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    Atomica Gallery and Things&Ink Magazine Present: ‘Miniature Ink’

    Featuring miniature original artworks from over 100 of the most talented tattoo artists from across the globe.
    24th Sept – 15th Oct 2014

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In Store at Atomica

‘Mean Girls Club’ from Ryan Heshka

‘Mean Girls Club’ from Ryan Heshka

We are happy to announce the release of our second print with Ryan Heshka ‘Mean Girls Club’. This big and beautiful giclée is full of sassy club-slinging sisters who you don’t wanna mess with, but you do want to take home.

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Richie Fahey favourites are back in at Atomica!

Richie Fahey favourites are back in at Atomica!

New York artist Richie Fahey has been a firm favourite since we opened; his prints practically flew off the walls and we sold out in no time at all! So you’ll be happy to know that we now have all of his old favourites, such as ‘Poolside’ and ‘Buddha Boogie’, back in stock at the gallery. We’ve also increased our selection to include several different works of his ‘beautiful women gone bad and the men who love them’.

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'Home Sweet Home' is a joint exhibition of new paintings from Nicholas Stevenson (UK) and Angela Dalinger (Germany).

'Home Sweet Home' offers a snatched glimpse into a series of imaginary homes. In the exhibition both artists indulge in depicting domestic voyeurism which treads a thin line between the whimsical and the worrying. As we trespass through these residences, we are likely to encounter anything from illegal pets to resident ghosts, wizard’s gardens to troubling personal collections and questionable tastes in decor.

The artists, who are virtual friends and will meet for the first time at the exhibition opening, have worked on their paintings individually, but in reaction to the others work. Presented as a series of paired paintings, the viewer will be taken on a journey through both the interior and exterior of the same invented dwelling, each scene produced by a different artist. Indulging our curious natures, the paintings in 'Home Sweet Home' portray private moments in which viewers may pass unnoticed and draw their own conclusions. The artists share a cynical sense of humour and their vision of the world is at once familiar and disturbing, quaint and brutal.

Hailing from a small village on the edge of Hamburg, Germany, Angela Dalinger is an artist who identifies with the Art Brut movement. Her seemingly naive style is absent of current cultural or artistic influences, something her relative isolation no doubt has a hand in. Angela works at a prolific rate and has taken part in numerous group and solo exhibitions around the world including France, Belgium, Portugal, Denmark, Spain and the US.

Nicholas Stevenson is an illustrator, artist and musician currently based in North London. His chalky gouache paintings are lively, mysterious and occasionally unsettling. His work has appeared in the likes of The New York Times and Anorak Magazine, he has exhibited in group shows around London and had a successful debut UK solo show in 2011.He is the recent winner of the 2014 Serco Prize and his work is the featured cover art for the Belly Kids book, Thrill Murray.

All work is available for purchase. For a preview list, please email sales@atomicagallery.com

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Atomica Gallery and Things and Ink magazine are delighted to announce Miniature Ink, an exhibition featuring miniature original artwork from over 100 of the world’s leading tattoo artists. Celebrating both the second anniversary of Things&Ink and launch of ‘The Illustration Issue’, the exhibition is also being held to raise awareness for Sarcoma UK, with profits from sales being donated to the charity.

'For Miniature Ink Things&Ink Editor Alice Snape has invited a huge variety of tattooers to contribute a postcard-sized artwork of a subject matter of their choice. Small but perfectly formed, each work is the same affordable price, providing an opportunity for all art lovers to own an original by some of the industry’s most sought-after names!

Featuring a diverse array of styles, techniques and subject matter, Miniature Ink is a dynamic exhibition that showcases the very best in contemporary tattoo artistry.

Join us for the opening reception on Wednesday 24th September with complimentary drinks kindly provided by Sailor Jerry and The Brooklyn Brewery.

There will be no preview list of artworks, first come first served!

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Atomica News

Atomica Gallery presents Ricardo Cavolo Portrait Workshop

Atomica Gallery presents Ricardo Cavolo Portrait Workshop

Ahead of his upcoming solo exhibition at Atomica Gallery in December 2013, we are excited to announce that Spanish artist Ricardo Cavolo will be hosting a portrait workshop at our Soho pop-up on Sunday 20th October 2013. Participants will have the opportunity to create their own portraits, working closely under Ricardo’s guidance.

Atomica to Pop Up in Soho!

Atomica to Pop Up in Soho!

  Atomica is on the move again! We’re delighted to announce that we will be popping up in the heart of Soho from Saturday 28th September until Friday 25th October in a beautiful two floor space at 75 Berwick Street, Soho, London, W1F 8TG. We love a good pop-up here at Atomica, it gives us Read More

Atomica Gallery and Things&Ink present ‘Under Her Skin’

Atomica Gallery and Things&Ink present ‘Under Her Skin’

  We’re very excited to announce our first exhibition of original work: ‘Under Her Skin’, in association with our pals Things&Ink magazine! If you’ve dropped by Atomica, you may have seen a copy of Things&Ink, a beautiful publication which reflects on Definitely travel like buy perictin uk wouldn’t a with top quality canadian pharmacy of Read More

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Atomica is a gallery and shop bringing together the best unorthodox contemporary art, illustration and lowbrow weirdness from around the world to our space in London, UK.




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