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After a decade of bringing in exciting art discoveries from around the world - notably from Indonesia, to Hong Kong,  Sin Sin is delighted to share a recent discovery she found closer to home at JCCAC (Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre)  in Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong. It has always been Sin Sin’s greatest joy to gather creative energy and to inspire more people via Artistic exchange and to grow together.

Revised the wonderful night by clicking this link : https://vimeo.com/90398553
Hong Kong Forwards

Artist: Fonny Lau, Jessie Leung, Joey Leung, Julvian Ho, Wong Tong, and eight artists from Hong Kong Modern Ink Painting Society

Exhibition Duration : 6 March – 27 April 2014
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art

Thus the first ever collaboration between Sin Sin Fine Art and JCCAC is born, manifested in this HONG KONG FORWARDS group exhibition. Sin Sin Fine Art and JCCAC are excited to show recent works by our Artists.

Meeting Point with Artists @ Sin Sin :
Saturday, 12 April 2014 / 3:00 - 8:00pm

To further encourage and facilitate dialogues between local artists, Sin Sin Fine Art and JCCAC invite any artists and art lovers in Hong Kong to join this gathering and benefit from it.

RSVP is required 

by 4 April 2014
contact:  info@sinsinfineart.com  or  +852 2858 5072

Shufa by Fung Ming Chip

Exhibition Duration : 3-12 April 2014
Meet the artist: 9 April / 6:00-8:00pm  
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art

Sin Sin Fine Art invites you to join us in celebrating Fung Ming Chip's inclusion in Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   As this landmark exhibition draws to a close, we congratulate him on this momentous achievement.

Artist talk by Fung Ming Chip:

8 April 2014 / 5:00-6:00 pm
Venue: Liang Yi Museum, 181-199 Hollywood Rd
By: Asian Art Hong Kong  
Enquires: info@asianarthk.com

The artist will discuss his creative process and what he has learned on his calligraphy journey. He will present his definition of shufa and explore it within the concept of time and space. RSVP

Artist: Dwi Setianto, Eddi Prabandono, Lie Fhung and S. Teddy Darmawan

Opening Reception: 
15 May 2014 6-9 PM
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art

Hong Kong King Kong
Performers: Dwi Setianto & Nao Sakamoto
First Live Performance at 8:00 PM
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art
Second Live Performance at 10:30 PM
Venue: 6/F, KEE Club
32 Wellington St.

Exhibition Duration :
15 May – 30 June 2014
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art

"Exposure" showcases works by Indonesian artists (Dwi Setianto, Eddi Prabandono, Lie Fhung and S. Teddy Darmawan), who are all interested in visual exploration that allows them to reveal their personal-self and social-self through the language of objects, sound installation and imageries. 

A live performance entitled "Hong Kong King Kong" by Dwi Setianto and a Japanese sound artist Nao Sakamoto will also be featured in this exciting art exhibition. Coming from different cultures and backgrounds, these talented artists will surely enrich our aesthetic experience through their audio, visual and aural work.

Sandra d’Auriol Last Collection
25 – 26 Marchch 2014
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art

The two days of Sandra’s last show has been magical. This event has allowed us to gather friends across continent and shared positive flow of energy via beautiful creations. Sandra’s sprit was and still is around us. It is a blessing to have known Sandra.

We saw the world though Sandra’s Eye. All proceeds of each photograph will be donated to one of her favorite charities. Sandra will be greatly missed, but her vibes and energy shall stay close to heart, as always.

For more beautiful pictures from our splendid night, please visit: http://s105.photobucket.com/user/SinSinFineArt/library/

Hong Kong Art walk
12 Mar  2014
Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art

It was a splendid evening filled with joy, laughter, wine and finger licking good snacks. Sin Sin gallery was filled with familiar faces as well as new faces. If you have missed it this year, be sure to reserve the date for next year!


Dear friends,

Early Happy Easter! Here in Bali we celebrate the triumphal Easter with plenty of culture integrating activities. Such as our famous egg painting skills which are passed from one generation to the next, an unique artistic tradition belonged to Ubud, the home to verdant rice paddies.  We encourage you to challenge yourself  to paint on eggs instead of canvas while sipping a cup of Balinese coffee for a festive enriched artistic experience, which can also be done as a relaxing afternoon activities with friends.  

Villa Sin Sin
Jalan Kuwum I, Br. Kuwum, Kerobokan, Kuta 80361, Bali - Indonesia
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Kokok P.Sancoko Solo Show

23-30 March 2014
Artist talk: 23 Marchch 4:00 pm
Venue: Emitan C.A Gallery,  
Jalan Walikota Mustajab 67
Surabaya, Indonesia
Curator: Rizki A. Zaelani

Kokok has transformed the subject matter he has worked on previously (of natural objects; petals and fruits) into a depiction of events, scenes, or situations ―the main figures are even strongly portrayed in several paintings.
In Rizki’s opinion, P. Sancoko’s paintings are not making themselves occupied with organizing and providing roles that he describes ―displayed to us for seeing his works― but kinds of ideas of actions to declare and hide as well. P. Sancoko is recalling a silent state in the flow of crowded, continual, and endless human mind. His painting expression therefore, seems to celebrate the human memory on [his] life and demonstrate (by hiding it) the boundaries that make it valuable.