THE RITZ-CARLTON, BAN­GA­LORE

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Show­cas­ing an aes­thet­i­cal line-up of art with over 1,250 art pieces through­out the prop­erty, The Ritz-Carlton, Ban­ga­lore, fea­tures the work of artists such as the mas­ter of life-size fig­u­ra­tive Robert St. Croix, the renowned sculp­tor Alexan­dra Gestin, the le­gendary Cuban sculp­tor Manuel Car­bonell, the ho­tel’s home-bound land­scape artist Paresh Maity, and the cel­e­brated In­dian ab­stract pain­ter Re­vati Sharma Singh. Vikas Sharma, Di­rec­tor of Op­er­a­tions, The Ritz-Carlton, Ban­ga­lore, says, “Bring­ing art out of gal­leries and into ho­tel spa­ces helps us reach a wider au­di­ence. In turn, it also adds that spe­cial some­thing to our guests’ view­ing plea­sures and en­hances their stay ex­pe­ri­ence with us. Sur­rounded by beauty, one au­to­mat­i­cally feels trans­ported into a dif­fer­ent place in time. It adds a cer­tain ap­peal to the ho­tel in­te­ri­ors, and helps our staff in their sto­ry­telling dur­ing guest in­ter­ac­tion.” The ho­tel staff takes guests on an art ap­pre­ci­a­tion tour in the ho­tel on re­quest. His per­sonal favourite is the sculp­ture of Pablo Pi­casso sit­ting on the porch wel­com­ing the guests.

Sur­rounded by beauty, one feels trans­ported into a dif­fer­ent place in time VIKAS SHARMA Di­rec­tor of Op­er­a­tions The Ritz-Carlton, Ban­ga­lore

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