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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?

the exhibit was very confusing because the pictures didn't look like real objects. other than that it was good. i think the red room was my favorite. it was an interseting exhibit but the style of art wasn't my favorite. i think picasso had a lot of skill but painted confusing pictures. i wouldn't come back to this exhibit because it was too boring and confusing.

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Emma K - 4.2.2010 - 12:25 PM
I thought that the exibit was very confusing till i stood looking at the cubism paintings for a while then i started to realize what the artists meant for them to be. it was very interesting to look at but i wish that there had been more of piccaso's work because it was annoying to read all the names and wonder who these people were.

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Annie - 4.2.2010 - 12:24 PM
I very much enjoyed this exhibition. its taken me a long time to understand what picasso was trying to achieve with cubism and its refreshing to see other interpretations of his principles and ideas. I was very much enthralled in the Marcell Duchamp pieces. the earth tones and subtle points of energy helped me draw my eye through it and gave me for the lack of better words, the chills. excellent show! would very much do it again!

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Daniel Schmeidler - 4.2.2010 - 12:19 PM
I found the exhibit to be very interesting. It really made me contemplate cubism and think about how all of the art here can influence my art. Lovely exhibit.

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Jamiee - 4.2.2010 - 12:17 PM
I think the context is what substances he was under the influence of but if I was a non user I would think the cubist paintings and perspective to be foreign and bazzare but truely I do enjoy it personally

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Anonymous - 4.2.2010 - 11:57 AM
This exhibit made me realize what a fun guy Picasso was (at least in his early life). The Modern Lovers were right.

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C. Sims - 4.2.2010 - 11:55 AM
I would love to see an exhibit that showcases Picasso's non-cubist paintings.

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Anonymous - 4.2.2010 - 8:01 AM
One hour and a half is not enough time to see the exhibition in detail. The 3:30 to 5:00 time slot was very tight. Wonderful feast for the eyes, and interesting history!Thank you!

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Susan Zoë - 4.1.2010 - 5:03 PM
i like it alot (:insperational.im gonna go home and paint something now.

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Anonymous - 4.1.2010 - 3:59 PM
should be a regular exhibit in the museum

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Zach - 4.1.2010 - 3:46 PM
I love Picasso - thank you for this.

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Jania - 4.1.2010 - 3:44 PM
good, but would have liked to see more of picasso's work....My God daughter particularly enjoyed it!

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anonymous - 4.1.2010 - 3:38 PM
Lovely exhibition. A bit too crowded on Thursday. But worth dealing with the crowds.

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Pablo - 4.1.2010 - 3:32 PM
thank you. it was interesting. I hope to come bak and have fun here again!

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JAck - 4.1.2010 - 3:29 PM
I like the artwork. I like picasso artwork.

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Maya - 4.1.2010 - 3:23 PM
hey picccasso you are a very nice man

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Jordan - 4.1.2010 - 3:15 PM
the red room was my favorite

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Schyler - 4.1.2010 - 3:12 PM
brilliantly curated.

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a heyman - 4.1.2010 - 3:06 PM
I really enjoyed the cubism in the red room. I usually bypass this art. It made me stop and think. thank you

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Janine - 4.1.2010 - 3:01 PM
This people are all crackheads

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edd - 4.1.2010 - 3:01 PM