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EXHIBITION: Anno’s Journey: the World of Anno Mitsumasa

EXHIBITION: Anno’s Journey: the World of Anno Mitsumasa

This exhibition explores the work of Anno Mitsumasa, one of Japan’s greatest children’s book illustrators and authors, who is best known for his picture books, with few or no words, published from the late 1960s onwards. The display illustrates the story of Anno Mitsumasa’s life and creative journey, features a reading library with many of […]

Japanese tableware pop-up by MADE IN JAPAN TABLEWARE at Sway Gallery

Japanese tableware pop-up by MADE IN JAPAN TABLEWARE at Sway Gallery

For the first time Made In Japan (MIJ) tableware will be coming to London to introduce their Japanese collections, ranging from dining plates, serving platters and ramen bowls to glassware, cups and sauce dishes at affordable prices! Made In Japan tableware is seldom seen outside Japan and they are proud to bring their products to […]

An exhibition of three Japanese ceramicists

An exhibition of three Japanese ceramicists

The first British showing of two self-taught Japanese ceramicists alongside the return of a firm favourite, Shinichi Sawada, resulting in an exciting exhibition opportunity. The three artists’ ceramics feature bold visionary creatures and demons, alongside more recognisable animals. Date: 9 – 17 July 2019Venue: Sway Gallery London, 70-72 Old St, London EC1V 9AN

A Drunk Pandemic

A Drunk Pandemic

Manchester International Festival is the world’s first festival of original, new work and special events. From theatres, galleries and concert halls to railway depots, churches and car parks – MIF bursts across the city in established and found venues. The Festival is staged every two years in Manchester and the next edition is set to […]

Solo Exhibition by Nobuko Tsuchiya at Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019

Solo Exhibition by Nobuko Tsuchiya  at Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019

Nobuko Tsuchiya uses a variety of media to create imaginative sculptures that evoke an arresting narrative quality. Her work incorporates found household objects including mop buckets, table legs, rags and plastic tubing. Her enigmatic sculptures resemble minimalist mechanisms devoid of function, primitive robots, or curious experiments.  She begins by collecting materials she is intuitively attracted to […]

Hikari Shimoda: Stand Up, Saviour

Hikari Shimoda: Stand Up, Saviour

The colourful and disarming artworks by the Japanese pop painter Hikari Shimoda will intertwine with the emotional and poetic Street Art by the Italian Millo, filling up Dorothy Circus Gallery’s walls. The intense dialogue between their artworks highlights their unique representation of adolescence and modern youth.  The Japanese artist Hikari Shimoda paints using bright colours […]

Touring Exhibition: This is Manga – the Art of URASAWA Naoki

Touring Exhibition: This is Manga – the Art of URASAWA Naoki

This summer Japan House London presents an exhibition on the popular form of Japanese illustrated literature – manga – through the work of internationally acclaimed manga artist, URASAWA Naoki. The exhibition immerses visitors in the iconic Japanese art form and introduces Urasawa’s ideas from inception through development, with more than 400 original drawings and storyboards […]

Refracting Light

Refracting Light

Eames Fine Art is delighted to present Refracting Light, an exhibition of new works by artist Sophie Layton. Using traditional Japanese printmaking techniques and inspired by blown glass, these works represent an exciting juncture in the artist’s career.Layton’s pieces are created using the practice of mokuhanga, studied by the artist during a three-month printmaking residency […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club