Atomik Solo Exhibition


PREVIEW: February 12th, 7:00pm – 11:00pm
OPENS: February 14th, 7:00pm – 11:00pm
SHOW CLOSES: March 7th (*All viewings by appointment only starting February 15th)
WHERE: Viophilia /164 NW 20th Street/Suite 101-102/Miami/FL/33127
CONTACT: Christopher Maslow 321.917.6559

Opening Valentines Day 2015, the latest Solo Exhibition from Atomik - quite fittingly titled “No Love” will be on display at Viophilia in the Wynwood Art District. Arguably the most prolific Miami graffiti writer of the 21st century, Atomik examines the relationships of rivalries and opposition he experiences stemming from the competitive graffiti culture in his “No Love” exhibition. The two part showcase will feature a gallery exhibition of Atomik's latest work curated by Christopher Maslow. The second half of the showcase will feature an Atomik Gift Shop, which while acting as a metaphor for the consumerism  driven holiday Valentines Day; will also feature original and limited edition Atomik products and collaborations available for purchase. Select collaborators include: Cushy Gigs, Miami Sign Shop, & Clubflyers.

World renown Miami native and member of the notorious MSG Cartel, Atomik is one of the most prolific Miami graffiti writers of all time. Spanning two decades and counting, Atomik continues to stay true to his foundation of vandalism leaving his mark in more than a dozen countries throughout the world. Most commonly know for his iconic orange character, Atomik's mark is easily recognizable and equally unmistakable. Atomik currently works from a studio in Little Haiti where he is preparing for upcoming solo exhibitions in Switzerland and New York. For more information about Atomik please visit:

Christopher Maslow is a Miami-based curator and artist who since 2007 has been curating gallery exhibitions throughout the country. In 2009 Maslow founded SLOW Gallery in Central Florida and later opened Christopher Maslow Gallery in Melbourne before relocating to Miami in 2013. Maslow works closely with emerging artists to create interactive exhibitions. Maslow currently acts as  resident curator at Viophilia in Miami and simultaneously operates Christopher Maslow Gallery at 164 NW 20th St Miami Florida.