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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?

Way to crowded! Did not enjoy

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Anonymous - 4.17.2010 - 5:37 PM
Tres bon.Es ist sehr gut.Muy bien.Very good.Ya nye pane mayo.

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Sir E. Brum - 4.17.2010 - 5:22 PM
Great... only three problems. 1) there is not enough audio in the beginning , 2) two much audio is crammed near the end and 3) Needs more Pablo!

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Eulalia11 - 4.17.2010 - 5:13 PM
I liked the civil war one and the Three Artists

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Kiran - 4.17.2010 - 5:07 PM
I would have liked the exibit to be less crowded with art work. Not less art work just more spaced out it was very crowded and hard to see the paintings. Also their should have been more seating I rarley got a chance to sit down and my feet are aching.

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Sam of New H0pe - 4.17.2010 - 4:49 PM
Saw the exhibit this week. In reviewing the discussion comments one stood out; those of George's 03-06-2010.
They are worth a look.
The point was made that he felt the intent of artists was to "... make the viewr think differently about art and how they view it."
Adding to that:
1. This is the motivation of curators as well with this show being a fine example of that.
2. Artists introducing the viewer to a different way of looking and thinking extends beyond the art to the world and our human experience of life in it; Picasso was a masterful in doing so.

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David - 4.17.2010 - 4:45 PM
It's absolutely amazing to think that all of these works were already in PMA.What a treasure we have in our city!

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SAM OF COLLINGSWOOD - 4.17.2010 - 4:37 PM

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tom - 4.17.2010 - 4:22 PM
Great Museum! I liked Picasso the best! I love the cubism! This was a very good exhibit.

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Julia - 4.17.2010 - 4:20 PM
This exhibit was very interesting, and enjoyable. I loved it.

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MEGAN ELIZABETH - 4.17.2010 - 4:20 PM
This was a very nice exhibit and I think that coming here was a VERY good idea.

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Charles John - 4.17.2010 - 4:18 PM
The people need a genuine artist today, to reveal the political landscape and expose extremists who have a dangerous and limited understanding of the 21st century.

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audrey - 4.17.2010 - 4:14 PM
I would like to see more of these paintings that the museum owns on display more often - not just stored in the basement or vaults

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sherrie - 4.17.2010 - 4:13 PM
It was nice but should be called simply Cubism... Picasso was a bit scarce but the pieces chosen form his work were awe inspiring.

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danielle from Atlanta - 4.17.2010 - 4:04 PM

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Julian - 4.17.2010 - 3:56 PM

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ann - 4.17.2010 - 3:52 PM
Museum was very interesting! I would put in more audio.

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Ari - 4.17.2010 - 3:33 PM
Tres bien

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Marcel Bergeron - 4.17.2010 - 3:17 PM
Saw lots of Picasso's works before here at the museum>but interesting to see it curated this way.

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Shandeo - 4.17.2010 - 2:44 PM
I love how the exhibition uses the other artists from this movement to go to and fro, showing how Picasso learned from seeing their work and took it to the next level each time.

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