A number of historic Native American pieces have recently arrived from a private collection, including baskets, gourds, ollas and bowls.
Acoma Pueblo and Santo Domingo Pueblo cultures are represented in this collection, as well as pieces from the Yokut culture.
This fall, Peyton Wright Gallery is pleased to announce a book signing and exhibition to celebrate the launch of William Frej’s new book, Travels across the Roof of the World: A Himalayan Memoir.
The award-winning photographer’s new book provides a sweeping yet intimate view of the breathtaking peaks, splendid valleys, and extraordinary people of this vast region, from the Pamir Mountains in Kyrgyzstan through Afghanistan’s fabled Hindu Kush, the Karakoram in Pakistan, and the Great Himalaya Range that stretches across northern India, Nepal, Tibet, and Bhutan.
Unique in scope among photo books on the Himalaya, Travels across the Roof of the World chronicles William and Anne Frej’s more than twenty pilgrimages throughout the area spanning forty years and 3,000 miles through some of the world’s most remote and difficult-to-reach country.