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    ‘101 Artists to Listen to Before You Die’ Ricardo Cavolo Solo Exhibition and Book Launch

    23rd April – 9th March – Opening night 23rd April 6-9pm

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Rafael Silveira’s ‘Mind’s Eye Funfair’ opening night video!

Rafael Silveira’s ‘Mind’s Eye Funfair’ opening night video!

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

Charlie Roberts ‘Soft Life/Hard Nites’ solo exhibition opening night video!

Charlie Roberts ‘Soft Life/Hard Nites’ solo exhibition opening night video!

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

Affordable Art Fair here we come!!

Affordable Art Fair here we come!!

  We are delighted to announce that we will be participating in our first ever art fair next week! The Affordable Art Fair is one of the world’s most reputable and accessible art fairs, with nothing priced over £5,000 and most artwork much less than that. We are honoured that Atomica has been selected to Read More

Interview – The Idiosyncratic nature of Charlie Roberts

Interview – The Idiosyncratic nature of Charlie Roberts

Celebrating the idiosyncratic and sometimes chaotic nature of contemporary life, Charlie Roberts is an uncompromisingly energetic and uninhibited artist. Acrobatic amazons with hip hop swagger pull shapes like they fell out of a Matisse painting and into the 21st century, competing for attention with vibrant hand-carved totem poles that look like archaic incarnations of 90s Read More