Between Heaven and Earth
In James Michalopoulos’s iconography of New Orleans architecture, even a lowly shotgun home towers like a skyscraper. While his work typically celebrates more ornate buildings from the nineteenth century, Michalopoulos’s unique point of view transforms even a relatively humble structure into an object of veneration.
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