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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?

Impressionnante collection. Grand !Quid de Manuel Angeles Ortiz.Thanks for everything, I'll come back again.

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Gerard Bellet - 4.2.2010 - 8:04 PM
THe art is very significant and the way the museum placed the art told almost a story.

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Luis Chiarelli - 4.2.2010 - 7:49 PM
Thank you for explaining all these different phases in Picasso's life and exploring other Parisian artists works and styles.

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Pierre-Edouard - 4.2.2010 - 7:43 PM
An eye-opening exhibition, to see Picasso beyond cubism, and cubism beyond Picasso. Thank you for the great experience!

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Asri Wijayanti - Indonesia - 4.2.2010 - 7:27 PM
Again, as said before. Incredibly rude security. I understand the no re-entry requirement for such an exhibit, but the "Exit" is not clearly marked. As I went to look at the computer displays I was separated from my 83 year old mother, and was scolded as I tried to retrieve her. Train your security better. This is not the DMV.

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Francis - 4.2.2010 - 7:25 PM
It is just amazing that this museum can put an exhibition like this together--what riches!!

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Ron - 4.2.2010 - 7:19 PM
I was amazed by Leger's "The City". I've always liked the painting, but had no idea the scale and the impact of the noise, and fast pace that hits you standing in front of the real thing. No recreation can ever compare to seeing any real work of art!

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Ben - 4.2.2010 - 7:06 PM
The art in the first few galleries was virtually impossible for me to look at due to the fact that there was a loud concert happening in the atrium right outside the exhibit. Not only was it hard to hear the acoustiguide, but there was too much cacophony to feel calm looking at the art. I was also disappointed with the small percentage of Picasso pieces as opposed to others'. Oh well....

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Karen - 4.2.2010 - 7:04 PM
i missed some of his most famous works...

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ctrev - 4.2.2010 - 6:13 PM
more Dali!!!

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tommy d - 4.2.2010 - 5:33 PM
Pablo Picasso was very important to most of the artist that i've seen today. Most of their art work was made upon the ideals of his art work. Today i also have ideas from Picasso and i thank him. With the most respect thank you once again!

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Randell Cook - 4.2.2010 - 5:27 PM
i really liked all the pictures but i was a little sad theres not a lot of pocosso

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philip - 4.2.2010 - 5:11 PM
I LIKE THE THREE MEN PICTURE

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ROB - 4.2.2010 - 5:05 PM
i like the paint in 109 bECAUSE i like the bronze with the sugar cube

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tommy - 4.2.2010 - 5:04 PM
I loved it.t was great!!! I loved how you put the numbers on the things attached to the walls so we know what number to put in are audio guides!!!

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gabby - 4.2.2010 - 5:04 PM
Security Staff is rude, but exhibit is nice.

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Anonymous - 4.2.2010 - 5:01 PM
ENJOYED THE PICASSO EXHIBIT HOWEVER, I WOULD APPRECIATE THE MUSUEM LIMIT THE NUMBER OF TICKETS AT SHOWING SO THAT IT IS NOT SO CROWDED AND THE WORKS COULD BE APPREICATED

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ANITA - 4.2.2010 - 4:56 PM
IT WASN'T ENOUGH PICASSO, IF YOU CALL IT EXHIBIT OF PICASSO WORKS HAVE IT ENOUGH TO JUSTIFY THE PRICE AND LONG WAIT TIME

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SASHA - 4.2.2010 - 4:42 PM
absolutely marvelous exhibitas a major of the study of art this exhibit marveled me and truly opened my eye to the beauty of abstract art.AMAZING =)

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jessica k - 4.2.2010 - 4:39 PM
Shows a lot of cubism from idfferent artists which i thought was great

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Isaac - 4.2.2010 - 4:07 PM