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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 IT WAS COOL AND SOME OF THE PAINTINGS WERE DIFFERENT

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NICK - 2.20.2010 - 3:29 PM
Interesting that Teddy Roosevelt compared the The Staircase to a navaho rug and others disparaged it as well. It sounds like similar criticism you here today about modern art. I'm sure cubism was also criticized in the beginning and still to this day by people and critics alike who simply don't like the look or disorganization of it. I find it interesting and the colors in some spectacular!

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Gregg McAulay - 2.20.2010 - 3:16 PM
I knew little of Cubism and Picasso's work before this exhibit. Thank you very much.

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Don W - 2.20.2010 - 2:52 PM
Wonderful exhibit that ties together many influences and artistic blending of Cubism and modern art. Only criticism is that the older persons cannot seem to read the small plaques and that some of the placement of the descriptors are placed in corners where others cannot see art work while many are reading about the paintings.

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Lisa M - 2.20.2010 - 2:46 PM
SIMPLY WONDERFUL. A WONDERFUL INSUGHT INTO THE WEALTH AND BREADTH OF THE MUSEUM'S COLLECTIONS.THANK YOU

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MARTIN ROSENBLUM - 2.20.2010 - 2:27 PM
it brings back memories of paris, especially "the louve"

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ron - 2.20.2010 - 2:25 PM
I enjoyed the exhibit. It was fun to see so many different artists, whose names I have heard for many years, all together in one place. I especially liked the "Lovers" sculpture near the beginning of the tour. My favorite painting was the bridge in Paris.

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Patricia - 2.20.2010 - 2:23 PM
VERY NICE SHOW OF ARTISTS WORK OTHER THAN PICASSO I WISHED THERE WERE MORE PICASSOS IN THIS SHOW WHICH HAS HIS NAME LARGER THAN ANYONE ELSE. THE WAY THIS SHOW WAS ADVERTISED GAVE ME THE IMPRESSION THAT IT WAS MOSTLY PICASSO. I GAINED A BETTER RESPECT FOR JUAN GRIS AND AFEW OTHER ARTISTS THAN FOR PICASSO.

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CLYDE - 2.20.2010 - 1:55 PM
I LOVE BEING A MEMBER! So amazing to be among the first in Philly to see this amazing exhibition. Can't wait to bring my friends back.

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ESSIE - 2.20.2010 - 1:35 PM
Wonderfully done as always. This museum continues to be a great place to be a member of. Who needs New York?

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Bill - 2.20.2010 - 1:07 PM
DITTO WHAT JOAN SAID

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DAVE - 2.20.2010 - 12:52 PM
I HAVE NEVER BEEN A BIG PICASSO FAN, BUT THIS EXHIBIT CHANGED MY MIND.

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JOAN - 2.20.2010 - 12:49 PM
IT WAS COOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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JACK AGE 9 - 2.20.2010 - 12:35 PM
COOL

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Flame - 2.20.2010 - 12:33 PM
idk

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Flame - 2.20.2010 - 12:33 PM
I really enjoyedThank to Betty for having me a chance to visit here.

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LEE, ESTHER KYUNG NAM - 2.20.2010 - 12:01 PM
It was interesting.I like the DALI'S WORK

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ByungChan Lee 5 from Korea - 2.20.2010 - 11:59 AM
The museum was really cool. I liked the Man With A Lamb a lot!

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Arden age 9 from PA. - 2.20.2010 - 11:57 AM
Well, I think it was very cool with the headphones on and listining to all the interesting stuff about the paintings. My favorite part of it was the room that was all red.

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Carlye age 8 from Pa - 2.20.2010 - 11:56 AM
I was really cool. I especially liked the sculpture at the end of the man in bronze.

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Ethan, Age 7 - 2.20.2010 - 11:53 AM