Jef Geys at Air de Paris, Paris

Press release: In 1998, Jef Geys travelled to Lisbon, hometown of the legendary fado singer Amália Rodrigues (1920–1999), who holds a fascination for him. During his brief «rest and relaxation» stay he took dozens of photographs: not at all your standard tourist stuff, but over and over shadows cast on pavements and walls. The same

Leonor Antunes at Air de Paris, Paris

Press release: Acrotony is the tendency of most trees and plants to give nutritional priority to the lateral shoots nearest the apex of the main shoot – to put the emphasis on spiritual nourishment, you might say. It also provides Leonor Antunes with an opportunity to reflect on the colonisation of plants: not only directly

Dorothy Iannone at Air de Paris, Paris

Press release: Air de Paris and Dorothy Iannone are pleased to invite you to the artist’s second solo exhibition at Air de Paris, with works spanning the period 1961–2015: paintings, drawings, films, objects and books, all with a markedly narrative and overtly autobiographical visual feel. An exhilarating ode to an unbridled sexuality and the celebration