Atlanta Photographer Tackles Love, Encouragement, Black Gay Men and HIV In First Exhibit
Staticc Art & Life, LLC Founder, Jay Ray, debuts his first public photography collection called #BeTheFlame. Two stories of Black men are presented - "Words of Love and Encouragement" and "Black Gay Men, HIV and Standing At The Front Of The Line."
According to Ray, "[#BeTheFlame]
#BeTheFlame will be on display from March 18, 2016 - April 16, 2016 at The Gallery EAV. The Gallery EAV is located at 490 Flat Shoals Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA 30316. The one of a kind photos will be for sale to the public. An opening reception is taking place on Friday, March 18, 2016 at 7pm. The Atlanta community is encouraged to attend.
About the Exhibit:
#BeTheFlame is a message to the world from one of the most feared, desired and criticized creatures. It's a message of hope, release, survival and freedom. This exhibition will tell two distinct stories of Black men. The first story - "#BeTheFlame:
For more information on Jay Ray, visit http://www.jayrayisthename.com.
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