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This book is a must for all serious artists and art collectors. Art as Experience
deepened my perspective on art which helped me solidify my own.

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The book is jaw-dropping. I can't believe this book exists. I think its beautifully written; the metaphors are beautiful and clear. This guy was a genius. You have to be really into aesthetics. If you're not, that's not Dewey's fault.

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User Review  - Nelson Zagalo - Goodreads

Masterpiece. Thanks John Dewey for writing this book, even more because it was written in 1934. This should be obligatory read for anyone studying/researching Art Communication. Before the domain of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chris Beiser - Goodreads

Below is a very glowing review. It's hard for me to recommend this book more. This review is fairly overwrought, because this book has given me some incredible insights, and it's made a big impact on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ian Saville - Goodreads

The guy is dry as hell - will put you to sleep - BUT, his ideas are amazing. Will help you reframe how you talk about and engage with the arts. Read full review

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User Review  - Allison Keilman - Goodreads

Not exactly a light read, but fascinating and obviously quite thought-provoking. Read full review

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User Review  - Dilan Qadir - Goodreads

A deeply theoretical approach to the relation between art and experience, or more accurately art as experience. Read full review

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User Review  - Andrew Gonzales - Goodreads

A reminder of the highest responsibilities that art, society, and individual experience have always owed each other. Read full review

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User Review  - Constance Dunn - Goodreads

Used it as one of the theory foundations for my thesis. Although idealistic at first skim, pragmatic at its core. A true genius of aesthetic theory and absolutely on point about those individuals who think aesthetically, and deeply, being the foundation of a solid democracy. Read full review

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