A Place to Breathe: Sin Sin Fine Art’s ‘Inhale’ Exhibition
Why We Recommend it
Sixteen artists present their evocative works in a charity exhibition organised on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of NGO Reach for the HeART.
Co-founded in 2009 by gallerist Sin Sin Man of Sin Sin Fine Art and Art in Hospital, ‘Reach for the HeART’ is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing free art workshops and activities for elderly patients with chronic diseases in public hospitals.
Sin Sin Fine Art is the first and major force in Hong Kong to bring Indonesian artworks to Hong Kong and open new windows for them to the international art arena. Her gallery focuses on contemporary art that is spiritual and inspiring.
Inhale is a group exhibition that features sixteen of these artists, including emerging British painter Jack Penny, who is known for his expressive, intuitive and exuberant artworks, and Chinese artist Bai Xincheng, whose works feature unique line figures.
The exhibition takes it title from the idea that human beings are inherently creative and have the ability to expand our creativity and find ways to communicate. For artists, the creative process provides a safe place of self-expression, which is as essential as inhaling.
Proceeds from the exhibition will be used to benefit the elderly patients enrolled in ‘Reach for the HeART’ programme.