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Artist Talk: Mari Katayama

Artist Talk: Mari Katayama

In the photographic self-portraits of Mari Katayama, the artist’s body features prominently, surrounded by painstakingly arranged objects, both in intimate settings or set against vast landscapes. The recipient of the Grand Prize at Art Award Tokyo Marunouchi 2012, Katayama was born with various developmental challenges, and had both legs amputated at age nine and has […]

I’m with you by So Fujii and Natsuki Tsukagoshi

I’m with you by So Fujii and Natsuki Tsukagoshi

Following the great success of ‘The Pets You Love’ by illustrator So Fujii, the Sway Gallery London is delighted to announce the opening of ‘I’m with you’, an exhibition where So Fujii teamed up with Tokyo-based icing artist Natsuki Tsukagoshi to deliver a new view of ‘The Pets You Love’, using different materials, yet following […]

SOLO EXHIBITION by SOON YUL KANG at THE MENUHIN HALL

SOLO EXHIBITION by SOON YUL KANG at THE MENUHIN HALL

The Menuhin Hall presents an exhibition by Korean-born artist Soon Yul Kang. The exhibition titled dialogue creates meditative atmosphere to viewers through her subtle colour of hand- woven tapestries and mulberry paper collage works inspired by the ZEN understanding of simplicity, emptiness, stillness, repetition and nature. Soon Yul Kang studied fibre arts in Korea, Japan […]

Experience Japan Exhibition 2018

Experience Japan Exhibition 2018

Experience Japan Exhibition will be back in London this November for the 8th year, bringing information on the growing range of exciting study and research opportunities in Japan. The event, hosted by Keio University and co-hosted by the British Council, allows participants to meet representatives of Japanese Universities and receive information on the various study […]

Jailhouse Locke by Tsuyoshi Anzai

Jailhouse Locke by Tsuyoshi Anzai

The works presented in Tsuyoshi Anzai’s first solo exhibition in the UK pose questions about the ‘thereness’ of everyday items. Taking inspiration from the Platonic philosophical assumption of a world of ideas which is hidden from human senses, Anzai attempts to disrupt the way we unconsciously and passively perceive “representation”, by creating a state where […]

SOMETHING NEW – Yuta Segawa Ceramics Solo Exhibition

SOMETHING NEW – Yuta Segawa Ceramics Solo Exhibition

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 […]

Demonstration: Knife Sharpening with TADAFUSA

Demonstration: Knife Sharpening with TADAFUSA

The demonstration is part of the programme of events taking place in conjunction with the exhibition BIOLOGY OF METAL: METAL CRAFTSMANSHIP IN TSUBAME-SANJO, which is open until 28 October 2018 at Japan House London. Knives forged in the Tsubame-Sanjo region of Japan have been prized in Japan since the 19th century, and today they are […]

Resonating Surfaces by Akira Yamaguchi

Resonating Surfaces by Akira Yamaguchi

The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation is delighted to introduce the work of the renowned Japanese painter Akira Yamaguchi to the UK public. The works exhibited here present Yamaguchi’s attempt to resolve the contradiction of being a painter inheriting the legacy of classical Japanese art, but also trained at art school to follow Western (oil-based) painting techniques. […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club