There’s no shortage of incredible exhibitions to check out during Atlanta Pride, to honor and celebrate Atlanta and the world’s LGBTQIA+ communities. The Atlanta Pride Committee have set up an awesome exhibit for this year’s festivities, and it’s completely transformed the Hyatt Centric Midtown Atlanta into a temporary art gallery.
The project is an exciting collaboration between Atlanta Celebrates Photography and Capture Integration, presenting the work of esteemed photographer Jess T. Dugan.
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Entitled Look at Me Like You Love Me, the exhibit depicts individuals exploring their identities and is ultimately a celebration of the many people who’ve gone through a similar journey.
The artist is currently selling photos from the project in book form. Describing the exhibit as a reflection “on desire, intimacy, companionship, and the ways our identities are shaped by these experiences.”
The exhibition will be on display along 10th street and inside the hotel lobby, and will be viewable from the Pride Parade route.
Dugan will be onsite Sunday, October 9th and for a duration on Saturday, 10/08, for a meet and greet. There will also be a lecture and signing on Thursday Oct 6, but getting tickets is strongly advised as seating is limited. For more information, click here.
We recently rounded up all the incredible exhibits to check out during Atlanta Pride. From a dazzling fashion exhibition at SCAD FASH to The National Center For Civil and Human Rights’ upcoming outdoor exhibition, click here for the full round-up.
Atlanta Pride will completely take over the city from October 8-9. So to take the stress away from planning the loudest, proudest, and best Pride weekend to date, we thought we’d help you out. Click the link below to find out everything you need to know about Atlanta Pride weekend.