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  The fifth anniversary 'Reach for the HeART' programme has come to an end with a cheerful and successful luncheon at China Club. Sin Sin and the team would like to express our sincere gratitude for your continuous support and generous contributions. 

In this holiday seasons, we wish you a prosperous and joyful new year! We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming exhibitions in 2014. 

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Meaning in Timeing Exhibition by Fung Ming Chip

Exhibition Period: 8 Nov - 31 Dec

Sin Sin Fine Art proudly presented Fung Ming Chip’s latest achievement, Meaning in Timeing calligraphic works  on view from 8 November to 31 December 2013. Using line, continuity and perceived meaning of image, Fung maintains the characteristic of calligraphy, without Chinese characters.

Portion of the proceed was donated to Reach for the HeART Charity Program.

We are delighted to share the news of Fung Ming Chip, the first Hong Kong artist to be invited by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, to participate in an upcoming exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China, which is held from 11 December 2013 to 6 April 2014.

The China Club Charity Luncheon
Reception: 3 Dec  /  12:30pm

Sin Sin and Director of Art in Hospital Grace Cheng would like to thank those who joined the charity luncheon.  Charity Luncheon was held on 3 Dec in The China Club. All proceed was donated to the Reach for the HeART charity program.

Charity Jewellery Show by Sandra d’Auriol
Opening Reception: 4 Dec / 6 - 9PM
Exhibition Period: 4 - 5 Dec

Sin Sin Atelier proudly presented the Charity Jewellery show of Sandra d’Auriol, which was held from 4 - 5 December. A good excuse to pamper yourself while supporting a good cause! Thank you for participating this fantastic jewellery show!

Portion of the proceed was donated to Reach for the HeART program.
Charity Group Exhibition
Exhibition Period: 28 Nov - 8 Dec

Sin Sin Fine Art presented Reach for the HeART Charity Exhibition. A group exhibition featured Abdi Setiawan, Eddie Hara, Hengki Pudjianto, Herve Maury, I Gusti Ngurah Buda, Maria Lobo, Nasirun, Stephanie Sin, Tilo Kaiser and Youri Leroux.

The opening reception was a warm and wonderful evening filled with love and smile.  We specially thank for their generous sponsored on the lovely cookies.

Portion of the proceeds was donated to the Reach for the HeART Charity program.  Thanks for supporting this meaningful event!

MUUSA LUXURY LoungeWear by Monica Bertini
Opening Reception: 16 Jan 2014 / 6 - 9pm
Exhibition Period: 16 - 18 Jan 2014

Sin Sin Atelier proudly presents the MUUSA LUXURY LoungeWear show of Monica Bertini, which will be held from 16 - 18 January 2014. MUUSA® is the Italian brand specialized in innovative products designed for those who love high quality in well-being of body and mind. From healing Music and sensorial Wellness to multifunctional high end Loungewear. Please come to enjoy precious fibers and feel good inside out and play with style by these fabulous Spa & Resort apparel!

Double 囍 Happiness
Opening Reception: 14 Feb 2014 / 7 - 11pm
Exhibition Period: 8 Jan - 28 Feb 2014

In 1920, Sai Street was a district for Chinese theatrical and musical troupes. Sin Sin would like to bring this vivid history back to life by performing Chinese opera. Sin Sin Man will be performing with three amateur opera singing sisters, Lyew Chin Wai, Ma Lyew Chin Yui and Lyew Hui Ting. We are honoured to invite Mr. Ng, Lut Kwong - Head of Playwriting and Scriptwriting and Acting Head of Music (Chinese Opera) to enjoy our performance while surrounded by beautiful artworks by Fung Ming Chip, Jumaldi Alfi, Kokok P. Sancoko, Nasirun, Sun Guangyi and Vincent Cazeneuve (Wensen Qi); a double enjoyment! 

Photo credit: Chinese theatrical, musical troupes, and puppeteers lining in Sai Street, Sheung Wan, c. 1920. “EARLY PROSTITUTION IN HONG KONG”.

Villa Sin Sin would like to welcome year of the horse with all our friends. A summary of prevalent symbol meanings of horse: Power, Grace, Beauty, Nobility, Strength, Freedom.

We are looking forward to see you all in year 2014. We wish you a new year full of joy and happiness!  

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“Migrasi Kolong Meja” (Under table migration) by Hanafi
Exhibition Period: 22 December 2013 – 22 January 2014
Venue  : Komaneka Fine Art Gallery, Bali, Indonesia

Hanafi is focused on the space under the table, as a metaphor of “darkness”, he want to dismantle the darkness. Reflecting on the social phenomena of everyday life, there is always hiding, Hanafi consider to be illuminated. All the fakes need to eliminates  from its formal veil. This under table space remind Hanafi to his childhood memories. The first show “Migrasi Kolong Meja” was at Semarang gallery on 25 October 2013.

Peristiwa Sebuah Kelas “A Class  Event ”
Exhibition Period: 9 Dec 2012 - 4 Jan 2014
Venue: Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta- Indonesia

This event is not a class or group exhibitions. “A class event” is a series of activities designed by 21 artists and a curator with the goal to share their own experience of mutual learning that takes place in the regular discussion sessions since January 2013. No one becomes a teacher, all participants are in the same position.

CLASS participants : Abdi Setiawan, Ade Darmawan, Budi Kustarto, Dodo Hartoko, Dwi Setianto, Eddi Prabandono, Grace Samboh, Handiwirman Saputra, Jim Allen Abel, Jumaldi Alfi, Kokok P. Sancoko, Lakshmi Shitaresmi, M. Irfan, Nasirun, Ngakan Ardana, Pius Sigit Kuncoro, Rudi Hendriatno, S. Teddy D.,  Setu Legi, Wimo Ambala Bayang, Yuli Prayitno and Yusra Martunus.

Yogyakarta Open Studio
Exhibition Period: 10 November 2013 – 10 January 2014

“Peta Pergaulan”
To celebrate our 13th anniversary, Antena Projects is excited to launch a new initiative called YOGYAKARTA OPEN STUDIO. YOS will explore Yogyakarta’s peta pergaulan or ‘map of associations’ by opening the doors of artist studios to the public and shedding light on individual artistic practice and networks of relationships that exist and power the art community. AP’s activities over the past 13 years have been aimed at identifying ‘gaps’ – areas of activity overlooked or neglected – as the focus of our programming. Artist studios are the keystone of the art infrastructure in Yogyakarta, but have remained largely unexplored and undocumented. Through this initiative, we hope a broader audience will have the chance to see first-hand the diversity of creative practice that exists here and the ways in which artists use their spaces to define artistic vision, build community and negotiate with the outside world.

Venue: OFCA International, Black Goat Studio, Yunizar Studio, Handiwirman Studio, PartNER

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Roland Hagenberg is preparing with Japanese architect Hiroshi Hara a four meter tall  sculpture that also serves as a weather shelter. It is called “Three Travelers” and will open this spring in Raiding, the birthplace of composer Franz Liszt in Austria. Hara is the designer of the Kyoto Station, the Sapporo Dome and the Shin Umeda Skyscrapers in Osaka.

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Photo credit: Hiroshi Hara and Roland Hagenberg with sculpture model “Three Travelers”