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Cataract By John Berger

Cataract by John Berger

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Cataract by John Berger

'Cataract from Greek kataraktes, meaning waterfall or portcullis, an obstruction that descends from above.' Notes and reflections by one of our great soothsayers of seeing, John Berger, on the minor miracle of cataract surgery. With drawings by the Turkish artist Selcuk Demirel. 'If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, infinite.' - William Blake

About John Berger

John Berger is a storyteller, essayist, novelist, screenwriter, dramatist and critic. He is one of the most internationally influential writers of the last fifty years, who has explored the relationships between the individual and society, culture and politics and experience and expression in a series of novels, bookworks, essays, plays, films, photographic collaborations and performances, unmatched in their diversity, ambition and reach. His television series and book Ways of Seeing revolutionised the way that Fine Art is read and understood. Selcuk Demirel was born in Artvin on May 18, 1954. His first drawings were published when he was a high school student in Ankara (1973). Later, which studying to be an architect, he continued to publish his work in some of the leading newspapers and magazines. He moves to Paris in 1978 and still lives there. His work ranges from book illustrations, magazine covers, albums of drawings to children's books, postcards and posters. His books have been published in many European countries as well as in Japan. He's also held many personal exhibitions all over the world.

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Cataract by John Berger
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