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The summer is finally here again to bask us all in its sunshine against the long awaited blue sky. It is now time for The Sin Sin Show to move forward, giving space to our next programme. Meanwhile, we had the honor to sponsor Asia Animal Foundation’s fundraising event “A Celebration of Animals & Natures – Through Erika Chen’s Artworks” on May 15th. It was a big hearty success to have so many of you joining us for the good cause.


In the quiet moments towards the summer, Sin Sin Fine Art has been incubating fresh ideas. Soon, we will be ready for a rejuvenating transformation - bringing out new, inspiring approach to experience art in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. 

A Celebration of Animals & Natures - Charity Fundraising for Animal Asia Through Erika Chen’s artworks

Curator: Sin Sin Man

Event Date: 16 May 2015

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, 54 Sai Street, HK

It seems like the very first time there were so many little friends joining us here at Sin Sin Fine Art. Through the talented 10-year-old Erika Chen's paintings about the lovely nature and animals, they learned how to appreciate our dear animal friends and to care for the Mother Earth. It was a meaningful afternoon with a lot of fun.


Talk: Inspirations on Children’s Art

Panelists: Sin Sin Man, Joanna Hotung, Cheung Po Man

Event Date: 18 May 2015 | 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, 54 Sai Street, Central, HK


In celebration of United Overseas Bank's 80th anniversary and Hong Kong branch's 50th anniversary, UOBHK is establishing an Art Academy whereby one of the key events is the inaugural UOB Installation Art Award 2015. The UOB Art Academy will embrace the core focus areas of our three corporate services responsibility: arts, children and education.


As the first community art talk of the fruitful series of activities, “Inspiration on Children's Art” was held at Sin Sin Fine Art on 18th May 2015. Ms Sin Sin Man, the renowned Lifestyle Artist and Founder of Sin Sin was invited as panelist together with Ms Joanna Hotung, Founder of KG Group and Ms Rowena Cheung, Chairlady of HK Society For Education in Art.


They generously shared their experience on how inspiring the children originally are and the important role of art education to encourage them to be creative, brave and different as they are.


Coming soon! Stay Tuned!


START Art Fair

Artists: Sin Sin Man, S. Teddy Darmawan, M. Irfan, Nasirun, Hanafi

Event Date: 10 Sep 2015 -13 Sep 2015

Venue: Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

START, presented by Prudential, will hold its 2nd edition of the art fair from 10th to 13th September 2015 at Saatchi Gallery, London (with a Preview Day on Wednesday 9th September). The fair offers a platform for emerging artists and art scenes, presented in a museum-quality setting.


SIN SIN fine art will be participating at the START art fair in London with SAATCHI showing selected artworks by Ms Sin Sin Man, and Indonesian artists S. Teddy Darmawan, M. Irfan, Nasirun and Hanafi.  See you soon in London!


Terracotta Biennale “Art on The River”

1st Show: “The Artifacts”

Date               : 15 May 2015 – 7 July 2015

Veneue         : Pintu Miring Art Space, culture village Gesik RT 03 Pucung, Kasongan Bantul, Yogyakarta


2nd Show     : “the Potters and the Knight

Date               : 17 June 2015 – 7 July 2015

Venue           : Djoko Pekik House, Kembaran Village, Kasihan, Yogyakarta


The Terracotta Biennale is an art for the environment, the art to love each other live, The Art for the faithful at the root of the local cultures, The Art for beauty of the future of human life in the world, the art in honor of Mother Earth. 

In 1825 Mbah Song – the Knights in Diponegoro War became potters together with farmers. They used jugs, jars, barrels and mortars as a form of resistance against the Dutch-VOC, because the rice was taxed. The Potters were paramilitary guard of Diponegoro’s cave – Goa Selarong, Bedog riverside dwellers, they were selling pottery to observe the movement of VOC troop.

The show opened by Dr. Oei Hong Djin, a respected Indonesian collector who started his private collection in 1970s. With a collection of over 2000 artworks ranging from paintings, sculptures, installations and new media, Dr. Oei hong Dijin aims to aspire the young generations to appreciate, enjoy and preserve Indonesian art.


Jiwa Katrok 2015 (Old-fashioned Soul 2015)

Artist: Bob Sick Yudhita

Exhibition Duration: 4 June 2015 – 17 June 2015

Venue: Tahun Emas Artroom, Kasongan, Yogyakarta


A solo exhibition by Bob Yudhita Agung (well known as Bob Sick), who is strongly influenced by Jean-Michel Basquiat and pop culture, including music and tattoo art. The primitive-naive charms Bob’s works, expressing a sense of social awareness.

For this exhibition, Bob Sick has also moved his studio and works to Artroom for 14 days.


Infinity in Flux 

Event Date: 6 June 2015 – 28 June 2015

Venue: Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia

An annual art fair since 2008, ART|JOG actively involves participating artists in the display of their works and interaction with the public. Its closeness with the artists is what makes ART|JOG unique and different from any other art fairs.  Through its open call application system, ART|JOG engages both emerging and established artists in the quest to offer a fresh approach in contemporary art. Now entering its eighth year, ART|JOG returns with INFINITY IN FLUX— the Unending Loop that Bonds the Artist and the Audience. 


Artist: Dwi Setianto (Indonesian Artist)

Event Duration:14 June 2015 -31 August 2015

Venue: Pekilo, Tehtaankatu 21, FI-35800 Mänttä, Finland


Mänttä Art Festival was first arranged in 1993. A biennial event during the early years, the festival has been arranged annually since 1999.  Through the decades, Mänttä Art Festival has brought the inspiring artworks all over the world to Finland.


The topic of the 20th Festival is about Culture Transition – Which occurs whenever people meet, especially when crossing borders. The curators wish to present the versatility that is already among us without creating new categories.


Indonesian Artist Dwi Setianto is invited as one of the artists. In the photo is he standing besides his work which is 150 x 1000 cm. Go check it out if you are nearby!



Artist: Roland Hagenberg, Sheila Metzner

Exhibition Duration: 16 June 2015 – 28 July 2015

Opening Reception: 16 June 2015 | 7:00 p.m.

Venue: Ponyhof artclub contemporary art Pestalozzistr. 14   80469 München  0049

In 2003 Roland Hagenberg and Sheila Metzner embarked on a trip to the southwest of the USA in order to document a BMW Magazine art installation featuring work by Robert Smithson, Michael Heizer, Walter de Maria und James Turrell. An intimate friendship developed out of the collaboration and a mutual appreciation for the natural environment of Arizona and New Mexico and has now been visualized through the exhibition “Körperlandschaft“, made possible by ponyhof artclub contemporary art. The focus of their collaboration is the sculptural form of landscapes comprised of physical bodies rather than dunes and Canyons.


37th Bali Art Festival (Pesta Kesenian Bali)

Event Date: 13 June 2015 – 11July 2015

Venue           Denpasar Arts Centre (Taman Werdhi Budaya), Jalan Nusa Indah, Denpasar, Indonesia


The 37th annual Bali Art Festival takes on the theme "Jagadhita: Strengthening Public Welfare". It is the perfect moment to witness many kinds of traditional and contemporary art performances and cultures from all over Bali and some other islands in Indonesia. The festival always takes place during the long school holiday in Indonesia. The opening always drawn a lot of attention from all the locals, as well as from international travellers and medias. A lavish parade of each performer will be lined up in front of Bajra Sandhi Monument in Denpasar, while most of the performances and exhibitions will be held daily at Denpasar Art Centre with the magnificent Balinese Architecture amphitheater as the centre stages.

*Photo credit: @thejakartapost