According to John Berger, when we see a work of art, ‘We leave it, carrying away in our consciousness something which we didn’t have before…. What we take away with us – on the most profound level,’ Berger suggests, ‘is the memory of the artist’s way of looking at the world.’ This creates meaning and […]
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