PAST EXHIBITION: SOMETHING NEW – YUTA SEGAWA CERAMICS SOLO EXHIBITION

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【2nd – 22nd November 2018】 PRIVATE VIEW: 1st November 18:00 – 20:00   The Sway Gallery London is proud to introduce Yuta Segawa, an incredibly talented Japanese ceramicist based in London. “In this installation, I will gather together three hundred of my miniature pots, as well as exhibit little painted pots. I have crafted scores of pots every day since 2013, always keeping miniature pots at the heart of my artistic endeavors. By spending every day working in this manner, I do believe that my miniature pots have grown more and more charming over time. For this exhibition, I believe it is important to show my miniature pots, which I have improved upon day-by-day, in the same way that … Read More

PAST EXHIBITION: SHAPES OF WATER – PRINT WORKS & WORKS ON PAPER

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【5th – 30th Oct 2018】Shapes of Water – Print Works & Works on Paper by Hiroko Imada Event Information: ★ Wed 10 Oct 14:00-15:30 → Try Japanese Woodblock Printing! ★ Sat 13 Oct 14:00-14:45 → Artist Talk with Nicholas Sabisky * 15:00-15:30 → Nicholas Sabisky Flute Mini Concert with Megan Storer ★ Thu 18 Oct 19:00-20:00 → Artist Talk ★ Wed 24 Oct 14:00-15:30 → Try Japanese Woodblock Printing! ★ Sat 27 Oct 14:00-14:45 → Artist Talk with Nicholas Sabisky * 15:00-15:30 → Nicholas Sabisky Flute Mini Concert with Megan Storer   After the successful interactive installation work: Making Waves – the official event of ‘Hokusai, Beyond the Great Wave’ in the Great Court of the British Museum last … Read More

PAST EXHIBITION: HANA MACHI – BY SAKI&BITCHES

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【13-28 Sep 2018】 PRIVATE VIEW: 13 Sep 18-20. In a celebration of heritage and the power of a woman’s sexuality, ‘Hana Machi’ is an intimate exhibition by Japanese-born, London-based painter, SAKI&Bitches. SAKI&Bitches is Japanese Street artist/painter/illustrator currently based in London. She has a background in the fashion industry, having worked as a make-up artist for seven years in Tokyo, New York and London before switching from faces to the canvas. As a self-taught artist, SAKI’s work/style grow from doodles on the back of scrap pieces of paper to full-scale portraits. She’s playing around with multiple mediums over the years; paint, pencils, stencils, woodcraft and some sculpting. Her work is unintentionally controversial … Read More

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