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The foundation is in an Art Nouveau villa and thus unfortunately not adapted to the needs of the disabled.
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Short videos on the current exhibition About Us. Young Photography from China are now available on the website of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung. In a total of seven videos the foundation’s artistic director Petra Giloy-Hirtz provides interesting information on the exhibition concept and selected positions.
Three months after the exhibition opening, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is pleased about the ongoing interest in About Us. Young photography from China and about the many art enthusiasts that come visit the foundation for the first time. The current exhibition is also getting positive feedback in the press.
The occasion for a new publication by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is a generous donation of 130 unpublished drawings from the 1980s by the artist Ann Wolff. As a pioneer of the European studio glass movement, Ann Wolff is internationally known for her sculptures, which are primarily made of glass, but she has also always drawn.
For the current exhibition About Us. Young Photography from China, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung produces a series of short videos with the renowned documentary film director Claudia Müller. They offer interesting information on selected works and the exhibition and will be published on the foundation’s website and its social media channels over the next few months.
For the first time, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is offering a digital exhibition guide for the exhibition About Us. Young Photography from China. When visiting the exhibition, visitors have access to iPads with interesting background information about the exhibition, the artists and their works.