Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Does The 'Seeing Slowly' Method Of Looking At Modern Art Work?

The technique (if that's the word) that art dealer Michael Findlay recommends in his book Seeing Slowly: Looking at Modern Art is to stand in the middle of the gallery room, pick a work that catches your eye, and simply look at it for at least three (and up to 15) minutes. No reading the wall text or listening to the audio guide. Elena Goukassian gives the method a try to find out if it helps her appreciate better an artist whose work she's never related to or liked.



Article source here:The Arts Journal

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