Photographs by Norman Mauskopf. Introduction by Bill Barich.
Twin Palms, Altadena, CA, 1988. 104 pp., 72 b&w gravure plates,, 13x10".
This is a book about difference, about the contrasts between social classes in different nations, focusing on horse racing. Mauskopf's photographs look beyond the horses and the race to consider the men and women whose social and financial worlds revolve around the racetrack. "The intricate web of European social grace and centuries-old traditions are interwoven in Mauskopf's photographs with the contemporary American track and its preoccupation with gambling and appeal to the general public."--the publisher.
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