ART NEWS: Contemporary Art doesn’t have to be confusing just use ‘The six-step programme’ from Ossian Ward

Ossian Ward has a new book to shift , Ways of Looking, and he’s just done an interview with VICE about it :
Ossian advises against pretentious art jargon, suggesting the only way to approach contemporary art is with a clear, open mind. Read The *You can also get a 20% discount if you follow the link as well.

About The Book
Art has changed. Familiar styles and movements that characterized art production prior to the twenty-first century have all vanished. Traditional artistic media no longer do what we expect of them.

Ways of Looking provides a six-step programme for understanding contemporary art based on the concept of the tabula rasa — a clean slate and a fresh mind. It transforms a potentially intimidating encounter with cutting-edge art into a dramatic, sensually rewarding and thought-provoking experience.

About the Author
Ossian Ward is Head of Content at the Lisson Gallery. He was previously chief art critic at Time Out London.
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About Mark Westall

Mark Westall is the Founder and Editor of FAD magazine Founder and co-publisher Art of Conversation and founder of the platform @worldoffad

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