ATMA is the Sanskrit word for ‘Soul’. Born in Bordeaux, France in 1979, he lives and works in London.
Visually expressing human and mystical forces in his uplifting works, ATMA’s approach to art encapsulates the hopes and aspirations of the eternal self-quest; his search for truth.
Tout peut se lire sur la toile de nos âmes.
ATMA’s range of collaborations is extensive, having worked with renowned institutions such as the Lazarides Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, Punch Drunk, and in association with Lufthansa, Dulux, Camel and HTC.
He is a resident artist at Google Arts & Culture, delivering murals, Tilt Brush artworks, performances and talks across the world.
ATMA is also one of the co-founders of East London based organisation Wood Street Walls.