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.
Due to the great visitors’ interest, the exhibition Viewing the Other at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich will be extended until 16 November 2018. Under the title, Viewing the Other, the foundation presents contemporary glass sculptures by international artists in the context of a series of thematic exhibitions. The title of the exhibition plays with the double meaning of the words.
Under the title lebenswelt / life-world the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich shows contemporary sculptures by Japanese artists as well as photographs by the Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi. The subjective experience of everyday life, temporal processes in nature, and interpersonal communication are central to the artworks from Japan.
Continuing its series of thematic exhibitions, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung shows contemporary photographs and sculptures until 2. September 2016.
Entitled LIFE IS NOT A BEACH, the new exhibition addresses the dark sides of life. One example is the oppressive world of drug addicts.
Ann Wolff is one of the most important and striking artists to use the expressive diversity of the material glass in a new and virtuoso manner. Continually exploring the existential questions of being human is an important and fundamental driving force for her work.
With Wo bist du? Skulpturen von Erwin Eisch (Where are you? Sculptures by Erwin Eisch), the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung begins a new series of exhibitions. After shows focusing on countries and themes, the foundation now presents a series entitled MASTER | MEISTER.
Love was and is one of the principal themes in art. Humans have a need to express love, and the pain of love, in a tangible form. Literature, music, paintings and sculptures created over the centuries are testimony of their never-ending attempts.
Journeys are connected with a yearning for the unknown. The yearning to experience life differently and the wish to experience oneself with a different view of the world are our means of transport, much more than a car, airplane, or ship. These themes interest the sculptor Jens Gussek in his works of glass and mixed media as well Eva-Maria Fahrner-Tutsek in her photographs.
Tension and relaxation, strain and rest – the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich dedicates this year’s exhibition to this complex of themes. Under the title Frozen-in Tension glass sculptures by significant international artists as well as works by the German photographer Jessica Backhaus will be on view.
Glass.China is a pioneering exhibition. It shows sculptures of significant Chinese artists together with photographs of China by the German film artist and photographer Ulrike Ottinger. The exhibition captures a rare and extraordinary epoch in the social and cultural development of China and is the first exhibition of an exciting artistic phenomenon that has not been seen outside of China to date.