Ways of Seeing

John Berger is an English novelist and critic who has written extensively on photography and visual arts. In 1972 he presented the tv series “Ways of Seeing” in BBC and published the homonym book. In both broadcast and book, Berger explains how the meaning of every image is created due to a set of social and political conventions and that as soon as this meaning becomes transmittable, it is susceptible to manipulations and transformations.
Here follows the first episode in 4 parts:

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