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Ms. Sin Sin Man revisited our art friends in Jogja for the first time in last 2 years with Komang and Heather. It was very inspiring to visit Abdi Setiawan, Anusapati, Bob Yudhita Agung, Dwi Setianto, Eddi Prabandono Jumald Alfi, Kokok P. Sancoko, M. Irfan, Pande Ketut Taman and Yunizar.

The vibe in Jogja is casual, down-to-earth, open and welcoming to anyone who has a genuine interest in learning about the scene.

The openness starts with the artists themselves, most of whom are affiliated with studios made up of a number of artists from different generations. From modest to monumental, craft to contemporary, humorous to heavyweight conceptual work, the art emerging from Yogyakarta is refreshingly diverse and experimental.

After recharging from the wonderful Jogja trip, let’s look forward to Sin Sin Fine Art’s 2017 programs!

Japanese Photographers
Born in 1920s ~ 1940s
CLOSING PARTY: 18 Jan 2017 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Artist: Eikoh Hosoe(1933) | Takashi Kijima(1920-2011)
Daido Moriyama(1938) | Hajime Sawatari(1940)
Issei Suda(1940) | Shomei Tomatsu(1930-2012) 
 Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, G/F 52&54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong
Thank you for joining us for the closing party of "Japanese Photograhers Born in 1920s-1940s". Japanese Photography is one of the biggest artistic contributions to the world by a single country in recent history. We are very honored to bring the seminal works of Postwar Photography in such a scale to Hong Kong for the very first time. 

Artists: Abdi Setiawan (Indonesia),Antoinette Rozan (France), Anusapati (Indonesia), Bai Xincheng(China)Bob Yudhita Agung (Indonesia)C. Garcia de la Nuez (Cuba)Daido Moriyama (Japan)Dwi Setianto (Indonesia/Finland)Eddi Prabandono (Indonesia)eddiE haRA (Indonesia/Switzerland), Eiichiro Sakata (Japan), Eikoh Hosoe (Japan), FauZie As’Ad (Indonesia), Gedvile Grace Bunikyte (Lithuania), Hanafi (Indonesia), Hajime Sawatari (Japan), Herve Maury (France), Issei Suda (Japan), I Gusti Buda (Indonesia), Kokok P. Sancoko (Indonesia), Julia Nee Chu (USA), Jumaldi Alfi (Indonesia),Lee Man Sang (Hong Kong), Lie Fhung (Indonesia), M. Irfan (Indonesia), Maria Lobo (USA), Nasirun (Indonesia), Pablo Posada Pernikoff (Columbia), Pande Ketut Taman (Indonesia), Putu Sutawijaya (Indonesia), Rick Lewis (USA), Roland Hagenberg (Austria), Sin Sin Man (Hong Kong), Shomei Tomatsu (Japan), S.Teddy Darmawan (Indonesia), Sun Guangyi (China), Takashi Kijima (Japan), Takayuki Ogawa (Japan), Tilo Kaiser (Germany), Tisna Sanjaya (Indonesia), Wensen Qi (France), Wong Tong (Hong Kong), Wong Yan Kwai (Hong Kong), Youri Leroux (France), Zulkarnaini Rustam (Indonesia)
Opening Reception: 16 Feb 2017 6:30 - 8:30 pm
with Live Harp Performance  by Joan Lee (Hong Kong)
Exhibition Duration: 16 Feb – 16 Mar 2017
Venue: G/F, 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong

Sin Sin Fine Art is pleased to present a visual tour “Reminders” featuring over 40 artists across the globe exploring different mediums of art as a connecting thread of everyday experiences.

The documentary invites intimate engagement with the personal reflections and collective memories. The selection of sculptures, paintings and photographs also reflects the gallery's long-standing commitment to the arts.


Boundless Voyage

-Art Central Hong Kong 2017-

Artists: Carlos Garcia de la Nuez (Cuba), Eddi Prabandono (Indonesia)

Exhibition Duration: 21 - 25 March 2016 | 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Venue: Booth E10, Central Harbourfront, Hong Kong

Art Central, a contemporary art fair in the heart of Hong Kong returns to the iconic Central Harbourfront 21-25 March 2017 (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 3rd edition with renown Cuban artists Carlos Garcia de la Nuez and Indonesian artist Eddi Prabandono’s recent artworks. 


Boundless Voyage

- Sin Sin Fine Art -

Artist: Hanafi (Indonesia)

Exhibition duration: 24 March - 24 May 2017

Opening Reception: 24 March 2017 | 7 - 9 pm

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

Sin Sin Fine Art delightfully presents “Boundless Voyage”, an exciting double exhibition takes place in two separate venues. Started from 24 March to 24 May 2016 at Sin Sin Fine Art featuring recent works by Hanafi (Indonesia).

More details will be enclosed soon. Stay tuned!

Riverside House
Artist: Dwi Setianto (Indonesia/Finland)
Exhibition date: 7 Feb – 15 Feb 2017
Venue: N-Workshop, JL. Suryodiningratan 37-B, Mantrijeron, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Dwi Setianto born in Java has been living in Finland for 19 years. For the last 10 years, he works as a gardener at the Hietaniemi cemetery in Helsinki. In wintertime, he migrates like the birds to Indonesia and work in the art community of Yogyakarta.

Art Fair Philippines 2017
Artist: Yunizar (Indonesia)
Exhibition date:15 Feb - 19 Feb 2017
Venue: Booth 24, The Link Carpark, Level 7, Parkway Drive, Ayala Ave. Makati City, Philippines

Art Fair Philippines founded in 2013 aims to mirror the vibrant local art scene and continue to generate support for Southeast Asia’s art practitioners.

Yunizar, as a leading figure in the burgeoning Indonesian art scene,  is garnering critical acclaim on an international level. Yunizar is an important member of the Jendela group, Indonesia's most prominent contemporary art collective.

Don’t miss the chance to appreciate his artworks if you are around Philippines.

Tumpek Landep
Event date: 4 Feb 2017
Venue: Bali, Indonesia

Tumpek Landep is one of the series of special day on every Saturday kliwon in Balinese lunar calendar. This day is special for sharpening the tools, weapon and inclusive every metal equipments. It celebrate how people sharpen our inner tools - our mind and soul. 

Balinese Hindu people will prepare offerings to appreciate the existence of the tooling, cars, motorbike, tooling and electronic devices.