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After two years, Sin Sin proudly presented "Meaning in Timeing", Fung Ming Chip's third Solo Exhibition at Sin Sin Fine Art. The opening reception on 8 November was a great success attracting a diverse crowd of collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals. Audience were impressed by Fung's extraordinary latest Calligraphy art. Sin Sin and the team would like to thank you for your friendship and your continuous support.

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機緣的意義: 馮明秋
Meaning in Timeing Exhibition by Fung Ming Chip

Exhibition Period: Now - 31 Dec

Sin Sin Fine Art proudly presents Fung Ming Chip’s latest achievement, Meaning in Timeing calligraphic works on view now to 31 December 2013. Using line, continuity and perceived meaning of image, Fung maintains the characteristic of calligraphy, without Chinese characters.

Portion of the proceed will be donated to Reach for the HeART Charity Program.


Charity Group Exhibition
Exhibition Period: Now - 8 Dec

Sin Sin Fine Art presents Reach for the HeART Charity Exhibition. A group exhibition featuring Abdi Setiawan, Eddie Hara, Hengki Pudjianto, Hervé Maury, I Gusti Ngurah Buda, Maria Lobo, Nasirun, Stephanie Sin, Tilo Kaiser and Youri Leroux.

The opening reception was filled with love and smile.  It was a warm and wonderful evening . We speically thank for their generous sponsored on the lovely cookies.

Portion of the proceed will be donated to Reach for the HeART Charity Program. Please come and support this meaningful event! Artworks on view now to 8 Dec.


The China Club Charity Luncheon
Reception: 3 Dec, 12:30PM

Sin Sin and Director of Art in Hospital Grace Cheng would like to thank those who RSVP to the charity luncheon. Charity Lucheon is being held on 3 Dec in The China Club.

All proceed will be donated to Reach for the HeART Charity Program.


Charity Jewellery Show by Sandra d'Auriol
Opening Reception: 4 Dec, 5:00PM
Duration: 4 - 5 Dec

Sin Sin Atelier proudly presents the Charity Jewellery show of Sandra d’Auriol, which will be holding from 4 - 5 December. A good excuse to pamper yourself while supporting a good cause! Please come down to support us and participate in this meaningful effort!

Portion of the proceed will be donated to Reach for the HeART program.


Design Your Own Rug by Tai Ping Carpet
Make Purchase by: 31Dec 

An exclusive opportunity to realse your artisan dream!
Be the originator of your own rug, woven by Tai Ping Carpet.  There are three material options to choose from in two different sizes.

Option 1-
Materials: 100% New Zealand Grade A wool
Price range: HKD$ 30,000 for size 1.8 x 2.4M
                      HKD$35,000 for size 2 x 2.6M

Option 2-
Materials: 50% New Zealand Grade A wool, 50% Delicate Silk
Price range: HKD$40,000 for size 1.8 x 2.4M
                      HKD$48,000 for size 2 x 2.6M

Option 3-
Materials: 100% Delicate Silk
Price range: HKD$52,000 for size 1.8 x 2.4M
                      HKD$63,000 for size 2 x 2.6M

For interested parties, please contact us at Make purchase by 31 December, 2013.

Portion of the proceed will be donated to the Reach for the HeART program.


repertoire by Miranda Tsui

Sin Sin Atelier presented repertoire by Miranda. repertoire was one of the Reach for the HeART fundraising events. Proceed from sales was donated to the Reach for the HeART program. Sin Sin and Art in Hospital would like to thank Miranda for such wonderful contribution.

repertoire is a knitwear collection created by Miranda. Knitwear could be one of the most powerful contemporary languages to preserve and interpret traditional Chinese clothes-making philosophy. The author of flatness folded takes the challenge to create a capsule collection of knitwear, named repertoire fits with the dynamism of modern living while embracing China's millennia-old clothes-making wisdom of flatness, two-dimensional cutting and conservation.


Khandro Thrinlay Chodon Gathering

It was our great honour and pleasure to have Khandro Thrinlay Chodon, a female Buddist practitioner and spiritual teacher, presented a teaching at Sin Sin Atelier. It was a special evening and everyone was inspired by Khandro-la's teaching and sharing.

Khandro Thrinlay Chodon began her spiritual training as a small child and studied Eastern and Western philosophy at Berkeley. She has brought both Eastern and Western approaches to the spiritual psychology. Being a Buddist Rimproche, Khandro Thrinlay Chodon is devoted to bringing the wisdom of her ancient tradition alive in our modern world. Khandro Thrinlay Chodon has a large program of teachings, which include some in HKU.


Fung Ming Chip at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Exhibition Period: 11 Dec 2013 - 6 Apr 2014

We are delighted to share the news of Fung Ming Chip, the first Hong Kong artist to be invited by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, to participate in an upcoming group exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China, which is held from 11 December 2013 to 6 April 2014.

During a recent visit to New York, contemporary artist Fung Ming Chip met with Maxwell Hearn—the Met's Douglas Dillon Curator in Charge of the Department of Asian Art—to talk about his 2001 work, Heart Sutra

Please click on the link below to view the interview with Fung Ming Chip:


Lie Fhung will be participated in Group Exhibitions, Hong Kong

Lie Fhung will be showing her latest installation work 'Life Force' in a group show celebrating the 5th Anniversary of JCCAC (Jockey Club Arts Centre), which opens on Dec 6th and runs until Dec 31st.

She is also organising and participating in a group photo exhibition 'HONG KONG kaleidoscope' as part of the Very Hong Kong Festival at Dominion Garden in Wan Chai, from Dec 7th to 14th. For more information on the 'HONG KONG kaleidoscope', please visit:


Kokok P Sancoko participates in LOST AND FOUND: Retelling Story of Silk Road in Indonesia, a proposed exhibition by Alia Swastika (curator)
2 December 2013 - January 2014

Buddhism and Hinduism managed its way to Indonesia when trading activity began in the early of first century on the Silk Road. The Silk Road is an extensive interconnected network of trade routes that started 3,000 years ago linking China across the Asian continent connecting East, South, and Western Asia with the Mediterranean world, as well as North and Northeast Africa and Europe. It bonded powerful civilizations such as Rome and China. It brings to mind pictures of lush desert oases and far-flung crossroad settlements crowded with merchants, spiritual pilgrims, and adventurous travelers from many regions, the Silk Road has become in our time a metaphor for cultural exchange among people of diverse societies, distant places, and different religions.

Alia would like to present some of the works that represent the idea of product of cultural exchanges, the first notion of forming identity, and therefore, to show how fluid the idea of who we are. These works show various aspect of the silk road era to what we see now in current Indonesia, from everyday life, religious issues and even, food commodity.


Pande Ketut Taman Solo Exhibition, Jakarta
Exhibition Period: 22 Nov - 6 Dec 

This year, Ciptadana is proud to have the renowned Pande Ketut Taman as its featured artist, with a special private exhibition and 2014 Art Calendar, presenting the artist’s latest paintings and sculptures, as the highlights.

"Between The Volcano and The Temple", Curated and produced by Emmo Italiaander and Rifky Effendi, will be showcast at Ciptadana’s “Art Space”, on the 5th floor of the Ciptadana Center, Jakarta Friday, November 22nd to Friday, December 6th 2013, between the hours of 10:00 am and 6:00 pm.


Peter Dittmar in Group Exhibition at Manly Art Gallery & Museum, New York
Exhibition Period: 8 Nov - 1 Dec

“Tribute to Ralph Balson” 2013/Sydney Please come to the opening of the group show “KEEPING COMPANY” at MANLY ART GALLERY & MUSEUM.


Rick Lewis participated in a Charity Auction, New York

Rick Lewis participated in a Charity Auction at Heritage Auctions in NYC to raise money for Lighthouse International on Monday Nov. 25, 2013. He generously donated a painting titled Dreaming Of Tirtenganga.

Total Fundraiser Goal was $100,000.00 US dollars.

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