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With Chinese New Year just around the corner, Sin Sin welcomes year of the rabbit with a refreshing vision at Prince's Terrace. Sin Sin Fine Art is now showcasing selected artworks by seven contemporary artists from around the world including Bai Xincheng, Eddie Hara, Fauzie As'Ad, Julia Nee Chu, Pande Ketut Taman, Peter Dittmar and Youri Leroux. The gallery is filled with cheerful atmosphere.

Sin Sin selected the Lantern Festival, 17 February (Thursday night) for the exhibition opening of Women Artists 211. 10 of the most charming and powerful local women artists will be present with performance by award winning violinist, Ms. LEE Chui Tan.

Sin Sin and the team sincerely invite you to come and join us for this colourful reunion.


"Woman Artists 211" - Group Exhibition in Sai Street

Exhibition Duration:
11 February 2011 - 8 March 2011

Opening Reception:
17 February 2011, 6 – 9 pm, artists will be present with performance by Ms. LEE Chui Tan

Exhibition Venue:
Sin Sin Annex
53 - 54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


"February Group Show" - in Prince's Terrace

Exhibition Duration: 
26 January 2011 - 8 March 2011

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


"Sun Guangyi Solo Exhibition" - in Prince's Terrace

Exhibition Duration:
11 March 2011 - 31 March 2011

Opening Reception:
15 March 2011, 6 - 9 pm, artist will be present 

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


Entang Wiharso & Ugo Untoro - "Closing the Gap: Contemporary Indonesian Art" Group Exhibition in Australia

20 January – 18 March 2011

MiFA presents Australia’s first commercial showcase of contemporary Indonesian art. Australia’s precarious position as a Western nation in an Asian location brings an interesting dimension to this exhibition with many of the artists discussing global issues in an Asian context. Bringing together some of Indonesia’s most compelling established and emerging contemporary artists. The exhibition aims to “close the gap” on the cultural divide between Australia and its closest neighbour.

In conjunction with this exhibition MiFA is fundraising to help support Salam School in Jogjakarta. The majority of the artists in the exhibition are from Jogjakarta which is nestled next to the ever threatening Mt Merapi. The school is run by volunteers on limited resources and it is MiFA’s aim to be able to improve their quality of educational resources.


Pablo Posada Pernikoff - Exhibition in “The Park Residences at The Ritz-Carlton”, Japan

14 February - 6 March 2011

The exhibition will showcase artworks of Pablo including sculptures in glass and new reliefs on paper, metal and gold. The exhibition venue is in “The Park Residences at The Ritz-Carlton”, at Tokyo’s Midtown.


Putu Sutawijaya's solo exhibition "Gesticulation" at Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta

20 February - 10 March 2011

Putu Sutawijaya is presenting a series of road show in Jakarta, Bali and Yogyakarta held by Kompas Media Indonesia. He continues thrusting body obsessed and diligent as a mark through his works. The practice and process of human body create gesture, which can be described by action of producing lingual-acoustic gesture through communication. Putu's sculpture and installation stayed focus on human body representation and gesture in the exhibition, even though he proposed different context to achieve what he wanted. At the last stop in Yogyakarta, the opening of “Gesticulation” will be on 20 February 2011 at 7pm.


Roland Hagenberg - a special reception in honor of the "Raiding Project" at the Austrian Embassy in Tokyo

2 March 2011

Roland Hagenberg and the ambassador to Japan, Mrs. Jutta Stefan-Bastl, will host a special reception in honor of the “Raiding Project” at the Austrian Embassy in Tokyo on 2 March 2011. Raiding in Austria is the birthplace of composer Franz Liszt who was born 200 years ago. Together with 10 Japanese star-architects, Roland is currently planning experimental housing-units as part of the Liszt-Year celebrations.


Rick Lewis & Alexis Granwell – Exhibition at Mount Airy Contemporary Artists Space

5 March – 2 April 2011

Rick Lewis is a New York based painter who has shown internationally. Alexis Granwell is a sculptor and printmaker working in Philadelphia. Both artists engage in their work with a sculptor’s sensibility. Granwell’s sculptures, wall-based assemblages, and prints evoke the sense of painting supports or infrastructure exploding; a frenzy of raw material desperately seeking a center of gravity. Lewis’ method of mark making on his canvases is fundamentally a form of carving, of digging into material surfaces. These are objects that are direct expression of makers interested in physicality over ethereality. Opening reception will be held on 5 March 2011, 6 – 8pm.


Sin Sin at ArtWalk 2011

Sin Sin Fine Art & Annex will participate in Hong Kong ArtWalk, Hong Kong's biggest charity art event. We will open between 5 pm to 12 midnight on Wednesday, 16 March 2011 providing an unique experience showcasing the solo exhibition of SUN Guangyi in Prince's Terrace & group show in Sai Street. Please join us for a wonderful night of art.


Art in Hospital – “Reach for the HEART” Artworks Exhibition

18 – 30 January 2011

"Reach for the HEART" is a project initiated by Art in Hospital and Sin Sin Fine Art starting from October 2009 which provides art workshops to benefit chronic geriatric patients in Hospitals. With the support of the Oasis Gallery Artists Partnering Organization Scheme provided by Urban Renewal Authority, “Reach for the HEART” exhibition was held in Oasis Gallery located at the pedestrian walkway level of the Central Market building. Around 50 pieces of elderly artworks were exhibited in this bustling gallery. Through this exhibition, we would like to arouse public attention on elderly patients. Not only provide the medical treatment they need, also to care their emotional well-being. Especially for some dementia elderly, painting could be one of their express channels. Artworks are full of colours and joyful, will definitely enlighten this hustling city.



A Mini Violin Recital by award winning violinist, Ms Chui Tan LEE at Sai Street

For the first time, a mini Violin Recital was held at Sin Sin Atelier in Sai Street on 23 January with award winning violinist Ms. Chui Tan LEE. Sin Sin and Chui Tan generously donated their venue and time in support of Kids 4 Kids Fundraising Luncheon as a Live Auction prize. Ms Eunei Lee, the winner of the bid organized this special gathering to share with friends for a good cause.

A total of 20 adults and children attended a unique mini recital, of which they have a chance to listen closely to various violin solo pieces ranging from Bach and Hayden. Children also clapped along with dance and fiddler tunes which were specially chosen to suit the age group. It was surely a relaxing and memorable afternoon for all.


Javanese Fine Art Lecture at Sai Street

Lynda Bransbury lived and studied in Surakarta, Indonesia for many years. She was the CEO of child poverty action in UK and was awarded the Darmasiswa. Lynda is fascinated with Javanese traditional culture including dance, mask, puppet etc. She spent a wonderful evening by given an inspiring lecture with guests at Sai Street on 26 Jan 2011.


Manifest Life Desires in Energy Ceremony Workshop
- Claims Life Desires towards the Universe in an Energy Ceremony

This Workshop is with a Ceremony announcing to the Universe of what we want to experience in the year. It is always our Devine power and right to gain any Energy that we wish. Without making a Claim, it is like allowing whatsoever consequences come to us. It would have a chance to make life no or less progress or drawing more challenges to life in the year.

Besides the Ceremony that we will do at the end, we will go through how to write Energy Claims and how to present it to the Universe. Also we would make some Energy Artworks. We will paint our desired Timeline Painting. All these will be utilized in the Ceremony to tune the best Energy for the New Year.

Date: 19 February 2011, Saturday, 10am – 12:30pm
Venue: Sin Sin Annex, 53-54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong
Cost: $450
*Please bring your favourite colouring tools and a Yoga mat

For further information and RSVP, please contact: Master Lawrence Tse at lawrence@healingqigong.com or call at 60555387


Taiji & Qigong for Health & Healing Course

Date: Tuesday, 6:45pm – 8 pm; Thursday, 10:30 am – 11:30 am
* no class on 8 Feb (Tue) & 10 Feb (Thur) and shall resume on 15 Feb (Tue)  
Venue: Sin Sin Annex, 53-54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong
Capacity: 12 students each class
Fee: $220 / lesson or $800 / 4 lessons

For further information and RSVP, please contact: Master Lawrence Tse at lawrence@healingqigong.com or call at 60555387