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  The opening reception of our charity exhibition "REACH FOR THE HEART" has been successfully launched last evening. We are happy to announce that we had recorded a sales proceed of HKD 307,600.

Sin Sin Fine Art would like to express our heartfelt thanks to everyone who has contributed to making this wonderful event happen, and most of all for your enthusiasm in support of Art in Hospital. Your kind gesture has given immense support, spiritual and material, to all of us who strive to promote spiritual healing through art.


5 May - 31 May, 2009

Opening reception:
Tue, 5 May, 2009, 6-9pm

Sin Sin Atelier + Annex
52 - 53 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Sun Guangyi, Thep Thavonsouk and Tisna Sunjaya
- Part of Asia Consciousness Festival

5 June - 26 June, 2009

Opening reception:
Tue, 16 June, 2009, 6-9pm

Sin Sin Fine Art
G/F, No.1 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong

  Roland Hagenberg at the Ohara Museum in Kurashiki, Japan

Date: 14 Apr - 17 May, 2009

Roland Hagenberg presents his photographs together with Daido Moriyama in the exhibition "Kurashiki Photographs". Hagenberg's book "20 Japanese Architects" was just published in Taiwan by Garden City Publishers (with photographs and texts in Chinese/English).

  "Love Tank" S. Teddy Darmawan at the National Museum of Singapore

Date: 1 May - 4 October 2009

Witness how East meets West in this one-of-a-kind art installation by Indonesian artist S. Teddy D at the National Museum of Singapore. Consisting of seven military tanks stacked to form a pagoda, Love Tank illustrates the interaction between cultures of the East and West, and plays on stereotypes. Contrary to being killing machines and symbols of western supremacy, the "Love Tanks" in this installation bear a camouflage of red lotuses commonly found on pagodas and believed to be the seats of gods and goddesses. In addition, parallels can be drawn between the seven tanks and seven-storeyed pagodas symbolic of pure love in Asian cultures.

Time: 10am - 8pm Venue: Rotunda, Natinal Museum of Singapore

  Rick Lewis at the Millay Colony for the Arts

Date: 2-25 June 2009 (Session III)

American artist Rick Lewis has received the residency award for the June 2009 session at the Millay Colony for the Arts, a residency programme that promotes the vitality of the arts and the development of writers, visual artists, and composers by providing a retreat for creative work.

During Rick's one-month residency, he will continue evokes out his interaction with specific places he visited through his artworks, particularly his recent trip to Indonesia. A collection of handmade maps he made in Bali will be further developed to be new artworks, as a direct response to Rick’s artistic life path, landscape and senses of places.

Venue: Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, New York