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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?

It was a very interesting and educational exhibit. I discovered that modern art is very unique with all of the different styles and vary by time period. I think that it is a very beneficial exhibit for young students to view because it extends ones understanding of art and can help them to appreciate many different types and styles. Thank you so much for this wonderful, learning experience.Student, age 13

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Jade Hebling - 4.7.2010 - 2:56 PM
i thought the exhibit was very interesting and informational

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elizabeth wallace - 4.7.2010 - 2:02 PM
I thought the exhibit was very interesting. But I came here for Picasso...I had to search around the whole room for him. Also not enough audio for Picasso and extremely crowded. I could barely see the paintings over peoples heads! ( I am pretty short ) Besides all these negatives I really enjoyed the Picasso exhibit and cant wait for the next one!

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Chloe Wilson - 4.7.2010 - 11:24 AM
This exhibit was astonishing. I cried at every picture. Especially the ones with musical instruments in them. And they were everywhere.

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Bridgette Havisham - 4.7.2010 - 11:06 AM
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blah - 4.7.2010 - 10:55 AM
it was OK. some were interesting but some were boring. we really liked the nude ones

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mel - 4.7.2010 - 10:54 AM
i think that some of the more interesting paintings were at the end i also thought that the couch was one of the cooler things about this exhibit

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illiana reed - 4.7.2010 - 10:52 AM
Great works of art, would be good to see Picasso's blue period on show together with cubism to put the development in context to his progress as an artist.Scotland forever!

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Graeme - 4.6.2010 - 2:57 PM
The experience was very nice some of the pictures were very nice although most of the cubism is not my favorite style of art. Salvador Dali's portrait of spain during the war tearing itself apart was one of my favorites. Georges Raoault's Christ was my favorite it captured both the suffering and glory in the crucifixion both his humanity and his diety a beautiful piece of work

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ANDREA CRISTIANO - 4.6.2010 - 12:48 PM
Picasso is weird but Salvador Dali's painting of Spain was pretty cool. It's lame that you can't take pictures.

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Anonymous - 4.6.2010 - 12:43 PM
I enjoyed some of the work a lot. Late Picassos were great as well as the Legers. I did not use the headphones and wish it was not available. It causes people to crowd around a work and stay there for awhile. Not fun for viewing!

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Anonymous - 4.5.2010 - 12:33 PM
I thoroughly enjoyed seeing several "favorites", and seeing many artists together in one space. I especially liked the selection of Leger's work, and Delaunay. Thank you so much for this wonderful exhibit.

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tamara - 4.4.2010 - 5:24 PM
So many artists involved with cubism. They were so interrelated with each other from West to East (Chagall). The effect of WW1 on all. I have never seen a show bring so many elements together. Thank you.

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Robert P - 4.4.2010 - 5:21 PM
Very entertaining and a great idea to be included in this museum. It clearly appeals to people who enjoy all forms of art, as marked by the large amount of people there. It would be great if sketching was permitted, as well as the use of cameras sans-flash of course. I would have also liked tour guides or more knowledgeable staff walking around discussing the pieces as opposed to having to use the headphones, which were both bulky and annoying to carry around. Very fun exhibit that promoted the educational experience and provided an overall good time.

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Mr. X - 4.4.2010 - 4:39 PM
GREAT PIECES AND THE EXHIBIT IS GOOD OVERALL, BUT WAYYYYY TOO CROWDED. IT WOULD BE MUCH MORE ENJOYABLE AND WE'D BE ABLE TO SEE THE ART MORE IF THE STREAM ALLOWED IN WAS MORE CONSTRICTED. ALSO A MUSEUM ETIQUETTE ON THE INTRO OF YOUR TAPE MIGHT HELP. EG 0 DON'T STAND 10" IN FRONT OF A PAINTING, THEREBY BLOCKING IT FROM VIEW FOR EVERYONE ELSE IN THE MUSEUM.

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MELISSA M - 4.4.2010 - 3:46 PM
i am from massachusets i liked many of thesse paintings they were very good. i especially like the bullfight and the city and still life before an open window place ravignon my favoriters were pablo piccasso juan gris i really liked cubism

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katie - 4.4.2010 - 3:39 PM
I have always thought of cubism as being a Picasso/Bracque invention--I had no idea of its being filtered through the Salon Cubists to make it known to the general public. Fascinating.

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DON MARTIN - 4.4.2010 - 2:38 PM
AN INTERESTING EXHIBIT, BUT NOT ENOUGH ABOUT PICASSO, SHOULD HAVE HAD A LESS MISLEADING NAME. A TIMED EXHIBIT COMPOSED OF ALL THE MUSEUMS HOLDINGS?

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LENORE - 4.4.2010 - 1:09 PM
the exhibit was really, good... but the apple computers they have here to write your comments are over-the-top... I likely... and wanty!

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bob - 4.4.2010 - 12:33 PM
i loved the cubism pictures

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Alan - 4.4.2010 - 12:17 PM