Guided Tour (and Lunch): "Roots" at Sin Sin Fine Art
The HKU Museum Society is delighted to organise a visit to Sin Sin Fine Art, a gallery that focuses on contemporary art from all over the world that is spiritual and inspiring. We will be welcomed by Sin Sin Man, founder, owner and director of “Sin Sin Atelier – Fine Art – Villa” who will personally guide us through their current exhibition Roots. A creative free-spirit, she will share insights of the works of two contemporary artists Lee Man Sang and Wensen Qi.
Following the tour of the exhibition, a small group of 11 members will enjoy a refreshing lunch with Sin Sin in her gallery. As space is limited, please sign up early.
This is a duet exhibition featuring the works from Hong Kong artist, Lee Man Sang and Chongqing-based French artist, Wensen Qi (Vincent Cazeneuve). An inner dialogue with roots, values & identity.
Both artists’ surreal displacements in the dynamic cities symbolise the sense of magical realism, their artworks become part of the fabric of normalcy, interspersed throughout everyday real life. The artists challenge the definition of ‘roots’. Roots are not born of nature but made and crafted by the human mind. They are shaped by the values, principles and core spirituality that make us who we are.