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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 REALLY loved the art work, that the artists did!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Aminda Kirshenbaum - 4.25.2010 - 6:11 PM
This exhibit was super dopalicious! I liked the hunters and think that Picasso has got some mad skill! Why Braque gotta be frontin'??!Peace in the Middle East.

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Aristotle - 4.25.2010 - 6:06 PM
beautiful exhibit. i wonder if the audio guide can be programmed to hit 'next' instead of a 3 digit code.

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EDF - 4.25.2010 - 5:33 PM
My favorite painting in this exhibit is The City. All the other art work is amazing, too.

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Tyler Montague - 4.25.2010 - 5:23 PM
great, diverse exhibit. good commentary. I spent three and a half hours at this exhibit. It gives interesting history on a major part of twentieth century art. I keep coming back for shows like this.

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stradlater - 4.25.2010 - 4:39 PM
I thought the art was very interesting because many different ideas collide in Pablo Picasso's artwork and I think he carried on his dads thoughts about art too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Kayla - 4.25.2010 - 3:50 PM
IT WAS COOL

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CHASE UTLEY - 4.25.2010 - 3:48 PM
pretty darn good! Loved it! especially "three musisions " ^0^

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luke - 4.25.2010 - 3:47 PM
i know it was good

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jeremy - 4.25.2010 - 3:46 PM
Truly a great exhibition! It really is amazing the way the pieces of the time period are brought together to not only tell the story of the artist and movement but also of the time during which the works were produced! It always brings me great joy coming to visit these special exhibitions. Thank you

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Chris Wojo - 4.25.2010 - 3:02 PM
it's interesting to step back and view the works of art from ferther away in the third room. some of the details you see up close merge into forms that seem to hold a greater meaning. I wonder what was going though the minds of some of the artists when they were creating these paintings. They have all passed away, but the thoughts and emotions they felt live on in each one of the pieces in the gallery. Thank you so much. I really enjoyed the exhibition!

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mikey - 4.25.2010 - 3:00 PM
I really liked the pieces in the entry room that were inspired by Picasso!

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Audrey Friedel - 4.25.2010 - 2:44 PM
This exhibit was great!

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Parpi Shogun - 4.25.2010 - 2:36 PM
i hear ya Jonathon Smithy

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Picasso - 4.25.2010 - 2:18 PM
Nice exhibit the art work was just breath taking it was better than i expected it to be

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Evan Allen - 4.25.2010 - 2:06 PM
Heck yeah music! Heck yeah rearrangements of music! Heck yeah PICASSO.

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Griffin - 4.25.2010 - 2:04 PM
Interesting take on art. the view of the world by someone else is very interesting. great exhibit.

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Manuel Vitoria - 4.25.2010 - 1:30 PM
Great exhibit!

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Ryan - 4.25.2010 - 1:29 PM
I loved seeing what was happening with other artists contemporary with Picasso. Thanks for educating me about the various artistic trends that occurred in the first half of the 20th century and how they were influenced by concurrent world events. Paris was a happening place!!! I would have liked to have been there. I love making collages (and colles) Now I know where this art form originated.

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verity - 4.25.2010 - 1:27 PM
I would have liked to see works from his blue period

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marcia - 4.25.2010 - 1:11 PM

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