Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel Sponsors a Frank Capri Photography Exhibit at Trade Center

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The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland is sponsoring a Frank Capri photography exhibit at the Baltimore World Trade Center, bringing fine art to the Baltimore Inner Harbor.

The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel near the Baltimore World Trade Center is bringing the work of celebrated photographer Frank Capri to the city’s World Trade Center March 6-31, 2010. Frank Capri’s name may not ring any bells, except to those who have followed photography in-and-out of New York City over the past 20 years; however, Frank Capri’s photo images make him an internationally recognized artist. From subways to respected art galleries, Capri’s work has been the topic of conversation over the years. His celebrity, fashion, and dance photography joins the many cannons of respected visual art and includes intimate poses of famous names such as Sarah Jessica Parker and The Dali Lama, as well as dance icons Mikhail Baryshnikov and Julie Kent.

Capri started his career in Los Angeles where he was among the top photographers in the city working with A-List celebrities. His background also includes motion picture and television photography as well as supplying work for major publications including Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, Harper’s Bazaar, Dance Magazine and many others.

“Even though I thoroughly enjoy photographing celebrities, I’ve always wanted to do more fine art photography,” explains Capri. “For me that means photographing ballerinas and modern dancers. If you want to evolve, you have to break out of your comfort zone and try something new.”

“We are delighted to be part of this one man exhibit at the Baltimore World Trade Center,” explains Chris Orr, Director of Sales and Marketing for the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel. “It is our commitment to the community to bring cultural, important work like Frank’s to our city so you don’t have to travel to New York to see his work. It’s right in your own backyard.”    

Sponsorship for the one man Baltimore photography exhibit is also provided by renowned makeup artist, Kim Gray. Gray works as a resident makeup artist and coordinator for Maryland based Kustoms Looks Clothier. Gray says of her profession, “The true essence of beauty comes from within. Makeup only serves to enhance what dwells in the soul.”

To learn more about Frank Capri’s world-class photography exhibit, check-out http://www.frankcapri.com and friend Capri on Facebook.

The Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel near the Baltimore World Trade Center is delighted to showcase a new distinctive design featuring modern urban sophistication. The hotel's recently renovated 586 guestrooms and 34 suites have been revived with unprecedented comfort and include new amenities including flat panel televisions, iPod docking stations and improved high-speed Internet connectivity. Discover a four-diamond jewel among downtown Baltimore hotels, situated just steps from the area's most unique sights and attractions and featuring the outstanding service savvy travelers have come to expect from the Renaissance brand name. Enjoy premier access to the world-famous Inner Harbor, home to the Baltimore Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, and 120 dining and shopping options. This Inner Harbor hotel's WATERTABLE restaurant/lounge and Ground Floor Cafe have become local favorites, boasting award-winning culinary talent and offering an all-natural menu bringing stylish twists to each season's finest ingredients. Experience the rich culture of Charm City in a vibrant location sure to delight you at this Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel. Located at 202 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202 USA, call 1-410-547-1200 or toll free 1-800-535-1201 to book your reservation please visit http://www.renaissanceharborplace.com.

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