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Ghana Shyam Latua

Khoai Landscape Pen and ink, pricking with needle on paper 8.00 X 12.00 inches 2020, Santiniketan Reverse in english

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Beginning February 2021, TAP India brings you new exhibitions by six galleries; selected works under a new section on the website called TAP Showcase, (which was launched last month), featuring an exhibition titled Trees: Nature and Imagination curated by Mitch Crites and Minhazz Mazumdar (M&M). This show explores the versatility of trees both as form and as muse for artists across time and space. TAP Talk feautures senior advocate Akhil Sibal's views on censorship and the arts.   
ANANT ART: Nature Unbound
Artists: Samir Mohanty; Laxmipriya Panigrahi and Suchender P
ANUPA MEHTA ARTS: Extended Realities 
Artist: Rm. Palaniappan 
APPARAO GALLERIES: Sidhpur, Time Present Time Past
Artist: Sebastian Cortes
EMAMI ART:  The Feel of Nature
Artists: Kalpana Viswas; Ghana Shyam Latua, David Malaker, Prarthana Hazra
EXHIBIT 320:  Nature's Documentaries
Artists: Rahul Kumar and Sumakshi Singh

 AKAR PRAKAR: Whirl of Time
Artist: Marzia Farhana
ART HERITAGE: Testimony of Tolerance
Artists: Rajesh Deb
ART AT THRESHOLD: Mirror of the Self
Artist: Nicola Strippoli Tarshito
 ART.MOTIF: The Art of Phulkari : Embroidery of Punjab
Artists: Old, community textiles
GALLERY ESPACE:  Cabinet of Curiosities
Artist: Anuj Ambalal
GALLERY WHITE: Mera Bhesh Mahan
Artist: Ajay Lakhera
LATITUDE 28:  If a tree falls (Somewhere in North-East India)
Artist: Chandan Bez Baruah
M&MwtAG: Decorative India
Artist: A collection of folk and tribal art
WONDERWALL: India as a Focus
Artists: Bijoy Chowdhury, Hemant Chaturvedi, Mala Mukerjee, Prarthana Modi

Tap 5x Worship Land.  Watercolor on Paper, 43 x 60 inches,  Year- 2018,

Worship Land. Watercolor on Paper, 43 x 60 inches, Year- 2018,

TREE: Nature and Imagination, curated by Mitch Crites & Minhaaz Mazumdar
Trees, silent sentinels on the flailing earth of today. Trees, steadfast companions of humans in this journey of life. Trees, the lungs of Mother Gaia. This show explores the versatility of trees both as form and as muse for artists across time and space. Artists’ reactions to trees, their understanding of the profoundly symbiotic and yet also, the deeply conflicted relationship between humans and trees has made for some wonderful art. We invite you to send us four images of works of art inspired by trees in your collection, of which two are going to be selected for the show. We look forward to putting together a beautiful and meaningful show that will be an ode to trees, our companions in the journey of life.
TAP EVENTS for February 2021
Since its inception Tap India has introduced curated talks and campaigns, establishing itself as a platform for sharing education and information, made available freely via various digital mediums. Its interactive properties such as Thursday’s with #TAPTALKS and #TAPLIVE on Friday, features a stellar line-up of renowned Indian and International personalities from the Art World who will come together to share new ideas, trends, tips, unravel interesting concepts and engage in conversation on Art for existing buyers as well as budding art collectors. In a very short span of time, TAP India has built a strong following globally. With a stellar lineup of shows and curated events in the pipeline, Tap India is all set to showcase the energy of the Artworld of India by capturing the changing thoughts and trends and highlighting high quality artworks.

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February 2021 events at TAP:
Thursdays with #TAPTALK : February 18th  2021 Crossing the Line? Art and Obscenity in India. In plural India, the right  to freedom of expression, including artistic expression, is guaranteed constitutionally as a fundamental right. What then is a limitation on art, a crossing of the line, in a way? In this important conversation, Akhil Sibal, senior advocate, Supreme Court, and Dr Arshiya Sethi, managing trustee, Kri Foundation look at art and obscenity; to understand  how the law looks at "difficult art", art that may appear to be crossing the line. They will discuss and suggest ways of looking, and the need for the State to look away, in determining obscenity.


The Art Platform India (TAP) is an online one stop platform created specially to allow collectors and others a chance to view select art works, curated by a collective of pan Indian art galleries and curators. It offers a great opportunity to buy quality art at exceptional prices. Now you can acquire art of excellent calibre from the luxury of your home. A union of Art Galleries from all over the country have contributed, collaborated and constituted a vital aspect of this initiative. TAP India, furthermore, hopes to tackle challenges as a result of the current pandemic with galleries pooling in their collective energies, one step at a time and continue to stand as a strong voice for making Indian art accessible during the

Blurring the lines between artists, galleries and collectors, TAP India provides an unmatched window into the best of art. Whether you're an avid art collector,  someone who is thinking of investing in their first piece or simply a connoisseur of art; TAP India gives you a chance to walk through what the best galleries in the country have to offer, and engage with legends in the field of art. Visit us at www.theartplatformndia.com to connect, collect and engage in specially programmed talks, conversations and educational events.

Date 24-02-2021