CANCELLED EVENT – Reiko Hashimoto x Made In Japan Tableware – on Japanese food and ceramics – collaboration talk event at Sway Gallery London

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We are deeply sorry but out of concern for everyone’s health, during the virus outbreak, we are forced to cancel the Collaboration Talk event. As of now, we have not decided to close the gallery, and we will do our best to continue the current pop up and the upcoming events. Please visit our website where we will soon update more information about our upcoming events. We are still looking forward to see you at Sway Gallery London! 【20th March 2020 18:00 】 Sway Gallery London is proud to host Reiko Hashimoto, the Japanese food specialist, during the Made In Japan Tableware pop up on Friday, 20th March 2020. Reiko … Read More

PAST EVENT: The creation of modern kimono – Kimono Magic Society pop up at Sway Gallery London.

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【29th February to 4th March 2020】 SPECIAL EVENTS:KIMONO DRESSING EXPERIENCESATURDAY 29th FEBRUARY: 13:00-16:00SUNDAY 1st MARCH: 13:00-16:00Try on a real kimono! (15-30 MINUTES) £12 PER PERSON – paid on the day. Walk in welcome – first come first, served basis; please choose and book your preferable time to avoid disappointment (13:00; 13:20; 13:40; 14:00; 14:20; 14:40; 15:00; 15:20; 15:40)Please book your preferable day and time through rumixdesign@gmail.com (add SWAY KIMONO in the subject line) SATURDAY 29th FEBRUARYLIVE PAINTING PERFORMANCE: 15:00 – 17:00 SUNDAY 1st MarchKIMONO FASHION SHOW with CELLO PERFORMANCE 16:30Followed by Drink Reception until 18:00(no booking required – due to the capacity of the venue, please ensure to arrive early … Read More

PAST EXHIBITION: The Tale of Genji – KIRIE art exhibition by Hobo Komiyama

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[3rd – 28th February 2020] Final day 28th Feb – exhibition open until 16:00 Hobo Komiyama was born in 1946 in Tokyo, Japan. While studying at Musashino Art University, Hobo became a scenography design researcher for a theatre company. After graduating from the university, he began his career as a kimono dye colorist and illustrator. Finally in 1975, he has begun his career as a papercutting artist and is active until today, with multiple successful publications and exhibitions in, as well as outside of, Japan. The main theme of this solo exhibition is scenes from The Tale of Genji, which is a classical work written during the early years of … Read More

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