See What You're Missing: New Ways of Looking at the World Through Art

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Price
$28.95  $26.92
Publisher
Pegasus Books
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Pages
368
Dimensions
6.2 X 9.0 X 1.3 inches | 1.19 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781639361731

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About the Author
Will Gompertz is a world-leading expert in the arts. Having spent seven years as a Director of the Tate Galleries followed by eleven years as the BBC's Arts Editor, he is now Artistic Director at the Barbican Theatre. Will has interviewed and observed many of the world's leading artists, actors, writers, musicians, and directors. Creativity magazine in New York ranked him as one of the fifty most original thinkers in the world. He is the author of the internationally bestselling What Are You Looking At? and Think Like an Artist. Will lives in London.
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Praise for Will Gompertz:
"Richly detailed and highly entertaining."-- "The Daily Telegraph"
"Will Gompertz is the best teacher you never had."-- "The Guardian"
"Gompertz doesn't have it in him to be boring."-- "The Times (London)"
"Gompertz has an uncanny knack for making difficult art (and ideas) easy."-- "Associated Press"
"Lively, fresh, energetic. He explains movements and 'isms' with clarity and humor."-- "The Scotsman"
"Hugely accessible. He writes about difficult things without letting on that they are difficult."-- "Independent on Sunday (London)"
"He is a natural communicator whose passion for art is expressed with wit and verve."--Sir Nicholas Serota, Chair of Arts Council England
"A well-organized labor of love...Gompertz insightfully explores the processes and personalities of a remarkable roster of artists by focusing on a single work in each one's portfolios in his illuminating title. Effortless prose and laser focus on the communicative potential of art make this a worthwhile read."-- "Library Journal"
"Thorough and diverse...Gompertz's illuminations of artists' lives and minds are accessible and full of valuable information. This is an exhilarating resource for personal growth, a consciousness-raising exploration for artists and art lovers, and an asset for anyone interested in the who, what, and why of great artworks."

-- "Booklist"