London artist Jack Pearce’s expressive figurative work features loose-tongued (and limbed) warriors of radness in textural, buzzing Indian ink and intricately patterned glorious technicolour. With its loose and abstracted tribal feel, his work takes reference from the ancient practise of image-making, yet tells stories a contemporary audience can recognise. In contrast with the laid-back rough-and-tumble lads of ‘Bromance’, his latest drawings Read More
Atomica Gallery is proud to present ‘Fauxmance’, the second solo exhibition from young British artist and illustrator Jack Pearce. ‘Fauxmance’ follows Pearce’s successful debut solo exhibition ‘Bromance’ at Atomica Gallery in 2013 and marks a clear development in the artist’s work both in subject matter and technique. Pearce is one of a new generation Read More
Exhibition of original artwork from Ricardo Cavolo’s new book ‘101 Artists to Listen to Before You Die’, published by No Brow. Featuring 101 portraits of Ricardo’s musical inspirations; from Dolly Parton to Daft Punk, Kanye West to The Ramones, The Black Lips to Elliot Smith and tons more in between!
It’s fun(fair) time! Have a gander at the opening night video for Rafael Silveira’s debut European solo exhibition, ‘Mind’s Eye Funfair’, edited by Mike from Video Arcade Productions. Music for the video by Rafael’s band ‘Os Transtornados Do Ritmo Antigo‘. Thanks to everyone who came down, Barry Hogan from ATP Festival for DJing and to Read More
He worked it, flipped it and reversed it – our videographer Mike Prior of Video Arcade Productions is back again with this insanely rad video for the Charlie Roberts: ‘Soft Life/Hard Nites’ opening night! Check it out! ‘Soft Life/Hard Nites’ was the debut UK solo exhibition from Charlie Roberts which opened here at Atomica Gallery on February Read More
“In the way a funhouse mirror warps the mundane into the absurd, Brazilian artist Rafael Silveira combines innocuous imagery with the vaguely grotesque to provide a disorienting sensory experience not unlike that of a carnival, where the cheery morphs in and out of the eerie until they are no longer distinguishable.” Hi-Fructose magazine Atomica Gallery Read More