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Sin Sin Fine Art proudly joined Art Central for the first time this year. During 21 – 26 March, we brought the reowned Indonesian Artists Bob Yudhita Agung and S. Teddy Darmawan’s recent pieces to everyone’s favourite Sin Sin Lane along with Helsinki based Indonesian Artist Dwi Setianto’s performance on his maganificent installation.

“day2day” continued at Sai Street opening on 24th March exhibiting the inventive artworks from Sin Sin Man, Hanafi, Lie Fhung and Rick Lewis in companion with the our beloved musicians’ improvised Jazz and the captivating Brazilian capoeira. Special thanks to Blue Butcher, Champagne G.H.MUMM, Tai Ping Carpet and Otto Tape for making everything happen.

Last but not least a big thank you to everyone who dropped by during Hong Kong's Crazy Art Week despite the pouring rain.

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Artist: Hanafi, Lie Fhung, Rick Lewis, Sin Sin Man

Exhibition duration: 24 March - 24 May 2016

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


Keeping up with a fast-paced life in Hong Kong, one can easily overlook diminutive occurrences that nevertheless provide stability and strength. On closer look, those seemingly insignificant day to day activities can turn out to be stepping stones to introspection and spirituality.

As Sin Sin Man writes in her artist statement: “Life is constant change and so we cherish the constants that are dispersed like bridgeheads throughout our life. They are anchors, towers and markers of a finite timeline.” The small, repetitive day to day occurrences make up some of those bridgeheads.

“day2day” at Sin Sin Fine Art continues until 24 May 2016. It features 4 artists’ interpretation of a “significant day  to day  insignificance”: Hanafi (Indonesia), Lie Fhung (Indonesia/Hong Kong), Rick Lewis (USA) and Sin Sin Man (Hong Kong).


Tai Ping Custon Rug “Energy Process” Launch Party

Artist: Sin Sin Man

Event Date: 10 May 2016 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Venue: 52 & 54 Sai Street, Central, HK

The Tai Ping’s custom rug, adapted from one of the ink-on-paper artworks by Sin Sin Man will be shown as one of the display items.  “Energy Process” as the design is named, is an interpretation of human body energy flow.  Strong and weak energy dynamics intertwine through the cleverly overlay of opulent silk to create a magnificent pattern and exquisite textures.  The 2 metre by 2.9 metre rug is a perfect manifestation of Tai Ping’s long established artisanship and celebration of the talent of Sin.

Tai Ping Carpet and Sin Sin Fine Art cordially invite you to join us for cocktails as we celebrate the launch of “ Energy Process” Carpet at Sin Sin Fine Art with “day2day” exhibition.

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Artist: Vincent Cazeneuve / Wensen Qi

Opening Reception: 27 May 2016 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm | ARTIST PRESENT

Musician: Lee Man Sang(Chinese Dong Xiao), Nelson Hiu (Chinese Percussions)&Sze Ka Yan (Mini Conga)

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, G/F 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong 

Atelier Visit: 28 May 2016 | 2:00 – 6:00 pm | ARTIST PRESENT

Venue: Sin Sin Atelier, Unit A, 4/F, Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Exhibition Duration: 27 May – 15 July 2016 

Sin Sin Fine Art associated with "Le French May" proudly presents a solo exhibition by French Artist Vincent Cazeneuve(Wensen Qi) who has been living in China for 9 years.

In this exhibition shows Vincent’s last researches about bodiless lacquer which enables the artist to explore further - not only apply lacquer on wood, but also on fibers, fabric and bamboo. He reconnected with this ancient technique used especially for statues in the Buddhist art in Asia.

His creations connect the audience to the primitive sensation of the natural beauty freed from a analytic approach.

Stay tuned for more information!


Near and Afar


Opening reception: 9 April 2016 | 6-8pm

Exhibition Duration: 9 April - June 11 2016

Venue: FP Contemporary, 5835 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA, USA

“The purpose of my paintings, large or small, has always been to take the viewer along with me on a shared journey of experience and feeling that allows them to observe the multiple changes of plane and intensity of colors and paints. This is especially true in my recent small scale Portraiture-Like works.

My act of painting is a dialogue between the conscious and the unconscious and the orientation of myself to the world” - Julia Nee Chu.

If you are in Los Angeles, make sure you won’t miss “Near and Afar” - the first solo exhibition of Julia Nee Chu in LA in over 20 years.


On and So Forth: Ground of Ideas

Artist: Eddi Prabandono

Date: 16 April – 29 May 2016

Venue: Mizuma Gallery, Gillman Barracks, 22 Lock Road, Singapore 


Eddi Prabandono is an Indonesian artist well known for his surreal sculptures - giant clay sculptures, some creations involved shovels, bicycles, skateboards, car, traffic sign and even a multi-looped Vespa.

“I want my art to be a spectacle for the viewer. It should be funny, entertaining and even stupid to those who see it.” - Eddi Prabandono

Eddi will participate in this group show featuring artists from around Asia – including  Aditya Novali from Indonesia, Miyanaga Aiko from Japan and Donna Ong from Singapore – whose pieces explore the technicality and significance of the various media they work with.


Open Studio

Artist: Rick Lewis

Event Date: 14 – 15 May 2016| 1:00 – 6:00 pm

Venue: 55, 33rd Street, 3rd floor Building 9 Suite A300, Brooklyn, NYC, US

Open Studio is to Catch a glimpse of the vibrant, creative culture of Industry City, as more than 75 painters, photographers, sculptors, stained-glass artists, woodworkers, jewelers, textile designers, graphic designers open their doors to the public.

Rick Lewis will open his studio to the public as part of the IC Open Studios event in Sunset Park Brooklyn. Please do not miss the chance if you are around Brooklyn hood.


Tumpek Kandang (Blessing day for animal)

Date: 30 April 2016

Venue: Bali Island - Indonesia

“Tumpek Kandang” is a Balinese ceremony to venerate the Almighty God as Shiva or Pasupati, which maintains all beings in this universe. The worship is manifested by giving thanksgiving ceremony to all animals, particularly cattle. It is one of the Balinese traditions giving the message that people should always act friendly against the nature and its contents.

Besides Hinduism Today in Bali there are also several different tumpek items , namely Tumpek Uduh for plants , Tumpek Landep for metal objects and tools ,Tumpek Kuningan to ancestral spirits , Tumpek Wayang puppets for shadow play and Tumpek Krulut for gamelan musical instruments traditional - all of which occurred in the 210 - day cycle on the calendar pawukon .

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Blue Butcher x Sin Sin Fine Art 

Event Date: 23 Mar 2016 | 12:00 pm

Duration: 16 Mar – April 30 2016

Venue: Blue Butcher, 108 Hollywood Rd, Central, HK


We all know some pairings in life are perfect together - Bread and Butter, Steak and Chips, Food and Art. Now you can experience all of these Yin and Yang’s under one roof.

For the months of March and April Blue Butcher has partnered with Sin Sin Fine Art displaying multi-media artworks by a selection of established Indonesian artists such as Bob Yudhita Agung, M.Irfan, Kokok P. Sancoko and Putu Sutawijaya in the restaurant itself.

We have invited 12 media friends to join us to preview these amazing art pieces selected by Sin Sin Man at Blue Butcher for an artsy lunch gathering.


Dance "IN" Possible V: 101

Artist: Victor Choi-Wo Ma, Mandy Ming-Yin Yim

Date: 23 – 24 April 2016

Venue: Hong Kong Culture Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong


The Dance "IN" Possible!? started from 1999 and now we have 5 series and 7 pieces. Aiming to discover the relationship between life with theatre, dance and performance, and to examine and explore more possibility of dance.

Dance artists and co-founders of Y-Space, Victor Choi-wo Ma and Mandy Ming-yin Yim review their life in dance at the age of 50+.. at it's fifth episode.!

It has been successfully shown last weekend at HK Culture center. We send our gratitude to all the efforts they have made to promote Contemporary dance culture in Hong Kong.

If you have missed the performance, click more to see what you have missed out.