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People working in the building where the "Legendary Children" photo exhibit of some of Atlanta's raucous drag queens is on display are feeling uncomfortable with the images and requested at least two photographs be covered up and another relocated.
The exhibit, located in Gallery 1526 at 1526 DeKalb Ave. NE, drew the ire this week of employees located in the same space as the art gallery. The photos are hanging in the hallways of the building and can be seen by others working in the building as they go to and from work.
Emory University hosts “Art and Censorship: A Screening of David Wojnarowicz’s ‘A Fire in My Belly’ and Panel Discussion from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17.
“A Fire in My Belly” was part of the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition titled “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” and was recently banned from the exhibit after Catholic leaders complained to the Smithsonian of the image of ants crawling over a crucifix.
Also part of the Thursday event at Emory will be film footage of ACT UP in Atlanta from 1990, provided by Jeff Graham, a longtime HIV and LGBT activist who is now the executive director of Georgia Equality.