How to Look at Art Through Apps

How to Look at Art Through Apps

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"Images were first made to conjure up the appearance of something that was absent," writes John Berger in his seminal publication Ways of Seeing. "Gradually it became evident that an image could outlast what it represented." On the Internet, where variations on the Hey Girl meme live and die, Nicki...
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