BroadwayPrints to Open Celebratory Exhibit in May
BroadwayPrints.com, the new, online destination for fine art-quality photo prints from the world of Broadway and New York City performing arts, will host a week-long celebratory opening exhibition, May 19-25 at 352 Bowery in New York City, founder Jeremy Shevett announced today. The exhibition coincides with the launch of the new fine art print website, featuring the work of the renowned NYC entertainment photographers Anita and Steve Shevett.
For over thirty years, Anita and Steve Shevett have documented the city's most memorable moments through their captivating images. From Broadway stage shots to the behind-the-scenes production and cast parties, the Shevetts were there. They have been the "house" photographers for the Tony Awards, Roundabout Theatre Company, The Public Theater, and many more, and their subjects include some of the most iconic stars in show business history. Now, for the first time ever, these images are being made available to the public in limited edition prints on BroadwayPrints.com.
Among the prints that will be available for purchase upon the launch of BroadwayPrints.com are candid shots of Steve Martin, David Bowie & Iman, Christopher Reeve, Robin Williams, and Al Pacino, and beautiful production photos featuring Hugh Jackman, Gregory Hines, Harry Connick Jr., and others.
Prints will be available in 11in x 14in, 16 x 20, and 20 x 30, with framing services available. Each print from BroadwayPrints.com is part of a limited series, containing a unique identifier and seal of authenticity. In addition to its series number every image is also hand signed by the photographers, Anita and Steve Shevett.
BroadwayPrints.com was founded by Jeremy Shevett, son of featured photographers Anita and Steve Shevett, with the intent of continuing his family's legacy while giving back to the community that helped raise him. BroadwayPrints has partnered with The Actors Fund, and a portion of all proceeds will be donated to the organization.
For more information about the opening exhibition, May 19-25, visit www.BroadwayPrints.com.
Photo Courtesy of BroadwayPrints.com