High Visibility puts Queer Southern Photographers at the Forefront. Atlanta Photography Group (APG) and WUSSY Mag present ‘High Visibility’, a group exhibition featuring over fifteen Atlanta LGBTQIA+ photographers.
The launch of the virtual exhibition will coincide with Atlanta Pride’s 50th Anniversary, a time of celebration and remembrance for the Queer artists and outcasts who came before us. Because of COVID-19, all of the celebrations will be virtual this year. Despite the setbacks, Southern Queers remain determined and resilient — putting our artists on display a month before one of the most important elections of our lifetime.
This online exhibition and related events are free and open to the public.
Oct 09 @ 7pm ET
Exhibition Virtual Opening
Oct 15 @ 7pm ET
Identity and Queer Performance in Photography
Curators Michael James O’Brien and Emily M. Getsay moderate a panel of four contemporary Queer photographers from the recent ‘High Visibility’ exhibition presented by Atlanta Photography Group, WUSSY Mag, and Atlanta Pride; and curated by Le’Andra LeSeur, Emily M. Getsay, and Michael James O’Brien.
Oct 22 @ 7pm ET
Exploring Queer, Black Southern Identity through Photography
Curator/Photographer Le’Andra LeSeur moderates a panel of four contemporary Queer photographers from the recent ‘High Visibility’ exhibition presented by WUSSY Mag, Atlanta Pride, and Atlanta Photography Group and curated by Le’Andra LeSeur, Emily M. Getsay, and Michael James O’Brien.