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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?

Air conditioning...?Guernica...?

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Mr. B - 2.21.2010 - 4:19 PM
the exhibit was soooo boriinngggg

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Gabby and Kelly...again - 2.21.2010 - 4:16 PM
We thought that most of the exhibit was butt ugly...there was some really good ones, but most of them were disturbing. no offense to Picasso and his weird, strange friends.

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Gabby and Kelly - 2.21.2010 - 4:15 PM
Great job Philly! You guys nailed this one. Enjoyed the timeline set-up, and the confluence of different artists that became a new form of art.

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Jason Kunisch - 2.21.2010 - 4:12 PM
Tthe exhibit was excellent, but it was too crowded to enjoy.

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Carol - 2.21.2010 - 4:00 PM
I thought the exhibit was very good. I do crew and i work out a lot.

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Phil Kramarski age 15 - 2.21.2010 - 3:50 PM
I thought the exhibit was extremely well put together, but there was a problem that the tours today seemed very overbooked and it was hard to really observe the paintings without being shoved around by irritable people.

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Grig - 2.21.2010 - 3:48 PM
Enjoyed the exhibit; but thought it was too large.

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Rosemary B. Hocker - 2.21.2010 - 3:46 PM
I thought the exhibit was very good, but i got very hungry during the middle. I had a very bad stomach ache and felt as if i were to faint. Have you ever thought of having refreshment tables. i LIKE BROWNIES AND COOKIES, AND BOSTON CREAM CAKE MMMMMMMM.

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Iye M. Ungary - 2.21.2010 - 3:46 PM
The cubism and the minotaur was my favorite part

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Sean age 10 - 2.21.2010 - 3:44 PM
The exhibit was beautiful and I really loved it. Well done!

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Katie age 9 - 2.21.2010 - 3:43 PM
Beautiful display and collaboration of avant-garde artists' work. Sometimes the influences of the artwork seemed to generalized between the different artists displayed. I would have liked more specific information about picasso artwork in the audio commentary. Thanks!

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candice - 2.21.2010 - 3:36 PM
"The 3 Musicians" truly was amazing. I normally am not the biggest fan of modern or cubism art, but I find "3 Musicians" to be spectacular in a way that I cannot quite understand.

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Alex Blynn - 2.21.2010 - 3:35 PM
I thought Harlequin was really exciting.

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D age 7 - 2.21.2010 - 3:31 PM
IT was fun and cool I really liked it

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SAM age ten - 2.21.2010 - 3:27 PM
It was a great exhibition, and really enjoyed !Also, being a member gave me an opportunity to see it before open to public. I guess it gave me more time and space to see them since it wasn't really crowded.Looking forward to see another future exhibition like this.

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Uzumakineko - 2.21.2010 - 3:26 PM
I thought this exhibition was very well put together. However i think that more of the paintings should have been explained. I was confused on some of the narratives. On a lighter note, i think that the museum did a great job.

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Tonis - 2.21.2010 - 3:23 PM
I do realize the pictures are displayed in a specific way to accent the paintings, but "in light" of the flow of traffic during the exhibit it is my recommendation not to place the pictures with audio listening in the corners. It makes viewing the pictures difficult for viewers. I only noticed it at the beginning of the tour in the first three rooms. Otherwise the placement of pictures, narrative and flow of the exhibit was wonderful. Thank you for your consideration in future exhibits.

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Suzanne - 2.21.2010 - 3:19 PM
I ENJOYED THE EXHIBITION BUT I WAS MORE IMPRESSED WITH MONET, CEZANE,VANGOUGH.

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PEGGY - 2.21.2010 - 3:14 PM
Great, but many exhibits today have audio with the art designed especially for younger visitors. This could have benefited from having the audio provided and a second set of recordings for children.

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JayCee - 2.21.2010 - 3:04 PM