CURRENT EVENT: SWAY GALLERY XMAS MARKET 2022 – ARTS AND CRAFTS

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【1st – 23rd December 2022】 We are delighted to announce the Sway Gallery Xmas Market returns this December with Japanese arts and crafts! Explore a wide range of hand crafted jewellery, accessories, ceramics, and artworks. If you are looking for one of a kind of gifts, head straight to Sway Gallery London! Looking forward to seeing you at our Old street store. An amazing line up of carefully selected unique gifts, all hand crafted by artists and designers: Charlotte ~ Martin Le Lapin Cookies Yukiko the Witch Kiramics La Maison NOZAKY M-nomi Miyu Kurihara MYSTIC FORMS OPENING HOURS 1st – 23rd DEC Mon-Fri: 11:00 -19:00 Sat-Sun: 12:00-18:00 Free entry

PAST EXHIBITION: “Design calligraphy” by Ai Suzuki

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【3rd – 9th November 2022】 Over the past year, spectacular calligraphy art by Ai Suzuki has brought remarkable impressions to the audience in London. We have been proud to showcase afresh and this would be your last chance to see her artwork. This compact exhibition will be held in the art section of Sway Gallery London. Ai Suzuki Since Ai Suzuki was young, she loved to daydream. Whenever she saw a beautiful sky or flower or bird or even a little bug, she made space for it in her imagination and made up a simple story about it to amuse herself. She also enjoyed recalling the strange landscapes she encountered … Read More

PAST EXHIBITION: ArigaTo The World

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【7th – 13th July 2022】 Bring your “Arigato(Gratitude)” message to connect the world in peace, love and hope. A special art event to decorate bamboo branches with “Arigato(Gratitude)” messages from all over the world, called “ArigaTo the World” will be held from 7th till 13th July 2022 at Sway Gallery London. The 7th of July is Tanabata Day in Japan. On this day Japanese people hang colourful decorations and strips of paper containing their wishes and hopes for the future on bamboo branches. In the Tanabata story, on the night of the 7th of July, Orihime and Hikoboshi, who were separated by the Milky Way, can meet only once a … Read More

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