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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?

BONER WORTHY

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RICHARD NEVLIN - 4.24.2010 - 1:10 PM
I didn't like it...I LOVED it!

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Jonathan Fritz - 4.24.2010 - 12:54 PM
I loved it, and the music on the audio recording was great. Cheese and wine. Hi Jesus.

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Edward Cullen - 4.24.2010 - 12:49 PM
This has been the best exhibit the museum has had! I'm only sorry it took me so long to get here.

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Martin Bernstein - 4.24.2010 - 12:41 PM
red shirt kid

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erin - 4.24.2010 - 12:37 PM
This exhibit was inspirational and great. I loved every moment.

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Andrew - 4.24.2010 - 12:33 PM
This was a very interesting, but crowded museum. i like the music head set.

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Melina - 4.24.2010 - 12:30 PM
What an eye-opening experience! Wonderful in all respects. The multimedia use of the self-guided tour headsets combined with all of the wonderful works painted a picture not only of the artists, but of the political and social situation spanning the 19-teens through post-war Europe. Truly an eye opener.

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Marcus in Philadelphia - 4.24.2010 - 12:09 PM
A very interesting exhibit with many unique and different styles shown to the modern world today. We both agree that the man in the cafe was the most interesting and influential painting that we have seen in this exhibit.

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Steve and Dylan - 4.24.2010 - 11:20 AM
I VIEWED THE CUBSIT EXHIBIT LAST NIGHT BEFORE WAYNE SHORTER PLAYED AN UNFORGETTABLE SET. THE MUSEUM SHOULD DEFFINATLEY KEEP THOSE CONCERTS HAPPENING. THIS SHOW IM CERTAIN WILL REMAIN IN MY MEMORY FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. MUSIC AND ART TAKE ON A NEW DIMENSION WHEN HEARD AND SEEN TOGETHER .

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STEVE - 4.24.2010 - 10:54 AM
what i liked the most was Picasso's paintings of the Violins. He's an amazing atist, but i', not really a fan of his work..not a fan of cubism. PICASSSSSSSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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Elena - 4.24.2010 - 10:49 AM
these guys were def on the greatest high ever love them!!!!

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zim - 4.24.2010 - 10:48 AM
I enjoyed it very much. I love the Three Musicians and was pleased to get that poster. I would have liked it if there was a picture of the other version of this painting that was mentioned.

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Roberta - 4.23.2010 - 11:01 PM
It was "Fab"I would go again and again....

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Anonymous - 4.23.2010 - 9:04 PM
these guys were geniuses but definitely on drugs

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bigh - 4.23.2010 - 8:46 PM
It is disappointing that the Brancusi included in the exhibit cannot be experienced properly "in the round". This is a recurring issue the PMA seems to have with its display of Brancusi, most notably within the permanent collection space.Brancusi intended these works to be experienced from all sides, yet we are denied this by the decision of the curating staff to place all the Brancusi work behind barriers.Otherwise, the exhibition was quite nice.

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Anonymous - 4.23.2010 - 8:29 PM
LOVE IS SOMETHING IF YOU GIVE IT AWAY GIVE IT AWAY GIVE IT AWAY LOVE IS SOMETHING IF YOU GIVE IT AWAY YOU END UP HAVING MORE. ITS JUST LIKE A MAGIC PENNY HOLD IT TIGHT AND YOU WONT HAVE ANY LEND IT SPEND IT AND YOULL HAVE SO MANY THEYL ROLE ALL OVER THE FIOOR OOOOHHHHH (REAPEAT)

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Anonymous - 4.23.2010 - 8:13 PM
I LIKE PIE I LIKE PIE I LIKE PIE I LIKE PIE

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Anonymous - 4.23.2010 - 8:08 PM
I really enjoyed it!

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nka 7 yrs. - 4.23.2010 - 8:08 PM
Lovely! I especially loved the many Gris pieces. Thank you!

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Matthew - 4.23.2010 - 7:37 PM

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