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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?

more dali!!

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rick ashly - 4.4.2010 - 12:11 PM
I thought that dali was more interresting than picasso, but i guess a whole exibit on dali would be pretty limited to surerealism only

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Dylan - 4.4.2010 - 12:06 PM
LIKED THE FACT THAT THE EXIBIT SMELLS OF SHEEP

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42 - 4.4.2010 - 12:03 PM
I liked the exsibit as a whole (althought my parents say i rushed through the exsibit)but expeshaly the red room.

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Erik Edwards - 4.4.2010 - 11:44 AM
I FOUND THE EXIBIT InTERESTING, HOWEVER THERE WEERE NOT THAT MANY WORKS BY PICASSO HIMSELF AND SOME WORK BY OTHER ARTSTS WAS NOT RElated to his work at all. All in all I would Give this Exibit a 7.5 out of10

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ANONY MOUS - 4.4.2010 - 11:39 AM
I THOUGHT THE CULMINATION AND DIVERSITY OF PARISIAN ARTISTRY WAS EXCEPTIONAL. I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED GETTING TO SEE SOME WORKS FROM PARISIAN ARTISTS THAT I HAVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE......VERY EXCITING. GREAT JOB TO ALL FOR THE FANTASTIC ORGANIZATION OF THIS EXHIBIT.

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MELISSA - 4.4.2010 - 11:29 AM
So glad I finally got to see this wondersul show. Formerly not a big fan of cubism, I was totally converted; the use of line and space is consistently spectacular!

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Maxine - 4.4.2010 - 11:15 AM
I THOUGHT THE EXHIBIT DOES A VERY NICE JOB OF HIGHLIGHTING THE WORK OF JEAN GRIS AND HIS TREMENDOUS CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD OF ART.

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AL F OF BEAUTIFUL MEDFORD NJ - 4.3.2010 - 7:04 PM
I REALLY INJOYED THIS IT WAS VERY GOOOD ND NICE ND IT WAS ALOT OF NICE PAINTINGS I HOPE I COULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS AND THESE ARTEST REALLY WENT FAR AND THE WORKED HARD TO GET HERE WHERE THEY ARE SO YEA AND THANKS FOR THIS........I HAD A GREAT BIRTHDAY..APRIL 3RD

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BRANDI - 4.3.2010 - 6:15 PM
I JUST FELT LIKE TYPING SOMETHING 1

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JEFF SYKES - 4.3.2010 - 5:57 PM
MARC CHAGALL WAS SAID TO BE A RUSSIAN ARTIST. IT IS ESPECIALLY SAD TO HEAR THAT TODAY WHEN BELARUS (NOT BELARUSSIA) IS AN INDEPENDENT COUNTRY. MARC CHAGALL IS A GREAT ARTIST OF BELARUS AND IT WOULD GREAT TO HEAR THIS IN THIS EXHIBITION.THANKS!

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VOLHA - 4.3.2010 - 5:38 PM
DELIGHTFUL SHOW AND BRESAKING IT UP INTO PERIODS WAS HIGHLY INFORMATIVE. AS A SCULPTOR, I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO HAVE SEEN MORE OF PICASSOS SCULPTURES.

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RICHARD WEINER PHD, ABPP - 4.3.2010 - 4:56 PM
WONDERFUL WORK, AMAZING HOW ONE MAN CAN SHAPE SO MANY

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DAVE - 4.3.2010 - 4:32 PM
INSPIRING!

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Oscar Perez - 4.3.2010 - 4:23 PM
Picasso- What a life force !

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RJF - 4.3.2010 - 4:21 PM
Wonderful. A rare gift to see so many works with such authoritative commentary. This museum is one of our city's treasures.

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MSG - 4.3.2010 - 3:57 PM
Very nice.

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Rick A - 4.3.2010 - 3:36 PM
i thought it was too difficult for children to learn about french paintings of the avant-garde period.

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Lydia - 4.3.2010 - 3:08 PM
All is well done and audio was well done bigger

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Nancy - 4.3.2010 - 2:48 PM
It's wonderful that you took so many of these works out of the closet and other galleries and organized them in this way.

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Anonymous - 4.3.2010 - 2:45 PM