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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?

You can tell from the comments who is had a genuine interest in the exhibit and who did not. Excellent exhibit from a different perspective.

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Susie C - 3.6.2010 - 4:25 PM
Very interesting exhibit, as a middle aged engineer it makes me think back to my younger days when I would have thought such art as ridiculously silly. Now when I look at it and hear the stories behind it, it make me think about it very differently. I can appriciate what the artists were trying to say with their various pieces. In essance that is ususually what they were trying to accomplish, to make the viewer think differently about art and how they viewed it.

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George - 3.6.2010 - 4:18 PM
Why was the term futurism never mentioned or discussed regarding Duchamp's "Nude Descending Staircase"? I feel as though it may have been an interesting point and also historically hinged itself to the mention of Surrealism.

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Chris Butler - 3.6.2010 - 4:07 PM
If I could take two works, they would be Sonia Delaunay-Trek "Prose on the Trans-Siberian train" and Picasso's "Girl with a Hairnet." If I could take three, I'd also take the bronze sculpture of titled Absinthe.Very good show.

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MARY BARGTEIL - 3.6.2010 - 3:35 PM
IM A DEVIL! WATCH OUT!

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THE WORLD BELOW - 3.6.2010 - 3:30 PM
IM AN ALLLIEN WATCH OUT !

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THE WORLD ABOVE - 3.6.2010 - 3:29 PM
Dear Picasso, The next time that you got a feelin of paintin sumthin yo gotta holla to me !!!!! YOUR GREAT DAWG!!!! ya know what i mean ?!??!"A penny saved is a penny earned!" ©-Bennjy (my boy) Franklin

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Jo JO SMithy - 3.6.2010 - 3:26 PM
hello all art fans well you were welcomed to a rockin world of arts and crafts and we enjoy it I LOVE THE naked painting they are so shape fuuly perfect great job ladies and picassoo hahahahahhahahahahahahaah were so alike tehhee go me ! IM a funcky child !! ZEBRAAAAA MON

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molly hope kellerfop - 3.6.2010 - 3:21 PM
Hey ally girl go eat some popcorn with a jelly bean because I love picasso ! blaaahhhh suppp

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Sophy Maute - 3.6.2010 - 3:17 PM
holla back picasso you know whats up

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ALLY MAUTE - 3.6.2010 - 3:16 PM
I loved it so dearly and i hate when people say they hated it because you spent your money on it ! woooowwww ! GO EAT LAVA!

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Jenny Hallowissko - 3.6.2010 - 3:13 PM
it REEKED sooooo much, now i hate art FOREVER!!!!!

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Anonymous - 3.6.2010 - 2:57 PM
I very very much enjoyed the naked portaits and architecture of the naked. It was very exciting! I can't wait to come back again to see them!!!!!! It makes me excited! I love naked portaits

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alisha hannah thompson - 3.6.2010 - 2:47 PM
I enjoyed this exhibit. It was a good lesson in cubism. Thanks for all the explanations in the audio. Thanks for all the great exhibit the museum produces.A proud PMA member,Janine

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Janine S. Domingues-Vasquez - 3.6.2010 - 2:44 PM
Interesting and provocative show. I learned so much and feel inspired to create a cubist work at home.

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Elise Epstein - 3.6.2010 - 2:31 PM
Picasso's very early academic creations would have established a solid launching off point to how dissimilar and "avant-garde" his style was. Glad the curators included Juan Gris who is often absent from most cubist discussions and exhibitions. The magnificence of Salon recreated room accented the spatial transition and permitted audiences to become recharged before moving into the later galleries. While Picasso is a predictable anchor and guaranteed "blockbuster," presenting the ripples of his contemporaneous influence proved rewarding.

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Laura Rugarber - 3.6.2010 - 2:15 PM
I thought it was wonderful. Very interesting - especially with regard to the inclusion of other artist's work from other artistic movements. Great array of work displayed here with an extraordinary amount of information

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Roni McDevitt - 3.6.2010 - 2:04 PM
It's fascinating how much each artist pulled from the others. This collection really made it clear just how a community of artists operates.

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Erin - 3.6.2010 - 1:59 PM
It was so great to be able to see all of these works in person, in conjunction with each other. I also really enjoyed the audio and being able to see Nude Descending a Staircase again.

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Judy - 3.6.2010 - 1:55 PM
Arch and Mademoiselle Pagany of Constantin Brancusi-Romanian, I liked that.

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georgiana - 3.6.2010 - 1:08 PM