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2014 has been a wonderful year filled with creative endeavours. With the universe's blessing and faith in what we are doing, we will spread our wings wider in 2015 - welcoming the new horizon. May 2015 bring you Health, Peace and Happiness. Sin Sin Man and her team wish you and your beloved ones a rejuvenating New Year.


The 6th 'Reach for the HeART' program came to a big hearty successful end when the bell of New Year chimed. 2014 program included some thoughtful events from “BASQUIAT AND FRIENDS”, Charity Luncheon at China Club to Talk and Guided Meditation by Khandro Rinpoche and Anam Thubten Rinpoche. With your continuous support and generous contributions, we are able to provide more free creative arts workshops for elderly patients with chronic diseases in local hospitals. We will keep this project running to help patients going through this stage of life with joy and dignity.


Thank you our dear friends for being a part of it. Click [MORE] to view more photos from the 'Reach for the HeART' Charity Luncheon.


Dance Performance “Contact” - HKAGW

Artist: Mandy Yim (Y-Space), Edmund Leung (Handpan)

Event Date: 2 December 2014 


The 2nd Hong Kong Art Gallery Week, sponsored by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Private Banking, opened at 26th November until 5th December with an engaging programme of over 50 free public events and more than 12 new exhibition openings.


As participant of “Art LATES, Soho & Sheung Wan”, it was our honor to have our dear Mandy Yim of Y- Space together with Edmund Leung presented the extraordinary contemporary dance performance “Contact” at Sin Sin Fine Art on 2nd December 2014.


Thank you all for coming to share this special occasion with us despite the cold weather.



Artists: Sin Sin Man in collaboration with Carol Cassidy

Opening Reception: 4 December 2014 

Venue: Ankor Hospital for Children Visitor Center, Siem Reap, Cambodia


After 27 years, Sin Sin Man revisited Siem Reap, Cambodia in December with her Wearable Art Collection, brightening the city with her show "Interwoven". 


Sin Sin Man teamed up with Carol Cassidy, resulting in a fabulous body of work which showed the magical chemistry between them. When passionate souls meet the love for culture and craftsmanship, beauty and function; threads of lives are interwoven, manifest in works that are beautiful in many senses of the word.


 It was a wonderful evening of heartwarming gathering at the opening night, meeting with many old and new friends. Thank you for joining us!


Invoking the Enlightened Feminine Principle: Sacred Dance, Song, Poetry & Feast

Event Date: 9 December 2014


Anam Thubten Rinpoche grew up in Tibet and at an early age began to practice in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. He is the founder and spiritual advisor of Dharmata Foundation, teaching widely in the U.S. and occasionally abroad. Through the essential wisdom of Buddhism and his personal experience on the spiritual path, Anam Thubten brings alive the timeless teachings and invites everyone to participate.


It was such a blessing for us to have Anam Thubten, who offered an experiential exploration of the enlightened feminine principle within Vajrayana Buddhism through poetry, dance, song, meditation and ritual feast offering on 9th December at Sin Sin Fine Art. The blessings from him will definitely stay with us for a long time.


Ever wonder what the actual difference is between a chromogenic print and an inkjet print? Pigment vs Dye vs Dye Sub? 

Lecturer: Jacquiline Furniss

Event Date: 13 December 2014 


On December 13th, we had a lot of fun learning about digital printing with Jacqueline Furniss- the Widerhall Fine-Art Photographic founder, at Sin Sin Fine Art. 


She gave a talk that lead to discussion about the differences of various contemporary print types with 50x microscopic images to demonstrate. She also unveiled other facts that contribute to image qualities, with hands on "looking" at different print types with 20x loops.


Thank you all for joining us for the scientific Saturday afternoon!



Artist: Roland Hagenberg

Exhibition Duration: 7 November 2014 – 17 January 2015

Exhibition Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, 53-54 Sai Street, Central, HK


As a friend of Basquiat and also an icon of 1980s New York, Keith Haring had left New York so many gifts to satiate his absence. Although most of his street art is long gone, a few permanent pieces and remnants of the artist’s haunts can give us a glimpse into Haring’s life in the legendary New York downtown scene.  In the photo is Keith Haring Painting on Houston Street taken by Roland Hagenberg, 1985 - part of the exhibits in BASQUIAT AND FRIENDS.


The book “BASQUIAT” further shares the invaluable rare insight into Basquiat at his Crosby Street studio in the 80’s through black and white photographs and literary writing by Roland Hagenberg. The beautiful linen-bound book is designed by Roland Hagenberg himself and is now available at Sin Sin Fine Art. 



Artist: Keita Matsunaga, Kenji Omori and TAKA

Opening Reception (Artists Present): 22 January 2015 | 6-9 pm

with Tea Ceremony "NODATE" at 8 pm

Music: Adam Leung, Les Fong, Michael Schiefel, Nelson Hiu & Sze Ka Yan

Exhibition Duration: 22 January - 19 February 2015

Exhibition Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, 52-54 Sai Street, Central, HK


 To welcome 2015, Sin Sin Fine Art is delighted to share a recent discovery of two Japanese ceramists from Mino and a photographer from the same region.


The Japanese traditional word “KIWAMI” means to attain the ultimate in sophistication. As Nature is the perfection of “KIWAMI” for all the 3 Japanese Artists, their search for “KIWAMI” is facing the nature by handling and focusing its perfect sophistication.


Come join us on 22 January 2015 to experience the real Japanese KIWAMI of tea ceremony "NO DATE" with inspiring sound by the talented musicians.


“Arca” Book Launch

Artist: Putu Sutawijaya

Event Date: 28 December 2014

Event Venue: Danes Art Verandah, Bali, Indonesia


Putu Sutawijaya’s group Bol Brutu (Also known as Stone Hunting Group) on Facebook is for people who love to visit the ancient sites - temples, graves and buildings for study. With 234 members with various professional backgrounds, the blood of the group is quite fresh all the time. Each member has their freedom to identify the stones apart of the archeological study; they also welcome the member from archeology field. The way they identify the stones become very interesting and personal. Each person has their own emotional touch to the stones. The group is very solid in this way, by taking pictures, sketching, play music, definitely also enjoy the unique cuisine of each area.


[Status] Oil Painting Group Show

Artist: Wong Wing Tong

Opening Reception: 2 January 2015 |5 – 9 pm

Exhibition duration: 2 January – 8 January 2015

Exhibition Venue: Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, 7A Kennedy Road, Central, HK


Wong Wing Tong’s works are mostly painting, with preference to oil painting. Wong likes the slow process of oil painting which allows him to think not only about the artwork itself, but also his life, the path he’s taking as well as his ideas and beliefs. Wong also has a talent of making a wide collection of art in different medium.


Everyone would enter a certain state of being while painting, thereby reflecting his mental state. In the psychometric, we are often requested to draw a person, a house or a tree as a tool to survey the condition of our mental and psyche.


Paradoxes: Episode I - the “Being”

Artist and Curator: Jessie Leung 

Opening Reception: 10 January 2015 | 3 pm

Exhibition Duration: 10 January - 13 February 2015

Exhibition Venue: L607, Jockey Club Creative Art Centre (JCCAC), Kowloon, HK


The concept of Paradox has a long history across cultures and disciplines - immediate as constructing oxymoronic phrases in a conversation, or sophisticated as the philosophical and psychological debate of rationality versus emotion in human behavior.


The first edition of the exhibition series features three Hong Kong young artists who are dedicated to disclose the paradoxical happenings related to their self-identities and existence - the “being”


Join the opening reception on 10 January at 3 pm, followed by the talk “Art and Well-being” at 5 pm.



Happy New Deals - Protector Backpack

Venue: 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


PROTECTOR Backpack – The new series by our creative force Sin Sin Man was launched in Miami during Art Basel Week 2014 in December. Now they are available at Sin Sin Atelier. Each of them is made with vegan fur with unique different patterns. There are two sizes available. Come and check them out!


Happy New Deals -Jean-Francois Fichot

Venue: 52 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Jean-Francois Fichot – Frenchman with a mysticism and spiritual energy of Asia in his blood, his design was constantly inspired by ancient stories and colorful people.


Are you looking for the hidden gems for yourself? Come to get one of his fabulous pieces and start your own journey with them.




Kuningan Festival 

Event Date   : 27 December 2014

Event Venue: Bali Island


Kuningan is celebrated every 210 days by the Hindu Balinese, ten days after Galungan (similar to Thanksgiving). The Saka/Hindu calendar is one of the most ancient calendars in the world; it is officially started from 78 CE.


The Balinese believe that Kuningan day is the day when their ancestors return to heaven after visiting the earth during Galungan. The offerings identical with yellow rice, symbol of the human’s gratitude towards God for all the life, joy, wealth, health and prosperity given. You will also see Tamiang representing shield/protection from their own bad behavior and Edongan representing bag of essential provisions that every human should carry: knowledge and homage.