24 JUN - 25 JUN
Multi-genre music
Cities of Light

French May Arts Festival proudly presents an unprecedented Hong Kong-France cultural exchange concert. Renowned Hong Kong composer Leon Ko, together with pop diva Gin Lee and jazz vocalist Talie Monin, bring you a music fest filled with iconic Hong Kong songs and their French counterparts. "Tchin-Tchin", the French version of Tsai Chin's The Forgotten Time from the world-famous movie "Infernal Affairs", the Cantonese version of "La Vie en Rose" by Danny Chan, the concert will present surprising gems and adaptations of the past, taking audiences on an extraordinary musical journey of Hong Kong and French popular music.

Date:24 JUN - 25 JUN 2022 Venue:Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre
13 MAY - 30 JUN
Excellence In Contemporary Circus

French May Arts Festival is delighted to present Excellence in Contemporary Circus, brought by young artists from two of French top schools: the Académie Fratellini and the Centre National des Arts du Cirque Châlons-en-Champagne (CNAC).

Date:13 MAY - 30 JUN 2022 Venue:Online Programme
19 MAY - 30 JUN
Gastronomy & Special events

Chinachem Group once again joins hands with French May Arts Festival, inviting visitors of Central Market and NINA MALL to enjoy a memorable journey of French culture and delicacies. French GourMay and Chinachem Group will jointly present a traditional French Market at Central Market and NINA MALL.

Date:19 MAY - 30 JUN 2022 Venue:Central Market and NINA MALL
20 MAY - 25 SEP
Adrift in Time—Photography by Chun Wai

Adrift in Time is an exhibition of photographs taken by Chun Wai in France in the 1990s. Born in Hong Kong and educated at the École supérieure des beaux-arts de Mulhouse, the artist toured Europe on a quest for the beginning of time, understanding that everything he photographed had a finite start and end. This physical and philosophical journey caused the artist to realise that his insights into the relationship suspended between predestination and chance were leading to an expansive form of loneliness—a state he felt was similar to the torment experienced by the ancient Chinese poets.

Date:20 MAY - 25 SEP 2022 Venue:University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong
20 MAY - 11 JUN
Modern & Contemporary Art
Reverie: Landscapes by André Brasilier

Opera Gallery Hong Kong is honoured to present Reverie: Landscapes by André Brasilier. A selection of over 20 paintings will take us into the lyrical realm of romance created by the French painter, populated by spirited horses, enchanted forests, classical and jazz music, candied snowfall and pensive women lit by moonlight. Through Brasilier's paintings, we can immerse ourselves in a timeless and fleeting moment, in which human beings live in harmony with nature, which is even more precious during these difficult times.

Date:20 MAY - 11 JUN 2022 Venue:Opera Gallery Hong Kong
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