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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. I loved the different types of paintings and sculptors. Though it was to crowded i really enjoyed it and would come back again any time!!!

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Sylvia Biscoveanu - 4.11.2010 - 4:33 PM
I really enjoyed the exhibit, Picasso is one of my favorite artists and this was very well done! I like how it wasn't just Picasso and had different abstract artists. Overall a well done exhibit despite it being crowded.

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Nick Pipino - 4.11.2010 - 4:33 PM
it was pretty cool, wish it wasn't so crowded...

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Tarah Laurent - 4.11.2010 - 4:30 PM
this was amazing but just too much i am still overwhelmed I wish this could have been cut into 3 different exibitions.

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Anonymous - 4.11.2010 - 4:17 PM
Loved the exhibit, but felt that it was too crowded to get the full feeling of Picasso's work. The Dali, the painting of the sailboats, and the painting of Christ in theJewish garmet were my favorites. Also, they called the bullfighters matadors, which is not the correct term. The real term is torero.

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Bill - 4.11.2010 - 4:00 PM
It is so interesting .. :DGood! I liked it!

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Dayoung Seo - 4.11.2010 - 4:00 PM
What an excellent exhibit to display the profound impact that Picasso's art had on the world. Through examining synthetic cubism, industrial cubism and then to a "call to order", surrealism, Picasso did an incredible job looking at the world in a new perspective, speaking out via art against war and destruction and giving us all new eyes in which to see the world. Thank you for this exhibit and to all the sponsors for making it come to life.

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Joannah - 4.11.2010 - 3:46 PM
Enjoyed it immensely- .They need to restrict the numbers of people a bit more- too crowded. Also- need more benches for people who need to sit more often.

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Roselee - 4.11.2010 - 3:42 PM
i thought it was cool, there wasnt as much picasso as i thought there would be. i like jean gris the best. it was a little boring though.. i wish there were more comfy places to sit also.

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jared - 4.11.2010 - 3:27 PM
I enjoyed the piece by Dali

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Anonymous - 4.11.2010 - 3:16 PM
THEY NEED WOR CONFY SEATS

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DAVID HELLER - 4.11.2010 - 2:49 PM
I LIKED IT

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DAVID HELLER - 4.11.2010 - 2:48 PM
The room painted red was one of the most visually spectacular displays I have seen in any exhibit

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Jeff - 4.11.2010 - 2:40 PM
I really enjoyed his art but I wish it included some of his blue period works.

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Melinda - 4.11.2010 - 2:24 PM
I ENJOYED THIS EXHIBITION LEARNING HOW CULTURE AFFECTS US AS HUMANS AND HOW WE EXPRESS THOSE EMOTIONS INTO ART.

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SOFIA HOZ DE VILA - 4.11.2010 - 2:07 PM
Saw the matisse picasso exhibit in new york when it was traveling, the collection you have put together here was equally impressive, thank you, traveled from NYC to see it, great commentary.

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v - 4.11.2010 - 1:58 PM
John Gray hols up very well...who knew?!Also like the drama in the Salon Cubism display, with the dramatic shift in wall color.

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Sue Veneer - 4.11.2010 - 1:42 PM
NOT ENOUGH PICASSO, BUT I AM SURE THAT THAT'S BEEN SAID ALREADY. WONDERFUL JUAN GRIS AND BRACQUE. TOO MANY PIECES THA SEEMED, QUITE FRANKLY, INFERIOR. THE COMMENTARY WAS SO PRESUMPTUOUS AND I AM REALLY NOT INTERESTED IN WHICH WERE HIS FAVORITE PAINTINGS. IT COPULD HAVE BEEN SO MUCH BETTER, AND THIS MUSEUM HAS DONE SO MUCH BETTER IN THE PAST.

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CHERYL - 4.11.2010 - 1:07 PM
great exhibition, you did not mention the impact of african art on Picassos work

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diana - 4.11.2010 - 12:58 PM
I think that cubism wouldve been really interesting to understand if the less abstract images were placed before the original and more radical of Picasso and others. Great exhbition nonetheless

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Juan Antonio de Santizo - 4.11.2010 - 12:56 PM