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04 July 2019 | 4 pm | Guided Tour
01 August 2019 | 4 pm | Guided Tour
Participation fee: regular € 5, reduced € 3
The artist Mona Hatoum and numerous guests attended the opening of the fifteenth exhibition of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, entitled Primary Gestures. It presents photographs of China by Robert Rauschenberg from the 1980s as well as contemporary installations of glass by Mona Hatoum, Hassan Khan, Jana Sterbak, and Terry Winters. You will find the opening speech by Dr. Petra Giloy-Hirtz here (in German only).
Mona Hatoum, one of the most important contemporary women artists, is our guest at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung. On the occasion of the foundation’s new exhibition PRIMARY GESTURES, she will talk about her oeuvre, which includes installation, sculpture, performance, video, photography, and works on paper. Her glass installation Turbulence (black) of 2014 has been acquired for the foundation’s collection and is included in the new exhibition. The interview will be conducted by Dr. Petra Giloy-Hirtz (in English).
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Preview Photo: Mona Hatoum, Turbulence (black), 2014, Collection Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung © Mona Hatoum, Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris, Photo: Sebastiano Pellion
From March 22 to August 30, 2019, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is presenting, under the title PRIMARY GESTURES, photographs by Robert Rauschenberg from the 1980s and contemporary installations of glass by Mona Hatoum, Hassan Khan, Jana Sterbak, and Terry Winters, all of which have been recently acquired by the foundation for its collection.
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Thanks to the generous support of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, the Pinakothek der Moderne is able to acquire an important work for its photography collection. The spectacular purchase of the famous series The Brown Sisters by the photographer Nicholas Nixon adds an iconic work to the collection of the Pinakothek der Moderne. The series of forty-four photographs has long since been on the wish list of Dr. Inka Graeve Ingelmann, director of the Collection of Photography and New Media. To make that possible, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is covering the entire cost of the purchase.
Bild-Werk Frauenau, supported by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, is organizing a new EU project together with a Danish, an Austrian and a Czech university. The core of the project is an intense, six-month training program for young artists in glass and glass design. For more information