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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?

Beautiful collection of picasso's masterpieces, although there are some lacking, like Guernica. they should have included more of Picasso's paintings and less American or French paintingsstill great and awe-inspiringole!

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Edu - 4.16.2010 - 5:18 PM
A wonderful recording of history through our senses remarkable and profound in paint. Woo hoo

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Susan McKee - 4.16.2010 - 4:57 PM
Gertrude Stein...Now that's one homely woman.

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Pick Axo - 4.16.2010 - 4:47 PM
We called in"Picasso!" to school and work to experience this as a family. Wonderful.

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wandika - 4.16.2010 - 3:47 PM
It was very interesting and inspiring!! It was incredible!!

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Anna - 4.16.2010 - 3:47 PM
Imagine what it would take in today's art world to have one artistic leader--a modern day Jean Cocteau-- declare the need for a "return to order" and gain the respect and stylistic efforts of the fellow art stars, and practitioners of the day--an obviously well trained and cultivated community that had never lost its sense of classicism and craftsmanship in spite of their revolutionary impact. This room in the exhibit adds dimension to our appreciation of the impact of Paris before the New York art world was ever born. Pick a date, an anniversary like a Armistice day, and your favorite rockstar artist. Could they pull it off?Thank you Michael for a beautiful and timely exhibit!Kinney

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Kinney F - 4.16.2010 - 3:27 PM
Cubism is quite busy especially when displayed in a base red room. Sometimes even overpowering.The return to traditional art was most pleasing after the cubism however, this does not mean that I did not enjoy the cubism.Abstract art (out of the box) is most interesting merely because it permits the artist to explore that which is not traditionally expected.

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Jon - 4.16.2010 - 3:23 PM
i thought it was really cool, especially the statues and the three musicians.

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vanilla - 4.16.2010 - 2:34 PM
its was ok, i guess. it was worth it to make my girlfriend happy.

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rocky b. - 4.16.2010 - 2:26 PM
I really liked the Dali but the rest was just ok.

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Jack Scullin - 4.16.2010 - 2:19 PM
After experiencing this exhibit, it was very interesting to view the impact of cubism on modern illustration, graphic and commercial arts...and even grafitti.

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Tessesract03 - 4.16.2010 - 2:12 PM
I think this exhibit was actually pretty cool, but there was some paintings that i wanted to hear about on the audio tour as well. My favorite painting-definitely the Three Musicians by Picasso. THAT WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!

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Muffin Man - 4.16.2010 - 2:09 PM
it was cool to learn a little more about Picasso's work... i saw a lot of paintings that I like and wanted to know more about but there was no audio. And it seemed as though a lot of his works were duplicated. There was a lot of minotaurs, violins and abstract shapes with nothing going on in the picture.

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Daniel Sheppard - 4.16.2010 - 2:08 PM
Magnificent! Thank you so much for the amazing experience. xoxoxoxoxo

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KA - 4.16.2010 - 2:04 PM
We saw an alien in one of the painting - it was hanging upside down

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JoJo - 4.16.2010 - 1:55 PM
Pablo stole all of my ideas!

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Leger - 4.16.2010 - 1:54 PM
Interesting to learn that the Cubism movement was a large collaborationof Artists. This was a great sequel to the Dali exhibit in 2005. I was verysatisfied with the presentation of the Surrealism movement; everything was there which I was looking for. Great Exhibit!

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Persistence (The Soft Watches) - 4.16.2010 - 1:26 PM
It was a step back in time. At first I saw way too many violins and abstract shapes, however once we dug deeper in fellow artists it was amazing.

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re0916 - 4.16.2010 - 1:00 PM
It was okay, at first it was cool but then it got boring. the pictures was confusinq and there was different artists in the piece and i didnt like it. piecee of ishhhh. blahhhhh

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gjsoiag - 4.16.2010 - 12:45 PM
this joint was bbbooorrriiinnnggg.

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lovely ladii - 4.16.2010 - 12:44 PM