michael L. - 4.10.2010 - 5:22 PM
I appreciated the mixture of media and somewhat chronologically developed context for the work.

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RM - 4.10.2010 - 5:15 PM
Interesting exhibit putting Picasso's work in prospective. One issue - the floor is overcrowded, which makes it difficult to approach certain paintings

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Anna - 4.10.2010 - 4:55 PM
Very Informational and informative i loved it! I loved the cubism and how scrambled it was and how it showed a very down to earth artist. i found many of the sculptures fascinating and i was in the excibit for more than 4 hours! I loved Picasso a zillion times more after this. Thanks Philly Art Museum!

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Sandy P - 4.10.2010 - 4:48 PM
Wow, this was a really good exhibit! I used to come to this art museum almost every other week, but I haven't been going for a little while. This reminded me of how much i love art. It was a little crowded, but made for a very relaxing Saturday!

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Helen - 4.10.2010 - 4:35 PM
I was fun! But it took over an hour to finish. All as well it was good!

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Anna - 4.10.2010 - 4:10 PM
It was really cool but hurt my back alot and was quite odd at times! I had fun though amazing paintings!

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Jojo - 4.10.2010 - 4:08 PM
This was GREAT!!!!!

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rob long - 4.10.2010 - 4:03 PM
mi puzza il culo...ma tanto

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cacca - 4.10.2010 - 3:43 PM
I was extremely disappointed in the relatively paltry number of Picassos on display, for an exhibit touted as "Picasso." this was an exhibit of Picasso's contemporaries and influences, *not* Picasso.

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karena - 4.10.2010 - 3:39 PM
Audio was very good as was the flow of art from room to room. Just a bit to crowded in each room. Probably too many tickets sold for each time frame. Terrific though.... enjoyed it. Cheers.

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Nancy - 4.10.2010 - 3:21 PM
I just liked it and it was cool because I heard about art that I didn't know. we are ages 4 and 7 this was said by the 7 year old.

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dylan and julian buchholz - 4.10.2010 - 3:12 PM
...almost overwhelming. It is hard to take it all in.

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L.K.A.T.R. - 4.10.2010 - 3:08 PM
this exhibit was great. the paintings had their own message. great!

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A. Hayes - 4.10.2010 - 3:08 PM
Mas Dali! Volevo vedere piu Dali! More Dali! Wo yao guan kan duo Dali!

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Paul - 4.10.2010 - 2:20 PM
Being a huge fan of Picasso myself, I found the exhibition to be fascinating. I especially liked how the work of Braque (another artist I like very much) was intrically linked with the work of Picasso. There was a great sense of wonderment in the exhibition and I felt as if I was closer to Picasso's work then I ever had been. The linkage to Gris was also fascinating, for I had never even heard of him. I liked how this exhibit showed Picasso's true genius, and how he was so innovative in his work. He broke all the rules that there were, and created a new way of looking at everything. I especially liked Michael Taylor's opinion and insight on the works of art. You can tell that he really loves Picasso, and knows even more about him then I do! His insight was a work of superb genius! Overall, I enjoyed this exhibit so much.

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Victoria Ward - 4.10.2010 - 2:05 PM