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On 15th Januarary we have opened Chinese Contemporary Ink Art - Sun Guanyi's solo exhibition Beyond Heavens at Sin Sin Fine Art.

This series of artworks are undoubtedly related to his Buddhist practice. More importantly his Buddhist practice does not exist as an artistic pursuit or subject of interest, it is the devotion of his life. Thank you for coming to the opening and sharing our 12 year-journey with Sun Guangyi. 

For February 2016, we wish all of you a wonderful Chinese New Year to celebrate. May all good things come your way.

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Chinese Contemporary Ink Art - Beyond Heavens 天外有天

Artist: Sun Guangyi (Chinese)

Exhibition Duration: 15 January – 28 February 2016

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


Sin Sin Fine Art delightfully presented a solo exhibition by Sun Guangyi, entitled “Beyond Heavens” – it shows the result of his most recent contemplative discoveries: there are many layers of heaven, many layers of blessing - one after another. It is a distillation of his spiritual journey in twelve years of devoted, self-determined search for the ultimate peace of a freed soul.


This series of artworks came after his retreat at Meili, they are expressed through clear and carefree ink movements, which makes viewers feel deeply the influence Zen practice has on his life and art.  Instead of saying that Guanyi’s artworks stand out from the overwhelming trend of Contemporary Ink Art, it may be better to say that they have unveiled to us a brand new possibility: abstract, but closely related to the genes of Eastern civilization, navigating through ontology language to express enlightenment.


The exhibition will run until 28th Feburary, come to witness the magnificant by yourself!




-Art Central Hong Kong 2016-

Artists: Bob Yudhita Agung, S. Teddy Darmawan, Dwi Setianto

Exhibition Duration: 21 - 26 March 2016 | 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Venue:Central Harbourfront, Hong Kong

Art Central, a contemporary art fair in the heart of Hong Kong returns to the iconic Central Harbourfront 23-26 March 2016 (First Night 21 March). Art Central has firmly established itself as a must-see event in the annual art fair calendar, adding a fresh new style to Hong Kong Art Week. 

This year Sin Sin Fine Art will proudly join Art Central 2nd edition with Indonesian artists Bob Yudhita Agung and S. Teddy Darmawan’s recent artworks. Indonesian artist based in Finland Dwi Setianto will be participating PROJECT with his creation of a fascinating abundance of growth within the urban environment on a 12 meter wide x 3.5 meter high wall.



- Sin Sin Fine Art -

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

Exhibition duration: 24 March - 24 May 2016

Opening Reception: 24 March 2016 | 7:30 - 9:30 pm

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 forget the little things that matter. Without realizing it, we often miss out on the important parts of life amidst the craziness of an ever-changing world from day to day.

Sin Sin Fine Art delightfully presents “Day to Day”, an exciting double exhibition takes place in two separate venues. Started from 24 March to 24 May 2016 at Sin Sin Fine Art featuring works by Sin Sin Man (Hong Kong), Hanafi (Indonesia), Lie Fhung (Indonesia/Hong Kong) and Rick Lewis (USA). 

More details will be enclosed soon. Stay tuned!



Date: 23 Jan – 20 Feb, 2016

Venue: Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta – Indonesia


"I got closer with the other artists and that we became a Brotherhood. We had a special time together and a special bond. Because we are all artists, we were able to create a dialogue and share our experiences with each other. We speak the same language” Putu Sutawijaya’s statement on his interview during the "Road Trip To California 2015"

Interview with Putu Sutawijaya


On September 12, 2015, Baik Art sent four Asian artists on a road trip to central and northern California. From September 13 to September 21, Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Heri Dono, Kow Leong Kiang and Putu Sutawijaya traveled together visiting many natural sites, including Big Sur and Yosemite National Park. The experience culminated in an open studios event at the 18th Street Arts Center in Santa Monica on September 22.


Together, Anwar, Dono, Kiang and Sutawijaya visited Hearst Castle, Big Sur, San Francisco, Sacramento, and Yosemite National Park. At Hearst Castle, they explored California’s central coastline, and during their two days spent in Big Sur, the artists looked for sea otters and other sea creatures. They saw redwood trees and stopped to visit various surfing destinations. Their drive near Half-Moon Bay Area brought them close to Crystal Springs Reservoir and Mavericks, where some of the largest surfa­ble waves on earth can be found.


Throughout the eight-day-long road trip, Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Heri Dono, Kow Leong Kiang and Putu Sutawijaya considered ways in which these natural and historical places had influenced their art practices.


Galungan Festival 2016

Event Date: 8th and 9th February 2016

Venue: Bali, Indonesia


Galungan” on 9th February 2016 is the most important celebration in Bali; this is the day to celebrate the victory of "Good over the evil". On this day besides worshiping God, people also believe that the ancestors spirit will return home for visit, this is also a perfect time to show respect to their ancestors


On "Galungan" Eve, besides the Chinese New Year celebration for all the Indonesian-Chinese living there, this is the day when Balinese Hindu followers are installing “Penjor” (tall bamboo decorated with palm leaves, coconut, rice seeds, fruits,cake and offerings) in every entrance. The “Penjor” will exist for a month to show their gratitude to the God’s blessing for the past 7 months.