Enjoy These Sizzling Exclusive First Pics from Roberto Araujo's "Sexy Side of Broadway" Exhibition

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Male Exposure — B Side, photographer Roberto Araujo's examination of the "Sexy Side of Broadway," is on display June 30-July 7 at G Lounge & Gallery in Manhattan.

Photographer Araujo combines his love for dance and storytelling in the brand-new exhibit. In fact, the exhibit focuses on his B Side or Broadway side of Araujo’s photography career.

A working performer, Araujo explains that his love for photography came out of his love for theatre.

"As an actor, I like telling stories and that’s what I try to do as a photographer. ​I wanted to share my B­ side because of my passion for theatre. Being a part of the theatre community, I am always surrounded by very incredible talent and that is very inspiring.…My show is for anyone that appreciates and admires the male figure, art, beauty, and Broadway."

Models in the photography exhibit include Tony host ​Alan Cumming, ​Callan Bergmann, ​Yurel Echazarreta, ​Peter Nelson and ​Alec Varcas​, among others.

The solo exhibition opens June 30 from 6 PM-9 PM. Araujo’s work will be displayed through July 6. The 22 images are available for purchase. G Lounge is located at 225 W. 19th St.

* Roberto Araujo is a Mexican photographer based in New York City. Beautiful Magazine calls his work “sexy, playful and bright…His photos that represent the full spectrum of attributes that make a personality. In relatively short time, Roberto has become an authority on making photographs that vary from headshots to artistic portraits and fashion.” Araujo regularly contributes with publications in New York City and Paris. For more on the artist’s work visit: www.robertoaraujophotography.com/ Instagram: @robertoaraujophotography and Twitter: @BobbyAraujo.

It was recently announced that one of his pieces will be shown as part of "The Exposure Award Exhibit" at the Louvre in Paris, France.

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