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In the midst of freezing December, a "hot pot" dinner was held at Sin Sin Annex in celebration of Sin Sin Atelier's 11th anniversary.  The night was surely heated up with laughter and love, and we would like to share with you some of the fun we had that night. 


Sin Sin and the team wish you all a Happy New Year 2010 filled with joy and prosperity!  We look forward to seeing you again very soon at our opening reception this coming Thursday. 


"77" - Herve Maury solo exhibition

14 January - 25 February 2010

Opening Reception:
14 January 2010, 6 - 9pm, Artist present

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


Jogja Bienale X 2009 "Jogja Jamming"


10 December 2009 - 10 January 2010


Jogja Biennale is an end year art and culture event held every 2 years in Yogyakarta. This event held on 10 December 2009 - 10 January 2010. About 360 artists from cities throughout Indonesia take part in the 10th Jogja Biennale, in which 160 artists involved on the show and over 200 artists and citizens have responses this event in every corner of Jogja. Jogja Biennale X is not just about fine art but also a space for public event. The festival has become one of the city's most eagerly anticipated events for both local and foreign tourist. Many local artists from Sin Sin Fine Art are involved this year, such as Eddie Hara, Koko P Sancoko, pande Ketut Taman, Putu Sutawijaya, Yunizar, Entang Wiharso, Abdi Setiawan, Muhamad Irfan, Nasirun, Theresia Agustina Sitompul, Jumaldi Alfi, Rudi mantofani and Bob Yudhita Agung.


The event titled "Jogja Jamming, an art archive movement" had officially opened by Culture and Tourism Minister Jero Wacik, on 10 December. This event held in 4 main spaces, Jogja National Museum, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Bank Indonesia building, and Sangkring art space, which belongs to one of Sin Sin fine art artists I Putu Sutawijaya. This art and culture event is curated by Eko Prawoto, Hermanu, Samuel Indratma and Wahyudin.


The Biennale Jogja was first held in 1988 and was initially named the Painting Art Biennale. It was then changed to the Fine Art Biennale. "Because of demand and to accommodate a wide range of cultural performance, the festival's name was changed to the Biennale Jogja in 2003," Event Director Butet Kertarajasa said.


Entang Wiharso's group exhibition, "Pleasures of Chaos", in Milan Italy


21 January - 21 February, 2010


Entang Wiharso will be participating in the exhibition "Pleasures of Chaos" at Primo Marella Gallery, Milan, Italy. The exhibition is a group exhibition of Indonesian artists including Agus Suwage, Mahendra Yasa, Wayan Suja, Ichwan Noor, Yuli Prayitno, Rudi Mantofani, Handiwirman and FX Harsono. Wiharso will be presenting a new series of works in Milan, entitled "Black Goat VS Aesthetic Crime and Identity Crime: Comic Book Series" which include sculpture, installation and paintings.


Entang Wiharso's performance, "Eating Identity: Black Goat VS Identity Crime", in Bologna Italy


29 January 2010


Fondazione Marino Golinelli, Bologna, Italy has invited Entang Wiharso to present a performance for their open house. Entang will performance "Eating Identity: Black Goat VS Identity Crime" on January 29, 2010. Marino Golinelli Foundation intends to promote the exchange between Art and Science following the idea that art can help science by providing visual interpretations and by stimulating understanding. On the other hand, science can help art by offering innovative concepts and technological tools that artists can elaborate into new meanings, the interaction between artists and scientists might shape opportunities for new enquiry and knowledge.


Stephanie Sin and Damon Tong are participating "Fotanian Open Studios


16 - 17 & 23 - 24 January 2010


"Rental United", the studio of Stephanie Sin and Damon Tong, is one the 59 studios in the remote industrial area, Fotan, in Hong Kong. They are joining the annual festive art celebration of the art village this year.


Fotanian: Open Studio 2010 is packed with excitement and enthusiasm. 224 artists from 59 studios are opening their doors giving visitors a glimpse behind the art scene and explore the cluster of lively studios and creative industries in Fotan. You are invited to a world of varied art form, including paintings, sculptures, ceramics, mixed media, printmaking, installations, photography and video, etc. To foster the sharing and exchange of ideas, visitors are encouraged to engage in open dialogue with the artists in an approachable and friendly atmosphere.


Damon Tong at a group exhibition - "Walking to Canton", and a Hong Kong and Guangzhou joint exhibition - "Walking to Canton x Canton Canton"


Fringe Club

14 January - 12 February 2010


Jockey Club Creative Arts Centre

16 January - 21 February 2010


Fei Gallery

September 2010 (TBC)



"Walking to Canton" is the featured exhibition of Fringe Club's City Festival this year. Damon and 14 local young artists have designed gifts for Guangzhou in an attempt to inspire a new trend in non-material assistance. In return, 15 young artists from Guangzhou will send their gifts to Hong Kong, portraying the history, culture and other visual experiences in Canton, in line with the ideology of "Guangzhouzism".


The 15 presents created by the new art generation from Hong Kong will be carried in 15 rattan suitcases and presented to Hong Kong audiences, together with the 15 art pieces by the young artists from Guangzhou.


Peter Dittmar's solo exhibition, "NEW COLOUR WINDOW", at Gallery Seidl Strasse 4, Murnau Germany


27 February - 8 April 2010


Peter Dittmar is pleased to present his new renowned Colour Window series, "NEW COLOUR WINDOW", at Gallery Seidl Strasse 4. The exhibition will open on 27 February and runs through to 8 April.


Ann Niu at "2000 - 2010 Ann Niu Solo Exhibition", in Shanghai Art Museum


4 March - 10 March 2010


Ann Niu is going to have an exhibition, titled "2000 - 2010 Ann Niu Solo Exhibition" in Shanghai Art Museum this year. The solo exhibition will include about 50 artworks in her art journey in the past ten years. This should be a great chance for us to see Ann's works of variant styles at a time. Don't miss it!


Hands On - Wearable Art in Cashmere Felt


With her endless love for art and fabrics, Sin Sin introduces her cashmere creations during a trip to the highlands of Mongolia.  Surrounded by borderless ridges of grasslands, rings of felt tents, Cashmere goat herds and roaming wild horse, Sin Sin experiments with the ancient craft of felt-making, at the same time having the opportunity to design and make felt.  Spun, compressed, molded and sculptured: she morphed single Mongolian 100% cashmere fibers - considered the finest and rarest in the world - into an artistic collective of shapes and silhouettes, all by a pair of bare hands.  The result is an inspirational piece of art; being soft, light, fluid, elegant and refined all at once. 


Come and experience the energy of bare hands, the patience of a person, and the timeless traditions of a noble tribe which Sin Sin seeks to preserve and reinvigorate!


Date: ongoing

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