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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?

I'm always amazed by the similarity of Picasso's and Braque's work.

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Harriet Kessler - 2.21.2010 - 2:53 PM
The exhibit was a beautiful depiction of art, history and culture. The inclusion of Picasso's fellow contemporary cubists and other artists residing in Paris during the same period made the exhibit even more exciting and real. Overall a wonderful way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

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David Burke - 2.21.2010 - 2:45 PM
This exhibit was wonderful, comprehensive and thoughtful. I learned many new things today.

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teresa - 2.21.2010 - 2:25 PM
Very rich and enjoyable program. We are glad that we visited

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stuart and Beverly - 2.21.2010 - 2:21 PM
Fascinating effort to ground art in history. I love the idea. Unfortunately, it ignores the Jewishness of many of the artists. The accompanying text of the last gallery is most disturbing. It waxes eloquent about Picasso's misfortunes in occupied Paris while commenting that Lipchitz (unlike other?) considered Jews innocent victims of the war. As a daughter of Holocaust survivors, I am left with a bitter taste in my mouth and unpleasant thoughts.

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Judith Apter Klinghoffer - 2.21.2010 - 2:17 PM
I particularly enjoyed how the commentary featured two different people. I found both opinions fascinating. The Three Musicians was amazing to see in person.

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Jordan - 2.21.2010 - 2:08 PM
i loved the exhibit because i enjoy modern art and cubism over traditional art. i absolutely love all the different works with the image of the violin and the audio tour was very informative!

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Madeline - 2.21.2010 - 2:08 PM
Well done..

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Vinny - 2.21.2010 - 2:04 PM
enjoyed the art and its display; found the audio guide superficial and disappointing (sorry)- the speakers should refer to some of Jeffrey Weiss' popular cultural comments to enrich the explanation of some of the themes and references to the times.

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allen - 2.21.2010 - 1:57 PM
enjoyed the art and its display; found the audio guide superficial and disappointing (sorry)- the speakers should refer to some of Jeffrey Weiss' popular cultural comments to enrich the explanation of some of the themes and references to the times.

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allen - 2.21.2010 - 1:57 PM
i think it was good and i have never been so inspired

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Ella Pokrifka - 2.21.2010 - 1:46 PM
Sorry to have missed a sample of Picasso's earliest work - which seems so technically proficient. Smart comments about Leger and the CityNot much about Picasso's works about women - not suitable for a general audience I guess. The comments about a 'return to order' seem too strong to me. Braque's nude isn't my idea of pleasing to the idea; and Picasso's sketch seems more like a poke in order's eye than any commitment to it.

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greg - 2.21.2010 - 1:35 PM
I really liked the sculptures and the cubism pieces with eye catching color. Picasso's Three Musicians was very cool.

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Sarah - 2.21.2010 - 1:29 PM
my feet hurt but it was worth it. loved the exhibit :)

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miss jay - 2.21.2010 - 1:28 PM
I thought this exhibit was fabulous! Some stand outs for me...Picasso's self portrait, The Three Musicians and a very large painting by Marc Chagall...."Half Past Three"I also enjoyed seeing all of the paintings by various artists who were inspired by Picasso and what was happening in Paris. Robert Daulaney was another stand out artist for me.Bravo! ChristinaBucks County, Pa.

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Christina Donatelli Nickey - 2.21.2010 - 1:06 PM
Very nice showing. Was hoping for more Picasso

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Mark from NY - 2.21.2010 - 12:55 PM
Really liked the exhibition.

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Renate - 2.21.2010 - 12:45 PM
MY FAVORITE IS THE MAN IN THE CAFE. VERY COOL.

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JOHN STAHL - 2.21.2010 - 12:26 PM
This was one of many excellent exhibit I've seen here. I might suggest that the audio also include the written narratives of the periods per room. That way a person can easily mingle through the room while also hearing what the era represents. I love this museum

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A MEMBER - 2.21.2010 - 12:16 PM
Very exciting exhibition. I enjoyed seeing the connections between the artists during a given period and the developments over time. Although the theme is Picasso, and his work dominates the show, the works of other artists were particularly interesting in relation to Picasso's work and that of the others.

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John D - 2.21.2010 - 12:13 PM