By John Berger
While he stands ahead of Giorgione's los angeles Tempesta, John Berger sees not just the portray yet our complete proposal of time, sweeping us clear of a misplaced Eden. a photo of a gravely pleased crowd amassed on a Prague highway in November 1989 provokes mirrored image at the which means of democracy and the reunion of a individuals with long-banished hopes and dreams.
With the luminous essays in holding a Rendezvous, we're given to work out the realm as Berger sees it -- to discover issues prompt by means of the paintings of Jackson Pollock or J. M. W. Turner, to think about the sweetness of Paris. Rendezvous are manifold: among critic and paintings, artist and topic, topic and the unknown. yet most vital are the rendezvous among writer and reader, as we find our perceptions expert via John Berger's eloquence and brave ethical mind's eye.