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"KIWAMI", a group exhibition featuring artworks by three young Japanese artists opened on the evening of January 22nd. Exquisite ceramic works by Keita Matsunaga and Kenji Omori were presented alongside photographs by TAKA.


For a few hours, the gallery space was transformed into a mystical place where our guests enjoyed a slice of genuine Japanese culture through traditional tea ceremony performed by Tatsunobu Ito, a tea master from Japan. The tea ceremony was revealed in two sessions, the Japanese Way of Tea.


Producer Rinae Watanabe and music director Taro Ishida created a video work that was projected at the opening for our guests to look beyond the artworks' creative process. Overall, “KIWAMI” turned out to be a great success. With a delicate sense for textures and shapes, art lovers had the chance to touch, feel and appreciate the exhibited works. Click [MORE] to find out what you missed that night!


For February 2015, we wish all of you a wonderful Chinese New Year to celebrate. May all good things come your way.




Artist: Kenji Omori, TAKA, Keita Matsunaga

Exhibition Duration: 22 January - 19 February 2015

Exhibition Venue: Sin Sin Atelier, 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


The traditional word “KIWAMI” means to attain the ultimate in sophistication. For the two Japanese ceramists and the photographer, their search for “KIWAMI” is facing the nature by handling and focusing its perfect sophistication.


Keita Matsunaga and Kenji Omori developed their skills and creativity based on both graduating from Tajimi City Pottery Design and Technical Center. Their works are very unique and original in terms of expressing their subtlety and philosophy into forms and surfaces.


TAKA comes from the same region of Mino. His strong focus on Nature as essential objects parallels to the artistic vision of the two ceramists. He tries to etch the shape of the nature by giving rise to textures, shapes and personal feelings.


The Sin Sin Show

Artist: Sin Sin Man

Opening Reception: 14 March 2015

Exhibition Duration: 14 March – 18 April 2015

Exhibition Venue: 52-54 Sai Street, Central, HK


The Sin Sin Show visualizes a multitude of trajectories of a life as we too experience it, though with other names. They are as much Sin Sin’s as they are ours, if we care to embrace. The Sin Sin Show is her first solo exhibition since 2007 with a collection of meticulously crafted objects. It attempts to stage the mysterious processes of nature and the spiritual world that enable creativity.


Here we encounter the same elements Sin Sin has been working with in the past three decades: gold, silver, wood, silk, and water. Tradition becomes sensuous and intimate within a contemporary framework whereas the transformative capacity of the materials enchants a life caught in transition. There is no answer if evolution or growth will follow. Sin Sin just lets the sources of her creative life unfold before the viewers’ eyes and hopes they will be captivated as she was.



Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s The Time

Artist: Roland Hagenberg

Exhibition Duration: February 7 – May 10 2015

Exhibition Venue: Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Canada


Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the largest galleries in North America. On Feb 7th, AGO is presenting Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now's the Time, which marks the first major retrospective of the artist's work in Canada.


It is Sin Sin Fine Art's honour to contribute part of our photography exhibition “BASQUIAT AND FRIENDS” by our critically acclaimed multi-talented artist Roland Hagenberg in Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now's the Time. Hagenberg's black-and-white photographs will be shown alongside 88 paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat at the AGO.


China Lacquers

Artist: Vincent Cazeneuve (Wensen Qi)

Exhibition Duration: 15 January - March 7 2015

Exhibition Venue: ESPACE ROGUET CONSEIL GENERAL, 9 Rue de Gascogne, 31300 TOULOUSE, France


In the late 90s, Vincent Cazeneuve (Wensen Qi) up in his artistic work one of the most ancient practices of Chinese history: that of the lacquer. At the school of an ancient tradition, he manages to express a beautifully personal inner world echoing the nature surrounding (waves, forests, plains, mountains ...). Spirituality and sensuality characterize its large panels in their minds and in their form, are troubling correspondences between East and West, shadow and light, old time memory and very contemporary aspirations, a luxury extreme and absolute simplicity.


A Study On Abstraction

Artist: Nasirun, M.Irfan and Yunizar

Exhibition Duration: 16 January – 15 February 2015

Exhibition Venue: Mizuma Gallery 22 Lock Road, #01-34, SG


A Broad approach to abstraction in Asia, Modern and Contemporary art in Indonesia and the surroundings. This exhibition is putting abstract works from various generation of artists mainly from South East Asia as its highlight as an attempt to trace back into its own history. And especially through subsequent projects, of its insertion into the broader context of Asian abstraction. It features prominent artists from all over Asia including H. Widayat, Nasirun, Yunizar, M.Irfan, Yusra Martunus & more.


Never Raise White Flags

Artist: S. Teddy Darmawan

Exhibition Duration: 23 January 2015 – 22 February 2015

Exhibition Venue: Equator Art Project 47 Malan Road, #01-21, SG


Equator Art Projects is delighted to be opening its 2015 Exhibition Programme with never raise white flags, a solo show by Indonesian artist S. Teddy Darmawan.  A prominent figure in the Yogyakarta art scene, S. Teddy has exhibited extensively in Indonesia and abroad since 1998 and has been involved in several art projects based in local communities in Yogya. Although he studied painting, S. Teddy has developed a multidisciplinary practice, shifting between drawing, painting, assemblage, sculpture, installation and performance art. 


Happy New Deals – Bucket Bag

Venue: Sin Sin Atelier, 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


There are something new and bright at Sin Sin Atelier: precious little mini basket bags made with pleated Cambodian silk and leather. Available in an array of sumptuous colours.


Chinese New Year Celebration in Indonesia “Specially Bali"

Event Date: 19 February 2015

Venue: Chinese Temple in Bali


Chinese New Year in Indonesia is locally known as “Imlek”. This tradition was brought by Chinese immigrants to Indonesia many centuries ago. It is officially recognized as one of the Indonesian National Holidays in 2002. The most interesting celebration is in Bali, where Balinese and Chinese cultures are beautifully synchronized, people worshiping in Chinese temple wearing Balinese costume and presenting Balinese Hindu’s offering to the temple altar. On the New Year day many people will go to the “Klenteng” (The Chinese Temple) to burn incense, paper money and have their future destiny predicted. 


*Photo credit: by antarafoto.com