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A Gallery was established in 1973 by Joshua Mann Pailet as a gallery of photos. While every period and style is represented, the emphasis focuses on New Orleans and Southern history, including contemporary as well as black culture and music. A wide range of artists have displayed their quality photographs here, including Maggie Taylor, Jerry Uelsmann and Elliott Erwitt. There are also books related to photography for sale.
While most galleries display art work to get you thinking about life, Angela King Gallery does much more. The artworks displayed here are so stunning and eye-popping that it will take many weeks for you to forget the paintings. Enjoy a visual feast as you scan and admire realist paintings of famous and unknown human figures, surrealist fantasies, contemporary sculptures and even pop art. Decipher scribbles forming fascinating patterns, sculptures depicting fluid and even surreal motions, and abstractionism at its finest. Definitely, life will take on a different meaning as you step out of this gallery but you will also have plenty of fun while doing so.
Café Baby showcases the colorful and whimsical artwork of Marc Bercier. Bright paintings of Bercier’s signature "Baby" symbol, based on a self-portrait his daughter drew when she was just five years old, and bold playful flowers draw art-lovers into this French Quarter Gallery. Once inside, visitors will find a large collection of Bercier’s paintings and portraits. Visitors will frequently find the artist in the gallery and available for questions. -Bethany Culp
James Michalopoulos expresses the feeling and spirit of New Orleans on canvas with vivid colors and a distinctive style. The Michalopoulos Gallery of New Orleans showcases these original paintings along with giclees, posters, prints and limited edition serigraphs made from the original artwork. Don’t miss the opportunity to stop in this French Quarter gallery to admire original works or to purchase a piece to display in your home. -Bethany Culp
Well known as the oldest skyscraper in the city, and located at the Central Business District, the Hennen Building is also popularly known as the Maritime Building. This beautiful structure stands 11 stories tall, and houses mostly apartments. The architecture is stunning and reflects the latter half of the 19th Century in it's appearance.
Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church was built in 1930, but it is actually the second church of that name to stand in the same space. It is an almost identical replica to a church that was built there in the 1850s and later damaged by surrounding construction. It is notable for its Gothic Revival architecture. Inside, there are stained glass windows, an elaborate altar, and cast iron pews. It's easy to see why this church is a local landmark and a beautiful place to visit.