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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?

Beautiful exhibit. However, there were too many people getting in KP's way.

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Keven Julian Patten - 4.10.2010 - 1:47 PM
Can't help but see parallels between these artists worldly observations of the early 1900's and some of my own of today. Was a great journey!

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Julie Bent - 4.10.2010 - 1:22 PM
i liked it very much it just hurt my back a lot

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bob - 4.10.2010 - 12:53 PM
This exhibit was profoundly moving in its depiction of cubism art. We really enjoyed it. Georges Braque= perfection!

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Ma-ie - 4.10.2010 - 12:46 PM
I was moved to tears by the symbolism of Three Musicians...I never knew the origin of the painting. Another favorite of mine is the Chagall work The Poet. Again, to be given the insights about the symbolism of the painting by the curator is a revelation.I am proud to be a Philadelphia Museum member and am so grateful to be able to enjoy the incredible gifts of art housed here. Excellent exhibit, overall. Thank you!!!

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JA - 4.10.2010 - 12:39 PM
I thought it was a wonderful exhibition with terrific works of art very well presented. I thought the collection represented the period shown very capably giving a flavor of their thinking of the artists and the evolution of their their artistic genius. The crucifixtion scene by Marc Chagall was the most moving and almost brought me to tears. I had of course seen photographs of it in art books, but the original was so much more moving.

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Dick Hammond - 4.10.2010 - 12:28 PM
Wonderful! Very well done.THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

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Carolyn Hammond - 4.10.2010 - 12:26 PM
Having seen Picasso's very, very early works in Barcelona, I am always amazed at the breadth of media and ideas that charged his life and work. As always, an exhibition of this type and breadth is overwhelming for me and wish that I could return again and again to view each room in more manageable bites.Amazing exhibition. Wonderful audio tour, too.Thank you.

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Patricia Walters - 4.10.2010 - 12:24 PM
I do not understand why you insist upon separating the Jewish origins and themes of artists from your descriptions of their work. Are you afraid to give credit to the Jewish experience?

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Susan - 4.10.2010 - 12:18 PM
good exhibit. in the future, please enlarge the descriptive signs and the numbers for the audio information. thank you

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Anonymous - 4.10.2010 - 12:18 PM
I will never forget the image of the Minotaur caressing the sleeping woman...never.

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Mark - 4.10.2010 - 12:09 PM
Paintings were great, too many people in the way though blocking the views. A little disappointed.

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Katie - 4.10.2010 - 11:53 AM
ti's a very nice exhibit

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Sliz - 4.9.2010 - 8:47 PM
the audio part was good and it was a good exhibit and the audio part was good and it was a good exhibit and the audio part was good.Even though our team didnt do well in the tournament were still amazing man.Go wildcats!

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Scottie Reynolds - 4.9.2010 - 8:44 PM
It was great

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Malik - 4.9.2010 - 8:40 PM
It was nice

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Malim - 4.9.2010 - 8:38 PM
Man dat was alright

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Malik Zapheer Shardess Kareem Harsheed Narsha Howell - 4.9.2010 - 8:36 PM
good job

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jajaj - 4.9.2010 - 8:33 PM
This exhibit was very great. It taught me a lot about picasso's artwork but I didnt think that it had enough artwork of his. If we buy tickets for a picasso exhibit, then give us picasso. Also the interactive learning piece was great and I thought that that the exhibit would be much worse without it. My favorite piece of artwork was "three musicians" by picasso. Thanks

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anonymous - 4.9.2010 - 8:31 PM
Loved it... Picasso is my favorite! Great selection of other works.... :)

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Roni - 4.9.2010 - 7:45 PM