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Watch John Berger’s Amazing “Ways Of Seeing”

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Designlab John Berger was an English artist, writer, novelist, and critic whose 1972 TV series and accompanying essay, both entitled Ways of Seeing, became essential reading for students of art and art history. In Ways of Seeing, Berger, who died earlier this year at the age of 90, draws on another famous essay, “The Work of Art in The Age of Mechanical Reproduction”, by cultural critic and Frankfurt School philosopher, Walter Benjamin (1892–1940). He is also much influenced by the

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