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Vismaya Kiranah – Exhibition of Photographs

December 16, 2017

Swasti – The Contemporary Art Gallery presents Vismaya Kiranah – Exhibition of Photographs

Vismaya Collections
Team Vismaya has been traveling to many places since 2007 building a unique collection of their own photographs which they call the Vismaya Collection. The Vismaya Collection has a vast collection of select photographs on Nature, Heritage, Trot (Travel and Tourism) and Decor. Team Vismaya works with NGO’s and Philanthropic Foundations to organize Photography Exhibitions for a Cause to raise funds for specific purposes. In this model, eligible donors can select a Vismaya collection picture on display at the exhibition to be delivered at home to brighten their lives. Vismaya Collection pictures are printed on high quality Archival or Canvas media and protected either with glass or with transparent coating for maintaining their brilliance for many years so that they continue to inspire owners to donate more.

Team Vismaya is a group of senior professionals working in different organizations with diverse backgrounds in technology and management united by their passion for photography. They pursue photography with fervour against all odds of work pressure, family ocnstraints and financial limitations. Over the years they have worked together to build strong technical and artistic skills to produce photographs beyond the common. They go to great lengths by travelling far, working at odd times and spending significant time on varied subjects to make their pictures to stand out.

They have one other objective in common, that of helping poor with the initiative. “Photography for Cause”they belive that they have brought together a desire to nurture their talent and a dream to support worthy social cause.

They intend to find more avenues to further these objectives, including teaching and conservation.

Team Vismaya: Amar Bhaskar, Murali Santhanam, Sisir Kumar, Goutham Ramesh, Harish Rao, Venugopal Thantry, Sridhar Thantry, Vinod Balan, Bhagya Ajaikumar, Mallikarjun, David Davison.

Photography exhibitions for cause.

Vismaya Kiranah 2012- Subsidised Cancer Treatment
Teaming with Swasti ARt Gallery, Health Care Global (HCG) Foundation, Team Vismaya held their first exhibition at the Gallery at HCG Bengaluru in December 2012. Over 50 Vismaya collection pictures were given away against qualifying dontations.

Varshini 2013 – Support Rural Education
Rotary International Bangalore west district has been their partner for the Varshini series exhibition starting 2013. Varshini 2013 held at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath in June 2013 at collecting donations for a very large project to provide solar powered study lamps to final year high school students in villages to increasetheir study time during the examinations. After the exams the lamps will be passed on to next year students so that the benefit reaches more students. Called Vidya Deepa (Light for Education) this program leveragesmatching institutional donations. The 150 plus pictures given to donors had contributed to the success of the program, which to this date has benefited over 25,000 students.

Varshini 2014 – Support children with special needs
Varshini 2014 was held at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath in September 2014 to raise funds to support children with special needs by building Day-care Centre, running life skill development programs and promoting artistic capabilities of such children through several programs of Rotary Bangalore West.

Vismaya Kiranah
The Right to hope for a cure
About 40,000 children each year are being diagnosed with Cancer in India. When it comes to under privileged family, kids and their parents struggle a double burden of the disease and poverty.

HCG Foundation initiated steps to give a helping hand by raising funds through donation to save the life of a child through quality treatment at HCG Caner Centre.


Vismaya Kiranah on view from 15th to 17th December 2017 | 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

at Basement Gallery,
Karnataka #ChitrakalaParishath
#Art Complex,
Kumara Krupa Road,
Near Shivananda Circle,
Kumara Park East
Bengaluru-560 001.

Directions to the Venue :

On View till 18th January 2018
at Swasti Gallery,
#8 P.Kalinga Rao Road
Sampangi Ram Nagar,

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