In a his four part documentary Ways of Seeing, John Berger discusses in part one the multitude of presentations that distort how we approach and perceive art. The space in which a painting is displayed effects its perception just as much as the difference between seeing a piece on a crowded opening night or a quiet weekday visit at noon. It’s one thing to travel to see an entire, original painting, and quite another to see that painting through a television screen, in print, or by looking it up on the Internet. Furthermore, the opinions of an art critic, who has studied and enjoyed paintings, techniques and art history all his life, would differ from a disinterested child forced to see that same painting.