This is agonising, as This book is based on a television series which can be viewed on YouTube here: A patron cannot be surrounded by music or poems in the same way as he is surrounded by his pictures. It is, therefore, second nature to me to reflect on the deeper issues within a work of art and to attempt to put it in context and I did not need Berger to state that.
A painting could speak to the soul --by way of what it referred to, but never by the way it envisaged.
The child looks and recognizes before it can speak. The sort of man in the seventeenth century for whom painters painted their paintings.
The way it is painted shows what it is about. His was an affirmative politics in this sense. However, my overall response to these observations and arguments can be deduced from my annotations in the margins of the text. They were never intended to be seen other than by the very few.
It is serendipitous that this column intends to be a bridge that can make you cross the river of images and John Berger was an inspiration for making it more accessible. One principal reason for my disappointment is that the book was written in and therefore before photographic art had taken the directions that I have difficulty with.
He cares deeply about politics. The implication was always that reality could be seen differently, and altered by our intervention. Life immediately marches away from them, leaving them as pure memory. By demonstrating, [protesters] manifest a greater freedom and independence--a greater creativity, even though the product is only symbolic--than they can ever achieve individually or collectively when pursuing their regular lives.
Selling something is about creating a desire and that desire is not here and now, it is sometime soon. He reminds the viewer to not only look, but to ask questions: Post-modernism was mere surface, which refused access to what lay beyond it.
The eye moves from fur to silk to metal to wood to velvet to marble to paper to felt, and each time what the eye perceives is already translated, within the painting itself, into the language of tactile sensation. The past is very present to me and has been for a very long time There is so much to think about in this tiny book and this short series of films.
This creativity may be desperate in origin, and the price to be paid for it high, but it temporarily changes their outlook. The soul, thanks to the Cartesian system, was saved in a category apart.
The opening to John Berger’s most famous written work, the book Ways of Seeing, offered not just an idea but also an invitation to see and know the world differently.
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