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On 15th October, an exhibition featuring new works by Bob Yudhita Agung, Sin SIn Man and S. Teddy Darmawan opened at Sin Sin Fine Art. We are blessed with the presence of Bob and Teddy who flew all the way from Indonesia to be with us that night. 

The performance "Friendship"  by Indonesian Artist Yustoni Volunteero and Hong Kong Musician Edmund Leung's handpan has inspired audiences with the dynamic interaction - a fun reminder on how we support, inspire and respect each other despite the many difficult entanglements we might face from time to time throughout our friendships. That together, we become better persons, better teams, better members of societies.

Thank you for joining us for the night. Click more to see how SURVIVORS meet the Survivors!



Artists: Bob Yudhita Agung, Sin Sin Man, S. Teddy Darmawan

Exhibition Duration: 15 October –21 November 2015

Venue: 52 & 54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Sin Sin Fine Art is pleased to present SURVIVORS, an exhibition featuring new works by Hong Kong artist Sin Sin Man and Indonesian artists Bob Yudhita Agung and S. Teddy Darmawan. These artists of different backgrounds are unified by their affinity to a free and spontaneous mode of expression, and by how each of them, in their different paths, have survived a major challenge in their lives.

Recently, the three of them have spent a very intense time working together in Bali. They got to know each other even better, and their dynamics fueling each other’s creative sparks, resulting in the powerful artworks shown in this exhibition.

Survivors will serve as the first public event to be held in the new Studio in Wong Chuk Hang. We are extremely excited to embark upon a new chapter with you all.

*Partial Proceed Goes to Art In Hospital – Reach For The HeART. 




Soho & Sheung Wan Art Lates

Event Date: 6 November 2015 | 6:00 - 10:00 pm

Event Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, 52&54 Sai Street, Central


South Island Art Day

Event Date: 7th November 2015 | 11:00 am - 7:00 pm

Event Venue: Sin Sin Atelier, 4A Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Aberdeen


Hong Kong Art Gallery Week 2015 is a week-long Arts Festival of Talks, Tours, Studio Visits, circling Art Buses touring the different art districts, Art Lates as well as Family Art Days by neighbourhood. This week-long festival, in addition to other gallery events, fosters a culture of gallery-hopping in one of Asia’s most dynamic cities!

Looking forward to welcoming you on both 6th & 7th November!



LOUIS CANE - Window of The Light

Artwork Tile: De l'air coloré

Resin paint on wire gauze

45.5×53.5 cm


Exhibition Duration: 26 November – 31 December 2015

Venue:  Sin Sin Fine Art, 52 Sai Street, Central


Louis CANE, who has been a leading figure in French contemporary art since joining the artistic movement “Support/Surface” movement in France in the late 1960s. This is the first solo exhibition introducing his recent works in Hong Kong at Sin Sin Fine Art, entitled “Window of The Light”.


Coloring is one inevitable and essential element of Louis Cane’s works. By airing and stretching, he manipulates the color’s outlines and expressions as much as possible so as to approach the ‘irrationality’ created by the delight of colors. He says to have found “the way to discover colors hidden in the air” and his latest works are more color-conscious with discreet supports such as aluminum and fiberglass


*Partial Proceed Goes to Art In Hospital – Reach For The HeART. 


Art in Hospital - Reach For The HeART Programs

SURVIVORS Artists: Bob Yudhita Agung, Sin Sin Man, S. Teddy Darmawan

Exhibition Duration: 15 October –21 November 2015


LOUIS CANE - Window of The Light

Exhibition Duration: 26 November – 31 December 2015


Reach For The HeART Programs - Charity Luncheon

Event Date: 4 December 2015 | 12:30 pm


Anam Thubten Sharing - The Second Life

Event Date: 8 December 2015

*Partial Proceeds goes to Reach For The HeART Project



Reach For The HeART Programs - Charity Luncheon

Event Date: 4 December 2015 | 12:30 pm

Venue: The China Club, No.1 Banker Street, Central, HK


This year’s Annual Charity Luncheon will be held at the China Club. As always, a portion of the proceeds from this luncheon will go towards providing free workshops and other art activities exclusively for elderly patients in public hospitals.

Price HKD$650 per person, includes a full set menu

Beverages will be charged on consumption basis.


Proper attire required.

No t-shirts, polo-shirts, short trousers, sandals, trainers and slippers.

For RSVP and Payment details please contact


*Partial Proceed Goes to Art In Hospital – Reach For The HeART. 


Anam Thubten Sharing - The Second Life

Event Date: 8 December 2015

6:30pm: Anam Thubten Book Signing with Informal Tea Gathering

7:00pm: Teachings, Feast Ceremony and Vajra Dance


The Second Life

There is this idea of having two lives in one human body in Tibetan tradition. This is a transformation we all have the choice to go through. By cultivating awareness and self-knowledge, we can undo our internal karmic bondages and become a new person who has more love and wisdom. Such inner change can be so profound that we can become a totally new person by leaving many of our old habits behind.  The talk with end with Tsok, a Tantric Buddhist feast ceremony and Newar Vajra dance offered by LiAnne Takeuchi Hunt.


Anam Thubten grew up in Tibet and at an early age began to practice in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. He is the founder and spiritual advisor of Dharmata Foundation, teaching widely in the U.S. and occasionally abroad. He is also the author of The Magic of Awareness and No Self, No Problem. Through the essential wisdom of Buddhism and his personal experience on the spiritual path, Anam Thubten brings alive the timeless teachings and invites everyone to participate.

More programs are coming, please stay tuned.


Sculpture Extended

Artist: Anusapati

Exhibition Duration: 20 – 31 October 2015

Venue: Pacific Place Mall Jakarta, Indonesia

Group exhibition “Sculpture Extended” currated by Emmo  Italiaander held at Pacific Place Mall, Jakarta to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Ciptadana. Through the art event, Ciptadana wish to encourage their clients to be connected with Indonesian art and cultures.The exhibition present renown contemporary artist such as: Anusapati, Awan Parulian Simatupang, Hedi Hariyanto, Ichwan Noor dan Teguh Supriyono. 



Curator: Roland Hagenberg

Artist: Bob Yudhita Agung, Konstantin Bessmertny, Sin Sin Man, S. Teddy D

Exhibition Duration: 24 October – 1 November 2015

Venue: NG 39 Art Space, Neugasse 39, 732 Raiding Austria


“Hidden” is the title of an exhibition with 37 international artists participating, among them several from Sin Sin Fin Art (Bob Yudhita Agung, Konstantin Bessmertny, Roland Hagenberg and Sin Sin Man, S. Teddy D).

The show is installed in an old farm house in Raiding – the village in Austria, where composer Franz Liszt was born. Other artists include Ai Wei Wei, Gilbert & George, Nobuyoshi Araki and many others.


Casualties of War

Artist: S. Teddy Darmawan

Exhibition Duration: 27 October – 9 November 2015

Venue: Nadi Gallery, JI. Kembang Indah III Blok G3 no. 4-5 Puri Indah, Jakarta, Indonesia


S. Teddy Darmawan walks his own path in his own world, carving out his own trail in the art world. When facing with the wider outer world with its harsh realities, he was shocked by the seemingly pointless cruelty of wars. "… wars are endless production of violence." 

The way he sees it, wars are man-made disasters, rotten catastrophies which should be able to be avoided, unlike natural disasters - earthquake, tsunami, volcanic eruptions -  in which human beings have no control of. 

For Teddy, wars are the most uncreative creation of man. Creativity are constructive, whhile wars are destructive to the core of humanity.


Equator Art Projects at Art Taipei 2015
Artist: Kokok P. Sancoko

Exhibition Duration: 30 October - 2 November 2015
Venue: Taipei Word Trade Centre, Exhibition Hall one no. 5. Hsin Yi Rd. Sec.5. Taipei city, Taiwan

Equator Art Project is the Indonesian gallery seeks to contribute to the study of Southeast Asian art history through its extensive programme of exhibitions, talks and publications. The gallery presented the artworks of Kokok P Sancoko at Art Taiwan 2015 on booth no B-03 together with some other artist; Filippo Scascia, gede Mahendrayasa, J.A. Pramuhendra, Jalaini Abu Hassan, Kemal Ezadine and Sigit Santoso. The Art Taipei 2015 is return for its 22nd year edition, represent selection of over 3000 artworks.


Biennale Jogja XIII “Hacking Conflict"

Exhibition Duration:1 November – 10 December 2015

Venue: Jogja National Museum (central site for the main exhibition), Indonesia


Biennale Jogja XIII is directed by Alia Swastika - a curator living in Yogyakarta, in collaboration  with artistic director Rain Roshidi who is also an independent curator/lecturer and a multidisciplinary artist Woto Wibowo. The theme of the 13th Biennale Jogja is “Hacking Conflict”: it’s about beyond the similarity between Indonesia and Nigeria.  Both Indonesia and Nigeria are post-colonial countries with shared experiences related to authoritarianism and were both freed from authoritarian rule in the late 1990’s. 

The main exhibition of Biennale Jogja XIII will engage not only visual artists but also a variety of participants and professionals from dancers, to book editors to graphic designers and engineers. The diversity of these participants will stimulate frictions and differences as they are prompted to collaborate with the curator and hack the ideas and examples of conflicts.


“Mekepung” Negara Buffalo Races

Event Date: 28 November 2015 at 07:30 am

Venue: Negara Stadium Jembrana, West Bali, Indonesia


Makepung, literally ‘chasing around’ in Bahasa, is a tradition of buffalo racing passed through generations in Bali, specifically in Jembrana (West Bali). It started as race between farmers during their spare time. It is now a public affair every Sunday from July to November.

The Makepung races start at 7:30a.m. with dozens of pairs of participant competing . Others take part in the colourful fashion parade. The races last for 5 hours, with the buffaloes divided into three racing divisions.


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