Tania Pérez Córdova, Todas nuestras explicaciones, 2022, Coloured concrete, melting ice, 26.5 x 38 x 9.5cm. Courtesy of the artist & Art : Concept, Paris. Photo © Tania Pérez Córdova

After presenting the work of Tania Pérez Córdova in 2019 in a group show, Art : Concept organises her first solo exhibition in France. The artist takes over the gallery with her most recent works, created for the occasion.

Caroline Achaintre, Sprite Y-B, 2021, black and fake snakeskin leather, 105 × 58 × 20 cm. Courtesy of the artist & Art : Concept, Paris. Photo Infinity Graphic

Focus on … Caroline Achaintre
Between crumpled and smooth, soft and hard, supple and rigid, opaque or openwork, the leather forms fashioned by Caroline Achaintre recall shells, wings, totems and other organic shapes. It is the weight that creates the volume, the cut-out that lets the relief emerge. Like accessories that one could take hold of and dress up in, these objects evoke fashion clothes, primitive masks or skins, on a human scale. Playing with right side and left side, black and colour, the remains take on the glow and colours of life under the artist’s fingers.

Show at Maison des Métiers du Cuir de Graulhet
33 rue Saint-Jean – 81300 Graulhet

Vue d’installation / installation view Textiles instalativos: del medio al lugar, 2021, CAAC Sevilla, Spain

The CAAC is hosting an exhibition of 11 large-scale works by six artists from different generations and backgrounds until May 2022. It illustrates how art has liberated textiles from the domestic sphere and the simple functionality to which they seemed condemned, and turned them into a language of protest to depict the world.

Ulla Von Brandenburg invites us to “get out of our habits to see clearly, to adopt different points of view to see the world in a new way”.

Centro andaluz de arte contemporáneo
Cartuja de Santa María de Las Cuevas
Entrances: Avda. Américo Vespucio, 2 / Camino de los Descubrimientos, s/n
41092 Seville SPAIN

Installation view Ulla von Brandenburg, Eine Landschaft ohne Blau, wie ungefähr, Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst. Photo Tobias Hübel. Courtesy de l’artiste, Art : Concept (Paris); Meyer Riegger (Berlin/Karlsruhe); Pilar Corrias Gallery (Londres) et Produzentengalerie Hamburg

The exhibition ‘A landscape without blue, what would you say’ (a quotation from Goethe’s panels on colour theory and their explanation) has been specially designed for the rooms of the Weserburg Museum of Modern Art. This is the first exhibition of the artist’s work on this scale in Germany and the first museum exhibition of her work in Northern Germany.

Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst
Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen, Germany

Roman Signer, Hemd, 1995. Eau et bidon / water and container, 1995. In the exhibition Calder Now, Kunsthal Rotterdam. Photo © Ossip van Duivenbode

Hors les murs | Roman Signer participates in the show ‘Calder Now’ at Kunsthal Rotterdam (Netherlands). This exhibition explores for the first time in Europe the modern master’s enduring and unmistakable influence on contemporary art. ‘Calder Now’ presents twenty sculptures by Alexander Calder, alongside works by ten prominent contemporary artists.

Kunstahal Rotterdam
November 21, 2021 – May 29, 2022

Ulla von Brandenburg, Sweet Feast, 2018, Super 16 mm film (transeferd on HD video), colour, sound, 11 min 25 s. © Ulla von Brandenburg. Courtesy de l’artiste, Art : Concept (Paris); Meyer Riegger (Berlin/Karlsruhe); Pilar Corrias Gallery (Londres) et Produzentengalerie Hamburg

Five Exercises of Resistance is an annual project and a group exhibition composed of five chapters. Each of the chapters will feature one video work by an international artist. The first chapter in the series, artist Ulla von Brandenburg’s work ‘Sweet Feast’, will be on display at the museum beginning on November 18. This special project will be celebrated in early 2022, as part of the events of the International Season.

Curation Avi Lubin

Eretz Museum
2 Haim Levanon St., Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv 69975

Vue d’exposition / installation view Histoires d’abstractions. Le cauchemar de Greenberg, Fondation Pernod Ricard, Paris, 2021-2022. Courtesy of the artist and Art : Concept, Paris. Photo Thomas Lannes

The exhibition returns to the thought of Clement Greenberg (1909-1994) who dominated abstraction thinking for decades. Far from this statement, the exhibition attempts to show the relationship that abstraction has today with narrative, history and a look at the world. Whether political, cosmogonic, ecological or feminist, these works proclaim, each in its own way, the transitive and resolutely contextual dimension of abstraction – which is precisely what Greenbergian modernism had tried to repress.

Curation Marjolaine Lévy

Fondation Pernod Ricard
1 cours Paul Ricard
75008 Paris

Caroline Achaintre, MissTique, 2019, Laine tuftée à la main / Hand tufted wool, 220 × 167 cm. Photo by ​​Laetizia Debain. Courtesy of the artist and Art : Concept, Paris

Kunstmuseum Ravensburg opens on November 19 Caroline Achaintre’s first solo exhibition in a German museum.

This exhibition “provides an overview of the memorable work of the Franco-German artist. Achaintre transposes traditional techniques such as tapestry, ceramics and watercolour into the present, exploring the boundaries between abstraction and representation.” (Extrait du communiqué de presse)

Jeremy Deller, Father and Son, 2021, time-based sculptural installation, wax, wood, wick and flame. Commissioned by ACCA. Courtesy of the artist and The Modern Institute, Glasgow. Photo by Christian Capurr

ACCA ‘present the first Australian commission by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller as a one-day only off-site project in an ecclesiastical setting. […] Through the lens of art history, religion and popular culture, Father and Son explores questions of generational change, and the legacies we leave for future generations.’

´Deller, with apologies to his close friend Urs Fischer gives us this worthless inheritance and the profits of a family who gained the whole world but lost its soul and destroyed the earth in its raging intolerance, bigotry, hatred and tyrannical cruelty.’ Jerry Saltz

+ ACCA is pleased to announce a new limited-edition artwork by Jeremy Deller, produced to coincide with Jeremy Deller: Father and Son, and available exclusively via the ACCA Shop.

St Saviour’s Church of Exiles, Collingwood, Melbourne, Australia
SaSat 6 Nov 2021, 12pm–12am