During exhibitions
Tuesday to Friday: 2 pm to 6 pm
Closed on holidays

The foundation is in an Art Nouveau villa and thus unfortunately not adapted to the needs of the disabled.


01.03.2018 | 4 pm — Guided Tour
15.03.2018 | 7 pm — Film and conversation about Kiki Smith
05.04.2018 | 4 pm — Guided Tour
26.04.2018 | 7 pm — Artist Talk with Raimund Kummer

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More information

15 February 2018
Opening with Introductory Talk and Participating Artists

At the opening of the new exhibition Viewing the Other, visitors were pleased to see the artists Kiki Smith from New York, USA and Ki-Ra Kim from Seoul, South Korea. Both are represented by impressive works in the theme exhibition. Dr. Petra Giloy-Hirtz held the introductory talk. You will find an excerpt of her talk here.

13 February 2018
Program of Events

The new exhibition of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung has opened!
The following events await you in the upcoming months:

22 January 2018
The New Exhibition Begins Shortly

The new exhibition at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung has been installed and will be on view starting 26 January 2018. Entitled Viewing the Other, it presents impressive sculptures and installations by internationally renowned artists such as Tony Cragg, Mona Hatoum, Ki-Ra Kim, Raimund Kummer, Alejandra Seeber, Kiki Smith, and Pae White.

21 November 2017
End of the Exhibition lebenswelt | life-world 

After a ten-month viewing-period the exhibition lebenswelt | life-world came to an end in October. The large number of visitors and the consistently positive feedback from the press made it one of the most successful exhibitions organized by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung.
Some excerpts from our guestbook:

25 October 2017
Successful Premiere at the Long Night of Munich Museums

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung participated in the Long Night of Munich Museums this year again. For the first time the foundation offered a special afternoon program for children as well. It included a child-oriented guided tour in which children came in contact with artworks made of glass for the first time.