Gallery: Jeremiah Johnson’s Dollhouses Made from Credit Card Applicatio...

We’ve been following the work of artist Jeremiah Johnson for a while, but now New Yorkers will get to experience his miniature houses made from recycled credit card application papers at a pop-up exhibition at Kotsabi World Gallery Space. Presented by Converge Gallery, “Never Enough” features Johnson’s sculptures, which take credit card applications (like the ones you might receive in the mail) and bend and fold them into tiny structures. The little homes are made from unopened pieces of mail collected since the housing crisis in 1997.

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