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10th February 2017
We’ve spent the past few days adding a whole load of new prints to our online shop – see a selection of them in the picture below.
Some of it is totally fresh work from artists like Heath Kane and Joseph Gibson, but there’s a whole treasure trove of prints we’ve simply never had time to add before – from artists like Ben Rider, J Boy, Jonathan Reiner, Ben Allen and Cel Out.
AND… we’re offering free shipping on ALL orders to the UK.
3rd February 2017
The Excited State exhibition is now over and so we’ve taken the work down and replaced it with a wide range of screenprints and letterpress prints, giving the gallery a fresh look. We’re currently finalising the details of our next exhibition which we expect to open around mid-March. Watch this space for details…
3rd December 2016 – So, last night this happened…
Last night we opened the doors for the first Private View in our new gallery, launching the “Excited State” exhibition.There was a great turnout, plenty of beer and wine was drunk and onion rings and cheesy puffs were consumed. Many of the exhibiting artists were there, along with some old faces and some new ones. And from today, Saturday 3rd December, we’re open for business! (Thanks to @shandedman and @byheathkane for the pics)
30th November 2016 – Just 3 days til Atom Gallery re-opens with “Excited State”!
Well, only two ’til the Private View, which is on Friday 2nd December from 6-9pm. The floor’s being sanded and varnished, the walls are white, the lights are up and the artwork is being delivered and framed, ready to hang. If you can’t make it to the Private View (all are welcome) the exhibition runs until the end of January. The gallery will be open Wed-Sat 11-6m every week, but we’ll be closed between Christmas and New Year. If you haven’t seen the flyer, here it is in all its glory.
15th November 2016 – Our opening date approaches…
The basement print studio is now 99% done and we’ve moved all the screenprinting equipment downstairs. However after a couple of unforeseeable delays with the preparation of the gallery space we’ve had to delay the opening of our inaugural exhibition by a week – so it will now open on Friday 2nd December. The poster has been designed and will be printed and posted here shortly!
28th October 2016 – Planning the grand re-opening.
The building work is moving on apace, and so we’re starting to plan the first exhibition in the new gallery space. We’re inviting around 15 printmakers and artists to show some of their most recent work with us. Expect to see a diverse range of work on display, from screenprints to woodcuts to experimental letterpress. The show will likely run from 25th November – 24th December. Watch this space for more details…
21st October 2016 – A lovely article about us on NorthFour.Co!
Sophie at NorthFour has just written some nice things about our new gallery, with some great photos. Apparently we’re “Green Lanes’ very own Glimmer Twins”. Not sure which of us is Mick and which is Keef, but we’ll take it as a compliment. Read it here.
17th October 2016 – Progress report
A quick update on progress at the new premises. The work in the basement (new floor, cavity drainage system, plastering, rewiring and plumbing, and the installation of a new staircase) is pretty much done now. Which just leaves the slightly daunting task of lowering much of the heavy and bulky equipment down into the basement through the trapdoor!
Once that’s done we’ll be all set up to screenprint again, and work on the ground floor can begin, turning it into a small gallery space. Any construction-geeks among you can view a photographic record of the past few weeks on our regularly updated Instagram page.
19th September 2016 – Atom has moved!
Atom Gallery has moved, from its old location on Stroud Green Road to new premises at 127 Green Lanes, London N16, on the border between Hackney and Islington.
The new premises – an old lithographic printers – is currently being renovated. The first stage is excavating and damp proofing the basement space, making it ready for use as a fully functioning screenprint and digital print studio. Once that’s done we’ll start work on converting the ground floor into a contemporary art gallery, in which we’ll host regularly changing exhibitions as well as offering a selection of screenprints and giclée art prints for sale.
Throughout the renovation Atom Printing is continuing to provide the usual exhibition quality digital printing service, so please get in touch to discuss your printing requirements, whether you’re an artist, gallery or publisher. Or just pop by to see how things are progressing.