&ldquo;<strong>No more portraits</strong>," John Berger demanded in 1967&nbsp;&mdash; the genre stood for social status and celebrity. Now the critic has pulled an about-face

&amp;ldquo;No more portraits,&quot; John Berger demanded in 1967&amp;nbsp;&amp;mdash; the genre stood for social status and celebrity. Now the critic has pulled an
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“No more portraits," John Berger demanded in 1967 — the genre stood for social status and celebrity. Now the critic has pulled an about-face

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News source: Arts & Letters Daily

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