Explore the male form with four artists showing ‘Body & Soul’

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Since opening in Kirkwood nearly a decade ago, Bob Burkhardt’s pb&j gallery has featured diverse painting, sculpture, collage and photography works by even more diverse artists, but one exhibition each year is especially close to his heart.

A photographer himself, the queer Atlanta gallery owner contributes his own artistic eye once again to the 9th annual Body & Soul exhibition, opening this weekend. Burkhardt and this year’s three other contributors — Derrick Lejermon, Trevor Green and Alex Clark — offer a taste of their 2019 show in this week's Q magazine, including the cover image, “Anthony” by Green

This week’s Q cover photo “Anthony” by Trevor Green

pb&j hosts a ‘Body & Soul’ opening with the artists and models in attendance on March 16 at 7 p.m. Show hangs until April 12. pbjart.com

‘EJ’ by Trevor Green

‘Ex-flection’ and‘Syzygy’by Derrick Lejermon

'A Lily Shines' and 'Heavy Crown' by Alex Clark

‘Ken’ by Bob Burkhardt

This feature originally appeared in Q magazine. Read the full issue below.

Pick up a new edition of Q each week at queer and allied venues across Atlanta, and find fresh content daily here at theQatl.com.


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