“Seeing comes before words.”*
John Berger, the British critic, novelist and screenwriter whose groundbreaking 1972 television series and book, “Ways of Seeing,” declared war on traditional ways of thinking about art and influenced a generation of artists and teachers, died on Monday at his home in the Paris suburb of Antony. He was 90.
Ways of Seeing should be in every artist and designer’s library (*the title of this post is the first sentence from the book).
I still have the copy I bought in college on my book shelf.