PAST EXHIBITION: Land of the Rising Cat – Japanese Prints and Kawaii Cat Crafts Sales Exhibition

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【 6th September – 27th September 2019 】 SPECIAL OPENING: 7th and 21st September, 12:00-18:00 Sway Gallery London is proud to present an exciting, 100 purrcent cat-themed pop-up, introducing over 200 items, including collectables, kawaii crafts and folk toys, artworks, as well as Japanese woodblock prints! The event is a collaboration between Manami Okazaki, Japanese culture maven and author of Land of the Rising Cat: Japan’s Feline Fascination, which will be released and sold on the opening night, and Tiger Tanuki, Japanese art dealer and curator. Manami introduces a unique selection of traditional folk crafts from across Japan, ranging from wooden kokeshi dolls to porcelain manekineko (lucky cats). Tiger Tanuki … Read More

PAST EVENT: Book Launch Event: Land of the Rising Cat by Manami Okazaki

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【5th September 2019 18:00-20:00】 BOOK LAUNCH EVENT & EXHIBITION PRIVATE VIEW: 5th September 2019 18:00-20:00 (RSVP only due to the limited space; info@sway-gallery.com) PLEASE KINDLY NOTE: due to the popularity of the event only confirmed RSVP emails guarantee the participation in the Book Launch & Exhibition Private View Event. This is an introductory event and Private View to the Land of the Rising Cat – Japanese prints and Kawaii Cat Craft Sales Exhibition, which starts on the 6th September 2019 and ends on the 27th September 2019. Sway Gallery is proud to host the book launch and signing event, as part of a three-week cat-themed sales exhibition including works by … Read More

PAST EXHIBITION: Lost in Transition by Vanessa Milito Rodriguez

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【2nd – 28th August 2019】 OPENING RECEPTION: 1 August Thu 18:00-20:00 RSVP: EVENTBRITE SPECIAL OPENING: 3 August Sat 12:00-18:00 VMR – Vanessa Milito Rodriguez – is an Italian-Colombian artist born in Milan, Italy. She has become fascinated with the traditional Japanese tattoos, Irezumi, which then led her to the discovery of Ukiyo-e woodblock prints. In 2016 she moved to Paris, France, where her love for Ukiyo-e and Japanese culture has grown even further as Paris is the birthplace of the ’Japonisme’ art movement. The title ‘Lost in Transition’ is inspired by Sofia Coppola’s movie ‘Lost in Translation’. The preparation for the exhibition took place in France, as well as during … Read More

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