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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?

My favorite part was the gift shop

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hi - 4.1.2010 - 11:52 AM
Please bring an Andy Warhol exhibit, lot of money will come your way if you do, Many New yOrker, like myself, will co,e, so do it, its a win win situation

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Ciaran McGee - 4.1.2010 - 11:50 AM
I thought it was very boring

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Gwynivere - 4.1.2010 - 11:47 AM
ITS BEAST AND I LIKE CHEESE

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DDD - 4.1.2010 - 11:32 AM
LOVE PICASSSO. ALSO ENJOYED FRIDA KAHLO, MISSED SALVADOR DALI EXHIBIT BRING IT BACK.

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ANGEL VALDEZ - 4.1.2010 - 11:32 AM
GUD LOOKS

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ZZZ - 4.1.2010 - 11:29 AM
This museum was the bomb. I want to make a shout out to my family in dominican republic and amboy and old bridge..just kidding about old bridge.. lolpeace out my people

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Christopher Torres - 4.1.2010 - 11:29 AM
Great stuff and well shown as always by PMofA. I liked seeing contemporary works by other artists. Would have liked to have seen more from outside the collection.

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dave romine - 4.1.2010 - 11:23 AM
red room is fantastic, wonder how i would view paintings with additional visual stimulus. waiting for museums to break the white walls and make the entire room into a visual experience. doesn't take away from the works, if anything would make a show like this very accessible esp. to young people and those unfamiliar with fringe or challenging material like surrealism.

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rikyu - 4.1.2010 - 11:03 AM
There are no bad artists!! And every exhibition I attend is always an education. This is not my first Picasso. But I learned that, in my mind, his artworks are, with some notable exceptions, far from my favorites -- I enjoyed many of the other artists' works, shown with Picasso's (e.g. Leger, Duchamps, Apollinaire, Jacob, Lipschutz, Chagall, Ray) more than Picasso's. Perhaps many of the others are deeper thinkers -- think more about what they will paint or sculpt.

The exhibition was well put together, though a bit dark in spots and, in other areas, too much light reflection, leaving it difficult to really see some of the presentation.

All that said, thank you!

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Mel L. - 3.31.2010 - 8:42 PM
hello. i like cheeeeeeeeeeeese

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ESTHERLIKESJONASBROTHERS - 3.31.2010 - 4:45 PM
The exhibit presentation was very poorly lit, and there were too many pieces grouped to close together.

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Anonymous - 3.31.2010 - 4:09 PM
Loved the works and historical context.

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Jean Kountz - 3.31.2010 - 4:02 PM
The cubism gallery was amazing. Enjoyed the references to the other painters of the era and all the American artists that were touched by Picasso. Photos of the painters was the crowning touch

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MAryann - 3.31.2010 - 3:59 PM
i really enjoyed it, very inspiring ^______^

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casielle - 3.31.2010 - 3:46 PM
I though this this exibition displayed Picasso's works at their finest.To say the least, I was very intruiged.

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Joe - 3.31.2010 - 3:26 PM
Ot was very cool and fun.

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GiGI Volk - 3.31.2010 - 3:23 PM
I enjoyed the opportunity to see these important works compared with what was occurring (wars) during the creation of these works.

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Lisa - 3.31.2010 - 2:44 PM
:D this is cool

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Nia - 3.31.2010 - 2:44 PM
I like the artwork. It was cool. i am 11

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Nia - 3.31.2010 - 2:42 PM