Artstor is collaborating with Barbara Anello to share approximately 190 images of graffiti in New York City and 130 of the architecture, arts, and culture of Ladakh, India in the Digital Library.
Anello has photographed the domestic architecture of rural areas and ethnic minorities, documenting how traditional building forms have been preserved or lost over time in Vietnam, Cambodia, Morocco, India, and Indonesia. She has also captured historical sites, traditional earthen architecture, and ancient Roman ruins, and recorded her field work with a cooperative of traditional Berber weavers, “Tissage Ain Leuh,” in Ain Leuh, a village in the Moyen Atlas Mountains.
Anello’s photographs of graffiti, stencil art, wall paintings and murals on New York City streets were taken during the ’80s and early ’90s in Lower Manhattan, with a particular focus on SoHo, NoHo, the Lower East Side, and “Alphabet City.”
For more detailed information about this collection, visit the Barbara Anello collection page.