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 5 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 5 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 6 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 7 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.