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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 enjoyed the exhibit very much. my favorite paintings were from Villon and Picabia. I would love prints of each and I enjoyed the the color spectrum of them all.

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Iman Floyd-Carroll - 2.21.2010 - 12:12 PM
it was a good exhibit .

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Xavier Carroll - 2.21.2010 - 12:08 PM
I did not have a favorite thing in the exhibit. They were all beautiful but I liked the colorful ones. I had never seen works like this.

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Noah the waffle man...of venus - 2.21.2010 - 12:05 PM
I liked some of the works but not all of them were what I expected. I had never seen some of them and liked most of it. Some of them were sad and colorless. But the ones I liked were the ones with the most color. Picasso must have been a strange guy.I wonder if he liked waffles

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david the mighty dragon slayer - 2.21.2010 - 11:59 AM
It was amazing, every thing had so much thought in to it.

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zora rose - 2.21.2010 - 11:58 AM
outstanding collection. The groupings were excellent and the addition of Chagall made it perfect. Great combination of art and history.

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Barry Grossman - 2.21.2010 - 11:47 AM
i think it was a very good exhibit. i especially like the painting by charles demooth. *number 111.* it was s o cool.

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Perri - 2.21.2010 - 11:39 AM
I thought that the exhibit was a great experience and was worth the time.

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dana - 2.21.2010 - 11:39 AM
Picasso is my first exhibit and I loved it!

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Valentina L - 2.21.2010 - 11:20 AM
Extremely insightful compilation and commentary -- enjoyed the layout and the musical choices too. Kudos.

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Bryan - 2.20.2010 - 4:46 PM
I was disappointed at the lack of famous works by Picasso, but I was intrigued to learn the history of cubism and to be introduced to works of other cubists like Juan Gris.

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Brett - 2.20.2010 - 4:45 PM
I loved it. It was so cool. My favorite was the untitled painting by Miro. Thank you.

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SOPHIE MURRAY - 2.20.2010 - 4:28 PM
i really liked it. would do it again!!

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lucy - 2.20.2010 - 4:27 PM
WE THOROUGHLY ENJOYED THIS EXHIBIT. THE AUDIO PRESENTATIONSWERE EXCELLENT WITH MEANINGFUL IMPLICATIONS , EASILYUNDERSTOOD

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MR. - 2.20.2010 - 4:18 PM
Fantastic. Thank you.

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Carol Aronoff - 2.20.2010 - 4:13 PM
i thought that the exhibit was amazing. all the paintings in it were astounding, they blew me away! I liked the one where there was a lady drinking tea with a teaspoon. It was astonishing the way the artists interpreted the things they drew.

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alex - 2.20.2010 - 4:12 PM
A member should not need to wait in line 20 minutes and be crowded like cattle to see works already in the museum's collection

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Anonymous - 2.20.2010 - 4:04 PM
This made me want to be an artist, instead of a @

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Joey - 2.20.2010 - 4:02 PM
I was very excited to see this show after the mind expanding presentation last year of artists that related to Cezanne and how the works played against one another. I was startled to take in the vastness of this collection and was awakened to artists I am familiar with such as Leger and Duchamp in a new and sublime way. Thank you for the careful consideration of the historical significance of the artists in this show and the expansive nature of relating artists from all over the world as they converged in Paris. I learned an incredible amount and have much more to pursue about these artists. Thank you for an informative and inspiring exhibition.

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Rita Lynn Lyman - 2.20.2010 - 3:48 PM
WE ALWAYS ENJOY THE EXHIBITIONS OF PICASSO AND FRIENDS. PLUS THE SCULPTUES OND THE HISTORY OF THE VARIOUS ARTISTS.

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FRANK - 2.20.2010 - 3:38 PM