Amy Herman – Visual Intelligence

Table of Contents Purchase atAmazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBoundInternational OptionsAmazon CA | Amazon UK | WaterstonesNOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACKPraise Purchase at Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBound International Options Amazon CA | Amazon UK | Waterstones For bulk purchase options, contact the publisher. NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK Praise “This fascinating and beautifully illustrated book will […]

Purchase at

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | IndieBound

International Options

Amazon CA | Amazon UK | Waterstones

For bulk purchase options, contact the publisher.

NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK

Praise

“This fascinating and beautifully illustrated book will make you see the world more clearly than you ever have before. And that clarity will transform how you deal with the challenges and opportunities you face every day.”
Leonard Mlodinow, author of Subliminal and The Drunkard’s Walk
 
“Amy Herman has transformed the way I look at art — and at the world. She shows us when to trust our instincts as observers and when to recognize that our instincts have gone astray. So much wisdom flows from those lessons, which are set forth clearly and convincingly in this book.”
Professor Ari L. Goldman, Columbia University, author of The Search for God at Harvard and The Late Starters Orchestra.

“In her masterful new book, Amy Herman offers a compelling case for the life enhancing value—and central importance—of careful observation. Within these pages Herman teaches us how to be active and attentive observers, both within the confines of an art museum and well beyond. Visual Intelligence is a fascinating book, and an important one—and it is a great read.”
Daniel Weiss, President, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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