“A Gallery for Fine Photography,” reads a wooden sign at 214 Chartres Street in New Orleans’ French Quarter, a short walk from The Marigny. The gallery is usually closed on Wednesdays, but a smile appears on the other side of the red door’s window panes. It belongs to Joshua Mann Pailet, who opened the gallery here in 1975 after spending two years in a Houston gallery.
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