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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?

Kudos to the Curator–Terrific show!!!!!!

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les Gallo - 3.5.2010 - 3:28 PM
this is so cool i really like that at the end there are apply computer but i wish i would go on the internet with it but the exibte was really good i thought it was interesting need for number things

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joe - 3.5.2010 - 3:17 PM
Excellent show, congratulations to the Curator. One remark, if I may, about the Marie Laurencin painting called "Petites Filles Modeles" and the accompanying posted comment : Although this comment may be true, I wonder if the word "modele" is understood as it is, an ironic comment: "Les Petites Filles Modeles" was written by Comtesse de Segur in 1858, and the title in French means "the good little girls". To go from "modele" as a model of decency to "modele" as in "mondaine" is big step, and could have been mentioned on the poster.

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Francois - 3.5.2010 - 3:12 PM
This was a great exhibit. Hope I will be able to complete my assignment after going to this exhibit. When paying for a ticket we should be able to come within any time during the day to see the exhibit.

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Jazzy - 3.5.2010 - 2:24 PM
IN MY DREAMS I COULD NOT CREATE THE BEAUTY LAID OUT FROM THEIR IMAGINATION AND TALENT. I HAVEN'T THE WORDS TO EXPRESS ALL THAT I HAVE SEEN IN ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY.

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NEIL EFROS - 3.5.2010 - 1:52 PM
Would like to see more of Picasso's work .(Like "Des Meussmells de avingion " ) Thanks .

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Adi - 3.5.2010 - 1:41 PM
it was ok but they should have a pop art exhibit

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me - 3.5.2010 - 11:59 AM
we had an EXCELLENT time at the exhibition. not baaaad... ^^

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shelly and dae - 3.5.2010 - 11:43 AM
could have used more Picasso works seeing how it was a Picasso titled exhibit

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Steve - 3.5.2010 - 9:25 AM
More audio about the work would be enjoyable.

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Jessica - 3.4.2010 - 4:30 PM
As a MFA student, I am starting to question the role of the university and how important it is to establish the approval of others. Picasso and other artists I have seen today have been ridiculed about their working not meeting standards at of the time. However, as time passes, the true nature of the work comes out.

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TFDearing - 3.4.2010 - 4:29 PM
it would have been very nice to see the picture of the female bathers of Avignre (sic?). it was referenced in the beginning of the exhibit and was one of Picasso's major works.

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mary arden - 3.4.2010 - 4:09 PM
Such an incredible display of Picasso and other great Spanish artists of his time. The exhibit set-up is fantastic, simple and interesting layouts of the pieces, with...of course the Three Musicians anchoring the exhibit. The audio tour was interesting and informative. We really enjoyed the work...and the Dali piece...WOW!

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Mike D'Andrea - 3.4.2010 - 1:04 PM
I could have seen the great evolution process of cubism!Thanx!

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kyoko - 3.4.2010 - 12:51 PM
FABULOUS!! BETTER THAN WHAT I SAW IN EUROPE.EDUCATIONAL, POLITICALLY INTERCONNECTED WITH WORLD EVENTS OF THE TIME WHICH HELPS TO EXPLAIN THE ARTISTS' COMPOSITIONS.HOPE MANY WILL VIEW THIS OUTSTANDING EXHIBIT!THANK YOU!

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KATHLEEN - 3.4.2010 - 11:37 AM
The assault of junk in the museum store at the end of this magnificent art is always jarring.

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Nicole - 3.4.2010 - 10:30 AM
Beautiful. Chronological organization makes it educational as well as breathtaking. Three musicians is phenomenal and a little heartbreaking.

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Steve-Harrisburg, PA - 3.3.2010 - 2:56 PM
Excellent exhibit - although we have heard and thought we knew about Picasso, this exhibit showed much more insight into the artist and not so much about his famed personal life!!Thanks for the experience!

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Tressie Rooks - 3.3.2010 - 1:13 PM
Fewer tickets at each time slot would make the exhibits more enjoyable.

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Gary Reynolds - 3.3.2010 - 12:39 PM
I agree with Joe.

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Noah - 3.3.2010 - 12:32 PM