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.
Quest and yearning are the subjects of the new exhibition at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich. In the show entitled Und immer sehnt sich fort das Herz (The Heart Forever Yearns Away), the renowned foundation for contemporary glass displays more than thirty glass sculptures.
We are all experts on faces equipped with an amazing ability to distinguish between a thousand unknown faces and recognize their different feelings. The face has always played a significant role in man’s social life. And in art?
The second exhibition of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung: One of the goals of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, which was founded some years ago, is to introduce artists using the material glass to a larger circle of people interested in art.
With the exhibition Glass – A New Experience the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, still a young foundation, inaugurates its new exhibition rooms located in a former studio of an Art Nouveau villa in München-Schwabing.