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In October, Sin Sin Fine Art continued the celebration of our 10th anniversary, a beautiful book "10 Years After - Sketches" was published on the occasion of the "10 Years After" exhibition. We were blessed to be surrounded by beloved friends at the book launch and the book was well received. We would like to thank Mandy Yim and Victor Ma from Y-Space for an amazing dance Performance, it was a warm and wonderful evening filled with love and smile.

Thank you for joining us at the book launch and your continuous support. We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming events.


We would like to share a glimpse of the joyful night at the "10 Years After - Sketches" book launch.  Videographer Yiannis captured some of the best moments. 

Please click on the button on the left or the 'more' button below to view the video.


"10 Years After", 10th Anniversary Group Exhibition
Date: 13 Sept - 31 Oct

This year Sin Sin Fine Art celebrated its 10th anniversary by bringing together 33 local and overseas artists who have the last ten years collaborated closely with Sin Sin.  Our "10 Years After" was a unique exhibition. Each participated artists created artful cabinets especially for this event. Each artworks symbolized the strong creative bond that evolved over the years between the artists, Sin Sin and Hong Kong. We would like to thank you all for your continuous support over the past 10 years. We look forward to seeing you at many more of our wonderful upcoming events!

"10 Years After - Sketches"; curated by Sin Sin, published by MCCM and edited by Yang Yeung; is created in conjunction with the "10 Years After" Exhibition.  The book includes sketches from 33 artists and writings by several friends.  To purchase a copy of the book, please contact us by email at info@sinsinfineart.com or call 2858 5072.


AUSTRIA         :  Roland Hagenberg


CHINA            :   Bai Xincheng , Sun Guangyi   


FRANCE         :    Antoinette Rozan , Herve Maury , Pablo Posada Pernikoff ,

                            Vincent Cazeneuve, Youri Leroux


GERMANY       :   Peter Dittmar , Tilo Kaiser


HONG KONG  :   Fung Ming Chip , Sin Sin Man , Stephanie Sin , 

                               Tang Kwok Hin , Wong Tong , Wong Yan Kwai


INDONESIA      :   Abdi Setiawan , Anusapati , Hanafi , I Gusti Ngurah Buda ,

                             Jumaldi Alfi , Kokok. P. Sancoko , Lie Fhung , Mohamad Irfan , 

                             Nasirun , Pande Ketut Taman , Putu Sutawijaya ,

                             S. Teddy Darmawan , Tisna Sanjaya , Yunizar


RUSSIA             :    Konstantin Bessmertny 


U.S.A                :    Maria Lobo , Rick Lewis





The Silk Journey with Nadya at Sin Sin Atelier

Date:  9 - 10 Oct


Sin Sin Atelier was delighted to present to you an exciting array of textile works by Nadya.


Her collection of unique, hand-crafted garments is inspired by extensive travels through Asia and Europe. Her experience of working in the fashion industry in Paris, combining European sophistication with the excitement of Asian textiles and silhouettes, created the Nadya aesthetic -- a distinctive look worn by discriminating women around the world.


A portion of the proceeds from sale went to the Begawan Foundation Bali Starling Breeding and Release Program.






1. 機緣的意義: 馮明秋
    Meaning in Timeing by Fung Ming Chip
     Opening Reception: 8 Nov  / 6 - 9PM
     Exhibition Period: 8 Nov – 31 Dec

Sin Sin Fine Art proudly presents Fung Ming Chip’s latest achievement, Meaning in Timeing calligraphic works on view from 8 November to 31 December 2013. 

This new series of twelve hanging scrolls, each with a small painting mounted above a large, delves further into the concept of time. The small paintings, all contain a continuation of the numerical sequence and an image from the twelve daylight hours. The large image below contains the continuation of number series and an image to engage in dialogue with the above.

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.


2. repertoire by Miranda Tsui
     Opening Reception: 1 Nov / 6 - 8PM
     Exhibition Period: 1 - 11 Nov

Sin Sin Atelier proudly presents to you repertoire by Miranda. 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.

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


3. Reach for the HeART Charity Exhibition
     Exhibition Period: 28 Nov / 6 - 9PM

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

Portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Reach for the HeART Charity program.  Please come join us  and support this meaningful event!


4. Reach for the HeART Charity Luncheon
     Reception: 3 Dec / 12:30pm
     Venue: The China Club
    Address:  Room 2 – 8, 14/F, The Old Bank of China Building, Bank Street, Central
    Price: HKD$600 per person

Sin Sin and Director of Art in Hospital Grace Cheng invite you to join us at a charity luncheon, being held at The China Club on December 3rd.   For interested parties, please RSVP by 10 Nov with Ms. Alisa Fung at info@sinsinfineart.com or call 2585 5072.

All proceed will be donated to the Reach for the HeART program.


5. Charity Jewellery Show by Sandra d’Auriol
     Opening Reception: 4 Dec / 6 - 9PM
     Exhibition Period: 4 - 5 Dec

Sin Sin Atelier proudly presents the Charity Jewellery show of Sandra d’Auriol, which will be holding from 4 - 5 DecemberA 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.


6. Design Your Own Rug by Tai Ping Carpet
     Make Purchase by: 28 Nov 

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 info@sinsinfineart.com. Make purchase by 28 November, 2013.

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


Khandro Thrinlay Chodon Gathering
Date: 7 Nov / 6 - 9PM

Sin Sin Atelier proudly presents Khandro Thrinlay Chodon. It is our great honour and pleasure to have Khandro Thrinlay Chodon, a female Buddist practitioner and spiritual teacher, giving a teaching on 7 November, 6 - 9PM.

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.

Please RSVP with Ms. Alisa Fung by email at info@sinsinfineart.com or call 2858 5072.

Grasp the chance to enjoy a lovely stay at a stunning villa in Bali


Sin Sin Villa Bali is delighted to offer a special all-in price of USD350 per night (normally USD420++). To make it even more irresistible, Cathay Pacific is also doing a special offer for direct flights to Bali. Don’t miss this golden chance to have a lovely and relaxing time in Bali in style with Sin Sin Villa Bali!


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-         Booking period: from now until 31st October
-         Travel day: from now to 19th December 2013
-         Include return airport transfer
-         Valid for 2 persons

*** booking is based on availability


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  Fung Ming Chip at M Sutherland Fine Arts, New York City
Experimental Calligraphy

Exibition Period: 20 Nov, 13 - 11 Nov, 14

Fung Ming Chip, one of our beloved artists who has been with us for many years, will be  participating in an exhibition, Experimental Calligraphy, at M Sutherland Fine Arts located at 55 E. 80th St, 2/F, New York City. The Exhibition will be held from 20 Nov, 13 to 11 Jan, 14. Please visit if you are in New York City during the period.


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.


Rick Lewis at Steven Amedee Gallery, New York City
Opening Reception: 7 Nov / 6-8PM
Exhibition Period: 7 Nov - 30 Dec

Rick Lewis, another beloved artist, will be showing a series of new paintings on canvas at Steven Amedee Gallery at 41 North Moore Street in New York City.

All new paintings are untitled mixed media works inspired by observations from nature. Oil, enamel, aluminum powder, plastic asphalt on canvas.


Tisna Sanjaya participates in a Group Exhibition: Not a Dead End
Jogja Biennale XII Equator # 2
Indonesian encounter with the Arab region
Exhibition Period: 16 Nov 13 - 6 Jan 14

Dear art lover, if you are in Jogja, please visit Jogja Biennale.

Commenced for the first time as an exhibition that represent the dynamic of art practice in Yogyakarta in 1988, Biennale Jogja has now become one of the most robust and consistent visual arts events in Indonesia. Known as a flagship exhibition that showcase contemporary art practice and discourse, the biennale has contributed significantly to the dynamic of local and regional art scene in Indonesia and Southeast Asia particularly.

The Biennale Jogja XII will be focusing on the encounter between Indonesia and five countries in Arab region, namely Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, and Yemen. Curated by Agung Hujatnikajennong (Indonesia) and Sarah Rifky (Egypt), the biennale starts from a perspective that sees the contemporary art practice as a representation of modes of ‘productions–distributions–consumptions’ that have shaped the cultural globalization.