John Berger (1926) - English art critic, novelist, painter and poet. Photo by Jean Mohr

John Berger (1926) - English art critic, novelist, painter and poet. Photo by Jean Mohr

สารคดีชุด Ways of Seeing (1972) โดย John Berger

สารคดีชุด Ways of Seeing (1972) โดย John Berger

John Berger. This is pretty perfect to me. The shadowing, a sense of interesting place, something to do with the hands that is buyable.

John Berger: ‘If I’m a storyteller it’s because I listen’

John Berger. This is pretty perfect to me. The shadowing, a sense of interesting place, something to do with the hands that is buyable.

'Berger is one of the most influential British intellectuals of the past 50 years, still best known for his seminal book of art criticism, Ways of Seeing, which was published in 1972 and has shaped the thinking of at least two generations of artists and students. From as far back as 1958, though, when he wrote his first novel, A Painter In Our Time, he was dealing with exile and displacement, which, has since become one of the defining political and social issues of our time.'

A radical returns

'Berger is one of the most influential British intellectuals of the past 50 years, still best known for his seminal book of art criticism, Ways of Seeing, which was published in 1972 and has shaped the thinking of at least two generations of artists and students. From as far back as 1958, though, when he wrote his first novel, A Painter In Our Time, he was dealing with exile and displacement, which, has since become one of the defining political and social issues of our time.'

A life in quotes: John Berger | Books | The Guardian

A life in quotes: John Berger

John Berger on Ways of Seeing, being an artist, and Marxism (2011) - Newsnight archives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5y7QRt2bws

John Berger on Ways of Seeing, being an artist, and Marxism (2011) - Newsnight archives https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5y7QRt2bws

John Berger: Understanding a Photograph

John Berger: Understanding a Photograph

A woman is always accompanied, except when quite alone, and perhaps even then, by her own image of herself. While she is walking across a room or weeping at the death of her father, she cannot avoid envisioning herself walking or weeping. John Berger

Why we still need John Berger’s Ways of Seeing

A woman is always accompanied, except when quite alone, and perhaps even then, by her own image of herself. While she is walking across a room or weeping at the death of her father, she cannot avoid envisioning herself walking or weeping. John Berger

The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger

The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger (DVD)

The Seasons In Quincy: Four Portraits Of John Berger

Case Closed! Neuroanatomy (Workbook) (Paperback) (Warren Berger & John Berger)

Case Closed! Neuroanatomy (Workbook) (Paperback) (Warren Berger & John Berger)

"What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time.", John Berger

"What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time.", John Berger

John Berger: ‘If I’m a storyteller it’s because I listen’

John Berger: ‘If I’m a storyteller it’s because I listen’

On the eve of his birthday, one of the most influential writers of his generation talks about migration, Brexit, growing old – and his fondness for texting

Landscapes: John Berger on Art

Landscapes: John Berger on Art

De A para X : una historia en cartas / John Berger.  A'ida vive en una ciudad polvorienta y destartalada. Su amante Xavier, insurgente, ha sido encarcelado. Resueltas, sensuales y tiernas, las cartas de A'ida a su enamorado hablan del día a día de la ciudad. A medida que un poder sin rostro la invade, los detalles más pequeños y las muestras de humanidad –un baile íntimo, una comida compartida– se convierten en verdaderos actos de resistencia contra las fuerzas que, de otro modo, les…

De A para X : una historia en cartas / John Berger. A'ida vive en una ciudad polvorienta y destartalada. Su amante Xavier, insurgente, ha sido encarcelado. Resueltas, sensuales y tiernas, las cartas de A'ida a su enamorado hablan del día a día de la ciudad. A medida que un poder sin rostro la invade, los detalles más pequeños y las muestras de humanidad –un baile íntimo, una comida compartida– se convierten en verdaderos actos de resistencia contra las fuerzas que, de otro modo, les…

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