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Art for the people

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Their initiative Art for Concern  art show is an 'affordable' art show and  is being held at the Visual arts gallery, Indian Habitat Centre.

Art is not just for art's sake- 35 artists will exhibit their masterpieces to contribute towards grass-root programmes for education, health and community development. Each year 11 Art for Concern shows are held across as many as 7 cities in India.

Showcasing the eclectic collection of art by masters and promising artists, the show boasts of works by acclaimed artists like Akbar Padamsee, Suhas Roy, Jogen Choudhary, Jayasri Burman, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Dhiraj Choudhury and Sudip Roy. While the prime focus is to raise funds for underprivileged sections of the society, it also takes this opportunity to bring forward the works of struggling and needy artists, thus providing them a platform to be visible alongside the masters. A majority of the art works are priced between Rs 15,000 and Rs 45,000, with the most expensive pegged at Rs 70,000. So not only art collectors, even mere art lovers will get an opportunity to make these masterpieces a part of their living rooms.

Concern India Foundation is a registered, non-profit charitable trust working towards its objective of 'Helping People Help Themselves' by making the disadvantaged self-reliant. Set up in 1991, it supports over 275 programmes across India, working in the areas of education, health and community development.

WHEN: 26 to 27 February
WHERE: India Habitat Centre
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