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Almost laughably disappointing. Berger obviously has the best of intentions, but his analysis is amateurish at best, pathetically reactionary (almost to the point of seeming to... Read morePublished 4 months ago by jafrank
Great book I was very pleased to add this to my Kindle collection. It is very helpful and I have learned much.Published 4 months ago by John Mayo
I have learned more from John Berger than in a lot of my art history classes. This book is a must read for all art students and designers and artists everywhere! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Raven
Ways of seeing? more like MANY ways of seeing! this book really opens your eyes to different ways of seeing and many perspectives.Published 5 months ago by Hassan
Truly deepened the way I see art. I can hardly notice this was written in the seventies (although the videos that coincide with this book are a reminder). Read morePublished 6 months ago by killjoy.
Wow. I read a page and liked it. Had I known it would be a self righteous diatribe about the 'inadequacy of western thought towards women', I wouldn't have wasted my money. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Dead Eye Dick
a brief study of how we take a look at things.It is a good approach to our way of catching objetcs by means of our eyes.
this book is great for courses. and, it is great for reference. my happy to be an owner of this book.Published 10 months ago