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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?

This exhibit was a collection of peices that made me think more about art than I usually do.

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Alfalfa - 4.24.2010 - 3:46 PM
Very nice though I wish there was more Picasso on display.

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JCR - 4.24.2010 - 3:38 PM
I may have only seen a few others but this exhibit was great. I enjoy being able to look at more than just paintings or just sculptures so i enjoyed the diversity and of course Picasso is a gret artist himself.

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Matt - 4.24.2010 - 3:06 PM
we enjoyed watching our 75 year old mom, a picasso lover, as much as we loved the artwork in this wonderful exhibit. inspiring on many levels.

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the corn sisters - 4.24.2010 - 3:01 PM
NO CATALOG!!!! WHAT A SHAME, I WOULD HAVE SPENT $50 ON ONE.... =(

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Angeles - 4.24.2010 - 3:01 PM
The exhibit was very cool, lots of interesting paintings and the art work was amazing. Great job on the exhibit, looking forward to coming back for another exhibit.

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Natalie - 4.24.2010 - 2:58 PM
I was surprised to find that my favorite part of the exhibit was not his paintings, but a work called "Man With A Lamb." I could feel the tension in the bronze as it pays homage to all who sacrificed their lives in war.

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Jon - 4.24.2010 - 2:53 PM
overwhelming!! enjoyed 3 hours of art, thank you for putting this exhibit together, I will remember it forever.

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Angeles - 4.24.2010 - 2:49 PM
My daughters and I enjoyed the exhibit! Nice to see Pablo on this side of the Atlantic.

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Stacey - 4.24.2010 - 2:30 PM
Very interesting works and would definatly come again.

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TIMMY - 4.24.2010 - 2:03 PM
This is an amazing exhibit! I was often overwhelmed by the amount of work that was displayed. One could easily spend an entire day viewing and reviewing the art. The exhibit was well thought out and it put the Picasso and his contemporaries in context the what was going on in the world.I only wish the exhibit could remain as a permanent exhibition or a many for another year.

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IRIS - 4.24.2010 - 2:01 PM
AS ALWAYS, A GREAT EXHIBIT. I HATE TO ADMIT IT BUT I THOUGHT THAT JOAN MIRO WAS A WOMAN.EACH TIME I COME TO THE MUSEUM I GAIN A DEEPER APPRECIATION OF ART AND THE RICHNESS IT BRINGS TO MY LIFE.

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ED - 4.24.2010 - 1:51 PM
i liked very much i thought the art was very interesting and pretty colors

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louise - 4.24.2010 - 1:44 PM
i thought it was kind of boring but thats just my opion

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bob - 4.24.2010 - 1:43 PM
i liked all the art it was funn :) i liked the sculpture with the skinny chin and small mouthh :)

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allegra - 4.24.2010 - 1:41 PM
it was very wonderful and i like the sculpture of the dude wit a small mouth and skinny chin it was my favorite i like the name pablo:) yay

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allegra - 4.24.2010 - 1:39 PM
I expected a bit more but overall it was good!!! def looking forward to renoir!!!!!!

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GREG - 4.24.2010 - 1:34 PM
SALVADOR DALI

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D - 4.24.2010 - 1:31 PM
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TRIPPER SUTTON - 4.24.2010 - 1:10 PM
" IF I AM MISSUNDERSTOOD THAN I AM NOT UNDERSTOOD"--JAMES SUTTON

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James Sutton - 4.24.2010 - 1:10 PM

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