Over a period of approximately five years, Jill Greenberg photographed more than thirty different primates – – about twenty different species, including marmosets, mandrills, macaques, and a chimpanzee, to name only a few.

Fascinated by these creatures’ expressions, emotions, and intelligence, Greenberg’s subjects are ultimately a reflection of their human cousins.

“Monkey Portraits*” was published as a monograph of seventy-five photographs by Little, Brown & Company in the fall of 2006.

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