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Autumn begins with the blissful opening of Sun Guangyi's solo exhibition "Return to Shangri-La -Heaven" surrounded by the spiritual atmosphere from Shangri-La.

Sin Sin Fine Art would like to express our sincere thanks to all of you who has helped make this charity fundraising event possible!
  It has been such a wonderful night and each of us feels truly blessed by the peace instilled in us.


"Diverse - 40 x 40" - Group exhibition of three Indonesian Contemporary Artists,
Andy Dewantoro, Jumaldi Alfi and Nasirun

12 November -13 December 2009

Opening Reception:
12 November, 2009, 6-9pm

Exhibition Venue:
Sin Sin Annex
53 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


"@ YOU GOT COLOUR" - Christmas Group Exhibition

5 December 2009 - 5 January 2010

Opening Reception:
5 December, 2009, 10:30am - 7:30pm

Exhibition Venue:
Sin Sin Fine Art
1 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong


Putu Sutawijaya at a trio exhibition, "Humanities" in Andrewshire Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A.

24 October - 21 November 2009

This October, Andrewshire Gallery brings a group of Southeast Asia's most highly acclaimed painters to Los Angeles for the first time.

Southeast Asia has long been recognized by the international art community as a vital and unique hub in global contemporary art practice. In the past few years, contemporary Southeast Asian art has also rapidly gained an international following in the market.

The exhibition 'Humanities' introduces the work of Ben Cabrera, Ahmad Zakii Anwar and Putu Sutawijaya. These three artists come from three different countries and three different generations of artists, yet all have achieved broad acclaim through the Southeast Asian region, leading the way in figurative painting.

  Roland Hagenberg's exhibition "Architecture of the Future" in Fukuoka, Japan 

28 November 2009 - 11 January 2010

Roland Hagenberg's exhibition "Architecture of the Future" will open November 28 at Artium in Fukuoka. It features 9 Japanese star-architects like Kengo Kuma, Kazuyo Sejima, Toyo Ito and Hiroshi Hara who explain to Roland what the future has in store for us. On view are also their concepts for the Austrian village of Raiding, where composer Franz Liszt was born and where Roland has initiated an architectural project. 

  Pablo Posada Pernikoff's exhibition at Chair and the Maiden Gallery in New York, U.S.A. 

10 December 2009 - 10 January 2010

Pablo Posada Pernikoff will present his new works of glass and crystal sculptues as well as original pieces of reliefs on paper and metal at Chair and the Maiden Gallery in Manhattan, 19 Christopher Street NYC.  The concept of this exhibition is based on the observation of the flow matter in time and nature.


Kokok P. Sancoko takes part in the 8th anniversary group exhibition, "CROSS / PIECE" at Gallery Canna in Jarkata, Indonesia

1 December - 31 December 2009

This December, Kokok P. Sancoko together with 15 other Indonesian visual artists, musicians and designers take part in "CROSS / PIECE", a group exhibition celebrating the 8th anniversary of Gallery Canna in Jakarta, Indonesia. 

This show is jointly curated by Agung Hujatnikajennong, Enin Supriyanto and Sudjud Dartanto.  Kokok, in collaboration with Rudi Hendriatno, presents an art piece featuring the renowned war machine designed by Leonardo Da Vinci.


Entang Wiharso is invited to share his view at "Viewpoints & Viewing Points - 2009 Asian Art Biennial" in National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung City, Taiwan

24 October 2009 - 28 February 2010

In 2007, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts has successfully organized the first Asian Art Biennial.  By way of a typical Asian greeting, Have You Eaten Yet - 2007 Asian Art Biennial opened up the dialogues among artists from the Asian-Pacific region.  This year's Viewpoints & Viewing Points - 2009 Asian Art Biennial will focus on the dialogues and interactions between different viewpoints and viewing points.  More specifically, this year's 2009 Asian Art Biennial explores how a multiplicity of perspectives have come to inform our contemporary reality, and how such reality, characterized by high degrees of equivocality, has in turn enriched the cultural perspectives of Asia. Entang Wiharso together with 55 other artists and teams from 20 Asian-Pacific countries are invited to give their views on the current situations in Asia.

This year's 2009 Asian Art Biennial highlights the diversity, differences and conflicts within the Asian communities themselves. We hope that extensive communication and discussion on the subject will enhance our understanding of contemporary Asia and its dynamic artistic creativity. 


Sandra d'Auriol's Christmas Show

Sandra d'Auriol is pleased to invite you to her fabulous Christmas show on 2-3 December 2009 at Sin Sin Atelier.  Discover one-of-a-kind jewellery pieces including long loop necklaces in metallic hues, flat faceted diamonds, large chunky jade & crystal necklaces and many more.

This show will be co-hosted by Joanna Hotung and Sin Sin.  Half of the proceeds will go to the "Hong Kong Juvenile Diabetes Association",  while the other half will go to "SAVE" campaign for the environmental education of Hong Kong children.

Do come and join us in spreading this love around!

Date: 2-3 December 2009, 10:30am - 7:30pm
Venue: Sin Sin Atelier + Annex, 52-53 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Fascination all over Jean Francois Fichot's jewelry

Sin Sin would like to introduce you to the well-appreciated jewelry designer, Jean Francois Fichot.

Jean Francois Fichot was the classic, world-wandering young man who came to Bali, and like many others, never really went home again. That was 1978 when Bali was a different place to what it is now, no modern Bali style, no modern world anything, in fact just plenty of warm smiles, ceremonies days spent lazing around Ubud and the beaches to the south while building his famed jewelry business.

Jean Francois Fichot describe his jewelry as unique, one of a kind, mixture of East meet West, get a lot inspiration from the past like Egyptian, Majapahit, and Roman. He uses talisman and old antique material like glass and beads, etc, to meld his designs in history like Fichot himself; there is a touch of the gothic in his design. What is particularly fascinating about Jean Francois's work is his creativity in combining unusual and often asymmetrical elements of diverse material and origins into magical and very original pieces. It is jewelry made for the soul and for people who want to be different.

Date: ongoing
Venue: Sin Sin Atelier + Sin Sin Annex, 52-53 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Crop Design, designed by Pamela

We are most grateful to present Crop Design, a simple and natural accessories line designed by Pamela.

Pamela does not sell her pieces on a website, nor does she do trade fairs, so her patrons can rest assured that her pieces are definitely rare and made in limited editions, by hand.

She has a passion for the planet so she has always worked on smaller limited edition art pieces to treasure. She always use recycled metals when possible, use very little mined stones, use many natural materials like bamboo and plantation wood and beach stones and hemp, but always like to present natural things in a contemporary way. Her greatest passion is presenting nature and the existing, in a very contemporary way .

With a great grandmother as a ceramicist, her Japanese grandmother as a lacquer ware artist, her grandfather as a metal craftsman, her father as a cartoonist at Disney and an oil painter, her mother as an art dealer, Pamela grew up with lots of creativity around.

Our dear honourable guests, please get ready to be inspired by Pamela's blooming creativity.

Date: ongoing
Venue: Sin Sin Atelier + Sin Sin Annex, 52-53 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong