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Preview: Tom Bagshaw, Ryan Heshka and More at Atomica Gallery

Atomica Gallery is a new art space launching in London in 2013, but to give us a taste of what's to come, they will open as a pop-up for a group show featuring some notable artists on December 4. Tom Bagshaw's pristine, pallid sorceresses and Ryan Heshka's cartoonish creations will be exhibited alongside Femke Hiemstra's whimsical, illustrative works, the naive caricatures of Sophia Alda and Castro Smith's painstakingly detailed miniature engravings. Other artists include APAK, Christopher Conn Askew, Derek Yaniger, Eleonor Bostrom, Matte Stephens, Niagara Detroit and Richie Fahey. Take a look at some images from the show after the jump.

Tom Bagshaw

Atomica Gallery is a new art space launching in London in 2013, but to give us a taste of what’s to come, they will open as a pop-up for a group show featuring some notable artists on December 4. Tom Bagshaw‘s pristine, pallid sorceresses and Ryan Heshka‘s cartoonish creations will be exhibited alongside Femke Hiemstra‘s whimsical, illustrative works, the naive caricatures of Sophia Alda and Castro Smith’s painstakingly detailed miniature engravings. Other artists include APAK, Christopher Conn Askew, Derek Yaniger, Eleonor Bostrom, Matte Stephens, Niagara Detroit and Richie Fahey. Take a look at some images from the show below.

Ryan Heshka

Sophia Alda

Castro Smith

James Clapham

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