Come and see the French Pavilion at Hong Kong Book Fair! This year, we will present you a large choice of comics and talk about them, surrounded by the images of the Petit Prince.
In collaboration with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the French Consulate General and Alliance Française will once again present the French Pavilion to the city’s annual Book Fair from 15 to 21 July 2020. This year the theme chosen is “Inspiration”. Renowned French-based Hong Kong artist LI Chi Tak has been invited to the Pavilion to interact with the local public.
To resonate the theme and in the context of the celebration of European “Comic strips” in 2020 conceived by the French
government, the Consulate and Alliance Française have chosen to dedicate the French Pavilion to French Comics. "La bande
This will highlight classic and contemporary French comics as well as new forms of reading through a digital exhibition. We have selected many comics to represent the art of comic books as well as possible. Flip through world-renowned classics as Astérix, Tintin or the Smurfs and discover the very best of novelties for adults and kids!
Join us to meet some of your favorite comic authors from Hong Kong and have your books signed at the same time.
Enjoy a fun French time to speak, discover or practice the language. A French rendez-vous ! Come and discover the French language through a fun speak-dating game with native speakers.
You will learn simple sentences, basic vocabulary and French greetings. A bientôt !
SPEAKERS : David Cordina, Jean-Baptiste Larramendy, Alliance Française de Hong Kong
Discover the books of HK artists who attended the most important Comics festival in the world - Angoulême Comic Festival.
In January 2019, during the 46th festival of Angoulême, French Minister of culture Franck Riester announced that 2020 would be the “Year of comics” in France, through the BD 2020 set of events. And in early 2020, HKAC launched FEVER, the successor event of OUAT, with artists Lau Kwong-shing, Li Chi Tak, and Yanai being invited to Angoulême, while being exhibited at Hong Kong Arts Centre. All three are publishing a book in French: Moon of the moon, by Li Chi Tak, in collaboration with Le Louvre Museum in Paris, Frankenstein Family by Yanai, and Fantaisie Ordinaire (Ordinary Day) by Lau Kwong-shing.
Li Chi Tak will be present for a presentation : "From Hong Kong to the Louvre".
An exhibition to explore digital art and question our relationship to comic books.