INTACH and an Art Show…


INTACH Bangalore invites you to ART REACH – an attempt to reach art to people. The event will have a charity sale and display of works by the famed artist Dr MS Murthy. Dr Murthy has generously agreed to display nearly 100 of his creations, ranging from some rare early works to more recent ones. A part of the proceeds will go to fund INTACH Bangalore’s activities.

Dr Murthy has participated in many national and international exhibitions and has won numerous awards. His works are on display at the NGMA, New Delhi, and are also part of several private collections.

At Art Reach, art works will be priced from a few thousands to a few lakhs. So every one of you can own a work of art and also contribute to the cause of heritage!

When: 11th and 12th June 2011
Where: The residence of the Varanashis, at 702, 3rd Main, ISRO Layout. This is opposite the KEB/BESCOM office in ISRO Layout. For details, please call Sathya Prakash Varanashi (9845016781) or MS Murthy (9844157982).

The event will be inaugurated at 10 am on 11th June by art connoisseur DK Chowta. Dr CS Vishwanatha, Chairperson, Task Force for Quality Control, GoK, and Civil Aid Technoclinic, will be the chief guest.



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