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Reach for the HeART has been sponsoring this elderly art project for 8 years. Our annual luncheon at China Club once again was a big success, supported by all of you who joined us at the China Club. Wonderful time was had by all as we gathered for a good cause. We were blessed with Anam Thubten Rinpoche's presence that day, sharing his illuminating wisdom through his speech.

Sin Sin Man from Sin Sin Fine Art, Grace Cheng from Art in Hospital and our teams would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continuous support and generous contributions. As always, your contribution is going towards providing free workshops and other art activities exclusively for elderly patients in public hospitals.

Click the image below for a documentary with our patients talking about how much RFTH workshops have helped them with their life.


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) 
With crafted DJ set by Mr. Ho
 Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, G/F 52&54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong
Join us for a closing party of "Japanese Photograhers Born in 1920s-1940s" with crafted DJ set by Mr. Ho on 18th Jan 2017. Japanese Photography is one of the biggest artistic contributions to the world by a single country in recent history. The seminal works of Postwar Photography in such a scale are brought to Hong Kong for the very first time. Though not imitative of traditional Japanese art forms, there is a similar regard for subtle balance, delicate mood and fine craftsmanship. 

Artists: Abdi Setiawan(Indonesia), Anusapati (Indonesia), Bai Xincheng(China), Herve Maury(France), I Gusti Buda (Indonesia ), Kokok P. Sancoko(Indonesia), Nasirun (Indonesia), Putu Sutawijaya(Indonesia), Rick Lewis (USA), Roland Hagenberg(Austria), Sin Sin Man(Hong Kong), Sun Guangyi(China), Vincent Cazenueve(France), Tilo Kaiser(Germany), Wong Tong(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 group exhibition “Reminders” featuring 15 artists across the globe exploring different mediums of art as a connecting thread of everyday experiences.

The exhibition 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.

Image: MOMENTUM I by Sin Sin Man,  ink on paper, 76x165cm, 2016

Sin Sin Atelier (Wong Chuk Hang) Open House Vol.1
Date: 10-14 Jan 2017|10:30 am - 7:30 pm
Venue: Sin Sin Atelier, UnitA, 4/F, Kin Teck Industrial Bld, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Aberdeen, HK

SIN SIN wishes you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We are pleased to offer you an access to a selected collection of Ready-To-Wear, jewellery and accessories from Sin Sin Man Archive for this festive season.

Come join us for a treasure hunt in heritage pieces & crafts and enjoy up to 70% off!

‘ink+' Special Exhibition section at INK ASIA 2016
Artist: Lie Fhung (Indonesia/Hong Kong)
Exhibition duration: 16-18 Dec 2016
Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre | Hall 3G

To inspire innovation and broaden artistic vision in ink art, 18 artists from Hong Kong, China and overseas have been invited to exhibit their alternative ‘ink’ works in the special programme ‘Ink+’ organized by INK ASIA 2016. The selected artworks include videos, new media, installations, ceramics and sculptures etc.

Our artist and friend Lie Fhung was invited to exhibit her “Life Force” sereies “Terrain 13, mixed media on copper, 32x155x3 cm, 2015 with them.

Artist: Hanafi (Indonesia)
Exhibition duration: 7 Jan – 7 Feb 2017
Venue: Komaneka Gallery, Bali, Indonesia

Hanafi’s solo exhibition “HOME BY A NEW ROAD” is held at Komaneka Gallery in Bali. For Hanafi  it is like going home by a new road that he has never traveled before. Hanafi added, “I don’t know if this road leads me home or to some other home. Not every decision I take to keep moving forward is one of certainty: sometimes the step forward looks like confusion. Certainty and confusion are both important in the actions I take that bring me closer to my purpose or to take distance from it. In art, it revolves. Try burning a mosquito coil from the center. We need a new road to draw new confusion, and further along to weigh the purpose, to go to a different home, in order to keep moving forward.”

Artist: Roland Hagenberg(Austria/Japan)
Publish Date: End of Jan, 2017 

Japan National Tourist Organization (JNTO) invited writer and artist Roland Hagenberg to curate an English guide to Japan’s 100 top design, art and architecture places. Published end of January 2017 it including photos and essays by Roland.

Experience Sensuous Bali at Villa Sin Sin
Exclusive special package & bespoke Indonesian itineraries for a limited time!
US$300/Night: 1 Jan – 20 Jan 2017, 6 Feb - 28 Feb 2017
US$450/Night: 21 Jan - 5 Feb 2017

Villa Sin Sin is a three extraordinary artistic villa compound designed by Ms. Sin Sin Man in collaboration with the celebrated Italian GM architect Gianni Francione.

As an artist, designer and entrepreneur Sin Sin Man has created a unique artistic sensation in all villas with her instinctive sensibility of aesthetics.

These villas are a work of art - transcending the sublime blend of function, beauty and joie de vivré.

Stay with Villa Sin Sin and you would experience what it means to have art in day-to-day life.

Check out the newly produced video of Villa Sin Sin and  and plan your sensuous Bali trip NOW with info@villasinsin.com.