We found 72 results
indigoBooksJohn Berger

showing 1 - 12 of 72 Results

To the Wedding

by John Berger

|March 19, 1996

Paperback

$17.00

$15.13 online

save 11%

In stock online

Available in stores

Booker Prize-winning author John Berger gives a novel both tragic and joyous, intelligent and erotic. In To the Wedding , a blind Greek peddler tells the story of the wedding between a fellow peddler and his bride in a remarkable series of vivid and telling…
Paperback

$17.00

$15.53 online

save 8%

In stock online

Available in stores

Booker Prize-winning author John Berger reveals the ties between love and absence, the ways poetry endows language with the assurance of prayer, and the tensions between the forward movement of sexuality and the steady backward tug of time. He recreates the…

In stock online

Not available in stores

In this quietly revolutionary work of social observation and medical philosophy, Booker Prize-winning writer John Berger and the photographer Jean Mohr train their gaze on an English country doctor and find a universal man--one who has taken it upon himself to…
Paperback

$25.95

$23.73 online

save 8%

In stock online

Not available in stores

The writing career of Booker Prize winner John Berger–poet, storyteller, playwright, and essayist–has yielded some of the most original and compelling examinations of art and life of the past half century. In this essential volume, Geoff Dyer has…

In stock online

Not available in stores

In this prescient and beautifully written book, Booker Prize-winning author John Berger examines the life and work of Ernst Neizvestny, a Russian sculptor whose exclusion from the ranks of officially approved Soviet artists left him laboring in enforced obscurity…

Portraits

by John Berger

|November 24, 2015

Hardcover

$53.00

$43.83 online

save 17%

In stock online

Available in stores

A major new book from one of the world’s leading writers and art critics John Berger, one of the world’s most celebrated art writers, takes us through centuries of drawing and painting, revealing his lifelong fascination with a diverse cast of…
Hardcover

$44.95

$33.56 online

save 25%

In stock online

Not available in stores

They are Americans, and they are mujahideen. Hundreds of men from every imaginable background have walked away from the traditional American dream to volunteer for battle in the name of Islam. Some have taken part in foreign wars that aligned with U.S. interests,…

In stock online

Not available in stores

From a Booker Prize-winning author and one of the most impassioned of writers of our time, this powerful collection of essays offers a stark portrait of post-9/11 realities. John Berger occupies a unique position in the international cultural landscape: artist,…

Garden On My Cheek

by John Berger

|November 5, 2016

Paperback

$33.95

$30.83 online

save 9%

In stock online

Not available in stores

John Peter Berger was born in London, England on November 5, 1926. After serving in the British Army from 1944 to 1946, he enrolled in the Chelsea School of Art. He began his career as a painter and exhibited work at a number of London galleries in the late…
Hardcover

$35.99

$33.67 online

save 6%

In stock online

Not available in stores

A major new work from the world’s leading writer on art Landscapes , the companion volume to John Berger’s highly acclaimed Portraits , explores what art tells us about ourselves. “Berger’s work is an invitation to reimagine; to see in…
Paperback

$23.00

$22.52 online

In stock online

Not available in stores

From John Berger, the Booker Prize-winning author of G., A Painter of Our Time  is at once a gripping intellectual and moral detective story and a book whose aesthetic insights make it a companion piece to Berger's great works of art criticism. The year is…

Railtracks

by Anne Michaels

|February 12, 2013

Hardcover

$26.50

$16.27 online

save 38%

In stock online

Available in stores

'Railtracks' is a unique collaboration between two writers of remarkable achievement. A profound meditation on railways, love and loss, at once intimate and committed, it moves from the industrial to the metaphysical, from the tectonic shifts of globalization…