Marc Progin’s photograph “Midnight blue moon on flaming cliffs”, part of a Le French May festival show by the artist of images shot on a journey through Mongolia that opens this month in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Blue Lotus GalleryMarc Progin’s photograph “Midnight blue moon on flaming cliffs”, part of a Le French May festival show by the artist of images shot on a journey through Mongolia that opens this month in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Blue Lotus Gallery
Marc Progin’s photograph “Midnight blue moon on flaming cliffs”, part of a Le French May festival show by the artist of images shot on a journey through Mongolia that opens this month in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Blue Lotus Gallery

Film, music, photography, art – summer highlights of Le French May festival in Hong Kong

  • There are several art and photography shows to catch this month, as well as films by French directors, including Luc Besson’s The Fifth Element
  • Annual festival has had to be scaled down because of the coronavirus pandemic, with events postponed or cancelled
Topic |   Art
Marc Progin’s photograph “Midnight blue moon on flaming cliffs”, part of a Le French May festival show by the artist of images shot on a journey through Mongolia that opens this month in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Blue Lotus GalleryMarc Progin’s photograph “Midnight blue moon on flaming cliffs”, part of a Le French May festival show by the artist of images shot on a journey through Mongolia that opens this month in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Blue Lotus Gallery
Marc Progin’s photograph “Midnight blue moon on flaming cliffs”, part of a Le French May festival show by the artist of images shot on a journey through Mongolia that opens this month in Hong Kong. Photo: Courtesy of Blue Lotus Gallery
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