With a critical eye aimed squarely at Western culture’s approach to images, writer John Berger’s 1972 BBC series Ways Of Seeing seeks to upend traditional aesthetic values regarding visual art. Divided into four 30 minute sections, this fascinating documentary hosts Berger as he broaches a wide array of topics—such as reproduction, the female nude, oil painting, and advertising—to examine how such works and their ideological elements are contextualized and studied (and consumed) in the contemporary world.