press release

Air de Paris
43 rue de la Commune de Paris
93230 Romainville

20.10.2019 - 21.12.2019

Opening on October 20, 2019

To mark the opening of the new Air de Paris in Romainville we’re delighted to be presenting the choral exhibition More: 40 artists on four floors and the chance for a stroll through all the gallery’s spaces, from cellar to attic, from reserves to roof terrace.

Running over a three months time, this exhibition will see the achievement of the interior design of the gallery, a project led by Sébastien Truchot - PCA STREAM

We’ll also be welcoming Linda Grabe and her wine webzine Le Volatile, le roman du vin.

For some 30 years now Air de Paris has cultivated a fondness for the peripheral. The move to Romainville shows us pursuing this notion in a restating of Liam Gillick’s maxim «Just More/More Just».

More with: Leonor Antunes, Noah Barker, Sadie Benning, François Curlet, Stéphane Dafflon, Brice Dellsperger, Guy de Cointet, Trisha Donnelly, Eliza Douglas, Claire Fontaine, Jef Geys, Liam Gillick, Joseph Grigely, Guyton\Walker, Carsten Höller, Michel Houellebecq, Dorothy Iannone, Aaron Flint Jamison, Pierre Joseph, Ben Kinmont, Adriana Lara, Pierre Le Tan , Ingrid Luche, Mïrka Lugosi, Monica Majoli, M/M (Paris), Sarah Morris,Mrzyk & Moriceau, Jean Painlevé, Philippe Parreno, Bruno Pelassy, Rob Pruitt, Sarah Pucci, Torbjørn Rødland, Allen Ruppersberg, Bruno Serralongue, Shimabuku, Lily van der Stokker, Sturtevant, Jean-Luc Verna.

Our office tables, titled {{Reflist}}, are an artwork by Aaron Flint Jamison that the artist produced for the Editathon Art + Feminism 2016 with Lafayette Anticipations, Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette, organized by Kvardek du and Flora Katz.


Komunuma, «community» or «commune» in Esperanto, the language of sharing, is the name of a site of nearly 11,000 square meters in Romainville, renovated by Fondation Fiminco, where four Parisian galleries will be located in 2019. The site, a former industrial site of the 20th century located near the «Bobigny-Pantin-Raymond Queneau» station, restored by FREAKS, an architectural firm based in Paris, will house a series of galleries, a café, an artists’ residence, as well as exhibition spaces. Komunuma will open its doors in October this year with the inauguration of the new spaces of Air de Paris (founded in 1990), Galerie Sator (founded 2011), Galerie Jocelyn Wolff (founded 2003) and In Situ Fabienne Leclerc (founded in 2001).In 2019, alongside contemporary art galleries, the Fiminco Foundation will open an artist residency and exhibition program and Jeune Création association will organize exhibitions with emerging artists. The much-awaited Frac Île de France / Les Réserves will also open its doors at the same address in 2020.