John Berger was a British essayist, poet, cultural thinker as well as a novelist, painter, activist, and screenwriter. He is best known for his book Ways of Seeing (1972) which was adapted from the BBC television series of the same name, and which had a meaningful impact on the way people looked at art. As a novelist, he won the Booker prize in 1972 for his novel G. He was politically engaged throughout his life, supporting international social struggles from his youth to older age. He died in 2017 in Hauts-de-Seine. 

Exhibition, Gatherings, Publication, Symposium

03 December 2021–22 May 2022

No Linear Fucking Time