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1st BIRTHDAY OFFER // 16-17 May 2020

1st BIRTHDAY OFFER // 16-17 May 2020

Originally we were planning on throwing a party with some nibbles and drinks in the gallery, but unfortunately the world has changed and we take our responsibility to keep everyone as safe as possible seriously.Today we celebrate our 1st birt…

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UPDATE // 30 March 2020

UPDATE // 30 March 2020

To our Sway Gallery family, We just thought we would give you an update regarding everything that is going on right now. The safety of our staff & customers is our top priority, and as such we have decided to keep the store closed to the gene…

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TO OUR FRIENDS...

TO OUR FRIENDS...

To our Sway Gallery family, We are very lucky to have the customers we do and we have been genuinely very touched by the people who have wished us well since we’ve opened in Sweden. During this continually evolving situation regarding the COV…

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CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS ❤️

CHRISTMAS OPENING HOURS ❤️

For December we have turned our gallery space into extra shop space! We have all our most recent products on display including all of our vintage silk Haori and our new collection of vintage Kokeshi dolls from the Tohoku region :) We will als…

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HOBO KOMIYAMA // 3 October - 31 October 2019

HOBO KOMIYAMA // 3 October - 31 October 2019

Hobo Komiyama was born in 1946 in Tokyo, Japan. While studying at Musashino Art University, Hobo became a researcher for a theatre company. After graduating from Musashino Art University, he began his career as a clothing dye colorist and ill…

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SUMIO SUGIMOTO // 15 August - 7 September 2019

SUMIO SUGIMOTO // 15 August - 7 September 2019

Sumio Sugimoto, born in 1948, is a Japanese artist who lives and works in Iwate prefecture. His paintings are influenced by Kenji Miyazawa (1896-1933) - a poet and writer of fantasy stories for children. With his many pictures of children, wo…

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Kintsugi workshop

Kintsugi workshop

Kintsugi is an old Japanese art of fixing broken pottery with gold. The 'New Kintsugi' repair kit by Humade combines this lovely old technique with new technology. By visible mending you emphasise the marks and scars of an object, giving it a…

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