Artstor is sharing two new collections of photographs by Barbara J. Anello: graffiti in Lower Manhattan in the 1980s and 90s, and Tibetan Buddhist art and architecture in Ladakh, India.

The photographs from Ladakh were exhibited at the Overseas Press Club in New York City and Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio in 1982.

Anello’s photography focuses on architecture, both historical and vernacular, and aspects of traditional art and culture. She partnered in nominating sites to the World Monuments Watch 2012 and 2014 (Desa Lingga, Karo, Sumatra; Desa Peceran & Dokan, Sumatra, and Flores, Ngada villages). She is also a contributor to a forthcoming Thames & Hudson book on world vernacular architecture.

These two collections join a previously released collection by Anello documenting the architecture, arts, and culture of Southeast Asia and Morocco.

Learn more in the collection’s individual pages in Artstor:
Barbara Anello: Photographs of New York Graffiti
Barbara Anello: Photographs of Ladakh, India

And view the collections in the Artstor Digital Library:
Barbara Anello: Photographs of New York Graffiti
Barbara Anello: Photographs of Ladakh, India

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