Edited by Diana Edkins. Introduction by Diane Ackerman. Essays by Peter Beard, Viriginia Chipurnoi, and others.
Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1995. 132 pp., 75 duotone and 25 full color illustrations, 10¼x9¾".
100 remarkable photographs by 52 contemporary photographers explore the relationships between people and animals. Not just limited to cats and dogs, this book shows a variety of animals such as monkeys, snakes, rabbits, horses, and others. Includes images by Kertész, Winogrand, Lartigue, Mary Ellen Mark, Mapplethorpe, and others.
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