May to August Newsletter 2019
Unit A, 4/f., Kin Teck Industrial Building,
26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong
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Past Exhibitions

Antoinette Rozan and Wensen Qi/Vincent Cazeneuve

Exhibition Duration: 1 June – 13 July 2019

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, Unit A, 4/f, Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong


As we stepped into summer, Sin Sin Fine Art presented Unearthed, a duo exhibition featuring French artists Antoinette Rozan and Wenzen Qi/Vincent Cazeneuve. In Rozan’s bronze sculpture and Qi/Cazeneuve’s lacquer works, both artists attempt to unearth the hidden bind between nature and human being, invoking thoughts on emotions and spirituality. At the opening reception, we were honoured to have Stefan Leyshon, world-renowned magician, sharing his art of illusions with us.


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Lacquer Man
Directed by Arjarn Jin @ TSESER

We are also very excited to share with you Lacquer Man, a documentary on artist Wensen Qi/Vincent Cazaneuve, directed and produced by TSESER. The intimate documentary follows the artist from Chongqing to its peripheries, taking a closer look at the laborious process of lacquering as he prepared new works for a museum exhibition in Chongqing, China.


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Potpourri – 20th Living Celebration
Sin Sin Man

Exhibition Duration: 23 Mar – 23 May 2019

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, Unit A, 4/f, Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong


We were proud to present Potpourri – 20th Living Celebration, a sensational solo exhibition of our founder and artist Sin Sin Man. The exhibition featured her latest works of paper, ink, wood, textile and scent, echoing the alternative ways through which we view, create and combine our positions and art within our community to create narratives of shared experience. The immersive showcase challenged viewers to reach deep into their sensorial memories to conjure their very own meaning and understanding. 


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Upcoming Exhibitions

Sin Sin Social Club 4 – Searching…

Bob Yudhita Agung, FauZie As’ad, Satoshi Katayama, Sin Sin Man, Sun Guangyi and Wong Tong

Exhibition Duration: 24 August – 10 September 2019

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, Unit A, 4/f, Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong


Sin Sin Social Club returns to stage Searching… an interdisciplinary exhibition curated by Sin Sin Man and Stefán A.R. Orschel-Read. The exhibition explores the notion of identity through the pairing of established artists and emerging garment artisans, all recent graduates from Raffles Design Institute, from all over Asia. Featuring live music performance by experimental soundscape artist Paul Yip, join us for a night of Asian ancestry and crafts appreciation at our opening on 23 September, 6.30-9.30pm! 


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Sun Guangyi

Exhibition Duration: 20 September – 6 November 2019

Venue: Sin Sin Fine Art, Unit A, 4/f, Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong


The showcase will be a visual journey of Sun’s seminal works in ink, stretching from Blessings (2015), Beyond Heavens (2016) to his latest solo exhibition Heaven - A Clear View of the Universe (2019). Living in Dali City in Yunnan, the unassuming Sun is an artist of great personal humility but whose works invoke stunning power and expansive ideas. We warmly invite you to come experience the transcendental vision of Sun Guangyi.


Atelier News

Sin Sin Atelier Open House Vol. 9

Event Duration: 26 September – 28 September 2019

Venue: Sin Sin Atelier, Unit A, 4/f, Kin Teck Industrial Building, 26 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong


We are pleased to invite you to our Open House Vol. 9 next month. Key pieces from collections such as Flexible, Misty and Sparks, along with woven and knitted wardrobe staples will be on view at our atelier. Anticipate the coming season with shapes, textures and tones we picked out for you from our extensive archive. More details coming soon.


Artists News

Nirkias (Not a Figure of Speech)

M. Irfan

Exhibition Duration: 20 July – 10 August 2019

Venue: RUBANAH Underground Hub Wisma GEHA (Basement), Jalan Timor no. 25 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia


In this immersive installation curated by Grace Samboh, M. Irfan presents to the viewers a new phase of his artistic practice. Stepping away from paintings and drawings, the artist takes on an array of everyday objects, collapsing the distance between viewers and the subject matter, as the objects come to represent nothing else but themselves. 


As viewers move in between to form their own thoughts and reflections, they inevitably join the ensemble, becoming one with these inanimate objects.

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Frankfurt Book Fair
Roland Hagenberg

Event Duration: 16 October - 21 October 2019
Venue: Messe Frankfurt, Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1, Frankfurt, Germany

New poetry book titled Rio - Love and Life in Times of Executions, written by Hagenberg, will be presented at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Illustrated with Polaroids by Swiss artist Karl A. Meyer, the book describes the daily survival in a Brazilian favela.

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Basquiat – Made in Japan

Roland Hagenberg

Exhibition Duration: 21 September – 11 November 2019

Venue: Mori Art Museum, 53F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, Roppongi, Tokyo, Japan


On the occasion of a major Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition at the Mori Museum in Tokyo, portraits of him photographed by artist Roland Hagenberg are prominently featured in the two exhibition publications. These limited edition prints of Basquiat in his studio are available at Sin Sin Fine Art.


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Satoshi Katayama

Event Duration: 3 May – 25 May 2019

Venue: Aoikinenkan Museum, 1 Chome-1-20 Nakagawa, Takaoka, Toyama 933-8518, Japan


Artist Satoshi Katayama returns for his first solo exhibition in two years at the Aoi Memorial Museum, presenting works that at once embody the traditional philosophies of calligraphy and a vigorous contemporary expression.


Heaven – A Clear View of The Universe
Sun Guangyi

Exhibition Duration: 13 July – 4 August 2019

Venue: No. 45 Wulanchabu West Street, New District, Hohhot City, China


Heaven – A Clear View of the Universe, a solo exhibition of Sun Guangyi, was recently held at Art Tai Space in Hohhot City. His vigorous splashes and delicate brushstrokes, the works speak of a compelling sense of liberation that transpires from a lifelong practice of finding peace within. 


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Wensen Qi/Vincent Cazeneuve and Weng Jijun

Exhibition Duration: 14 September – 12 October 2019
Venue: Galerie Dumonteil, 38, rue de l’Université, 75007, Paris, France


After showing in Shanghai last year, artist Wensen Qi/Vincent Cazeneuve returns with Weng Jijun for another dual exhibition of their mesmerizing lacquer paintings. Practicing such a complex and laborious craft in the contemporary era, their resultant nonconforming pieces entice viewers into taking a closer look at the enigmatic historical practice from a fresh perspective.


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New Edition of Chongqing Context - Chongqing Intangible Cultural Heritage
Wensen Qi/Vincent Cazeneuve

Exhibition Duration: 13 March - 14 April 2019
Venue: Liu Zhongli Museum, Sichuan Fine Art Institue, Chongqing

Hosted by the museum of Sichuan Fine Art Instituite, the exhibtion showcased eight contemporary artists who inherited important yet often overlooked traditional Chinese crafts, such as Rongchang grass cloth, Yunnan Dai paper and Chengkou lacquer. Their practices return importance to these techniques of significant historical value, as each, fused with present-day concerns, rematerialises as abstract paintings and contemporary couture. 


Talk: The Architectural Possibilities of Bookbinding

Zhang Xiaodong

Event Duration: 17 May 2019

Venue: Upper Bookstore, 239 Ha’erbin Rd, Hongkou Qu, Shanghai, China


If book pages were walls, how each page is bound, where the words and images fall would be just as how a building is constructed and how its interior and furniture contribute to its character and narrative.

As the inheritor of the long lost art of Dragon-Scale Binding – an ancient bookbinding technique that renders books into kinetic structures that flow to movements in the air, artist Zhang Xiaodong spoke about his contemplations on what a book could come to be when it is considered as a three-dimensional space, and the architecture of it as intricate as that of a building.


ARTJOG MMXIX – Art In Common

Exhibition Duration: 25 July – 25 August 2019

Venue: Jogja National Museum, Jl. Prof. Ki Amri Yahya no.1, Gampingan, Yogyakarta, DIY, 55253, Indonesia


ARTJOG MMXIX is an annual exhibition based on the curator sub-theme of “common | space”. With nearly 40 international and local artists participating, the exhibition presents various works that raise questions on the idea of shared spaces in our daily lives. From educational programs such as meet the artists, curatorial tours to daily performances and merchandise projects, the exhibition seeks to encourage engagement and discourse between artists of various disciplines and the public.


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Villa News

Villa Sin Sin Special Rates

Date: Present – 31 March 2020

Venue: Villa Sin Sin Bali, Indonesia



Villa Sin SIn is built by Ms. Sin Sin Man, an artist and creative entrepreneur from Hong Kong, in collaboration with celebrated Italian architect Mr. Gianni Francione in 1999, as her own home. It is a private complex of three 2-bedroom villas, nestled in Kerobokan and the peaceful surrounds of rural Bali villages and mountain views. This July, Villa Sin Sin has returned to the management of the owner and is pleased to offer special rates below from this summer to New Years 2020.



Low Season     USD 320

High Season    USD 360

Peak Season   USD 440


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Rates/night inclusive of all villa facilities, return airport services, daily Sunrise breakfast and 15% VAT. 

For reservation or further details, please contact 

Komang at or whatsapp +62 81236 85107


Galungan and Kuningan Festival

Event Duration: 24 July – 3 August 2019

Venue: Bali, Indonesia


Famously known as the “Island of God”, Bali holds countless ceremonies, festivals and rituals in praise of God’s many blessings and creations on the bountiful island.

Galungan Festival, the Thanksgiving of Balinese Hindus, marks the period of time when ancestral spirits visit the Earth. Most offerings will be done on the 24 July and 3 August, the first and last day of the festival, when deities and spirits are believed to arrive on Earth, and later return to heaven. During the celebration, penjors – grand bamboo poles, decorated in palm leaves, harvest and offeringsare put up all along roads and streets and at every entrance to welcome the visiting spirits.


For Kerobokan, where Villa Sin Sin is located, the special anniversary of their village temple falls on the same period of the Galungan and Kuningan. During this time, streets are decorated with penjor and beautiful ceremonies can be seen happening all around.