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Swedenborg’s Lusthus exhibition | Guided tour with Assistant Curator Anya Reeve

EVENT: Swedenborg’s Lusthus exhibition | Guided tour with Assistant Curator Anya Reeve

DATE: 11th March 2024 - 11th March 2024

TIME: 2pm - 4 pm

VENUE: Swedenborg House Gallery

CURATOR/S: Stephen McNeilly

SPEAKER/S: Anya Reeve

TOUR GUIDE/S: Anya Reeve

Join Assistant Curator Anya Reeve for a guided tour of the Swedenborg House Gallery and its new exhibition, Swedenborg’s Lusthus: On Memory and Place, where you can find out about the participating artists and how they came to be involved in the exhibition, and the stories behind the artworks and archival items, which bear testament to the extraordinary resonance of an eighteenth-century summerhouse.

Built as a wooden retreat at the far end of his garden in Stockholm in 1747 and serving as a focal point for his writing and otherworldly conversations, Swedenborg’s lusthus has come to stand as an emblematic presence of his visionary legacy for over 250 years.

The tour is free, but space is limited. Please book by the button above or RSVP by emailing

Assistant Curator

ANYA REEVE is a publishing, gallery and events assistant at the Swedenborg Society. Anya has lately acted as Assistant Curator on Swedenborg’s Lusthus: on memory and place (2024) and was the exhibition assistant and Assistant Editor for the Histories & HauntingsĀ project (Renchi Bicknell, Brian Catling, Iain Sinclair et al.; 2023). Prior to joining the Society, Anya completed a BA in English Language and Literature and an MSt in Literature 1900-Present at the University of Oxford. She has had essays published in The Modernist Review and The Oxonian Review, and two of her creative prose pieces were published in Snow lit rev, no. 12-12Ā½ (autumn 2023), with a new piece for Snow forthcoming this year.