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START, presented by Prudential, was held at Saatchi Gallery, London from 10 – 13 September 2015. As a platform that shines a spotlight on emerging artists and new art scenes, we are very proud to join START this year. Sin Sin Fine Art is excited to take part in the START Art Fair at Saatchi Gallery in London


We are grateful for all the positive feedback we received from our old and new friends we encountered in our booth. Thank you for visiting us at Saatchi Gallery to witness poignant artworks by Sin Sin Man, Hanafi, M. Irfan and S. Teddy Darmawan there! Click More for more details!



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

Opening Reception: 15 Oct 2015 | 6-30 - 9:30 pm

Special Performance:

Benang Merah dan Daun by Yustoni Voluntero (Indonesia)

Handpan performance by Edmund Leung (Hong Kong)

Exhibition Duration: 15 Oct 2015 –21 Nov 2015

Venue: 52 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. 


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. 


Reach For The HeART Programs - Charity Luncheon

Event Date: 4 December 2015 | 12:30 pm

Venue: The China Club, Old Bank of China Building, 1 Bank 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 info@sinsinfineart.com


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


More programs are coming, please stay tuned.



Curator: Roland Hagenberg

Artist: Ai Wei Wei, Bob Yudhita Agung, Konstantin Bessmertny, Sin Sin Man, S. Teddy D, Gilbert & George, Nobuyoshi Araki and more

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. 


Children program “It’s for Indonesia"

Artist: EddiE haRa (Indonesian)

Event Date: 31 October 2015 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Venue: Museum of Marketing 3.0 at Museum Puri Lukisan. Jalan Raya Ubud


The Children Program at Ubud Writer Festival featuring an Indonesian artist, EddiE haRa, and US-based author, Elizabeth Rush Create, to guide 10 Children age 12-15 years old to create their own book.


Eddie Hara, born in Salatiga Indonesia Nov 10, 1957, is currently living in Basel Switzerland. Attended Indonesian Institue of the Arts Yogyakarta Indonesia and Akademie voor Beeldende Kunst (AKI) Enschede the Netherlands (both majoring in painting), Eddie has been exhibiting actively both in Indonesia and abroad until now.


Elizabeth Rush is the author of many books including the recently released Still Lifes from a Vanishing City: essays and photographs of Yangon, Myanmar (Global Directions /Things Asian Press 2015).


Road Trip To California

Artist: Putu Sutawijaya

Exhibition Duration: September 23 – October 10 2015

Venue: 18th Street Arts Center | Atrium Gallery, Washington, USA


Following the opening of Juan Capistran’s solo show on September 12, 2015 Baik Art will send four Asian artists on a road trip to central and northern California. From September 13 to September 21, Ahmad Zakii AnwarHeri DonoKow Leong Kiang and Putu Sutawijaya  are traveling together and visit many natural sites. The experience will culminate in an open studios event at the 18th Street Arts Center on September 22.


Together, Anwar, Dono, Kiang and Putu Sutawijaya visit Hearst Castle, Big Sur, Santa Cruz, Half-Moon Bay, San Francisco, Sacramento, Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park. At Hearst Castle, they will explore California’s central coastline, and during three days spent in Big Sur, the artists look for sea otters. In Santa Cruz, they see redwood trees and visit various surfing destinations. Their drive along Half-Moon bay then take them to both the Crystal Springs Reservoir and Mavericks, where some of the largest surfable waves on Earth can be found.


Ubud Writer Festival 

Exhibition Duration: 28 October – 1 November 2015

Venue: Jalan Raya Sanggingan, Ubud, Bali-Indonesia


The annual Ubud Writer Festival will brings together more than 165 authors from over 25 different countries - including Christina Lamb, Michael Chabon, Mpho Tutu, Raditya Dika, Ayu Utami, Teju Cole, Anuradha Roy and more Take a browse of our Full Writer list – you’ll  notice it includes a Pulitzer Prize-winner, an OBE, a 1m+ YouTube star, an Oscars contender, a North Korea defector, a rebel, a yogi, an Italian blockbuster and a Reverend.


As always, the heart and soul of the Festival is the Main Program, where the big ideas and global issues are diced out in fiery panel discussions, talks and intimate conversations. As this year our theme is 17,000 Islands of Imagination we will touch on the 1965 massacre, regions such as Acehand Papua, storytelling through cloth, and much more.


Other program including Book Launches, Fringe Events, and the Festival Club, film program, special event,  literary lunches, cocktail soirees, walking tours, workshop series and more.