Publication

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is listed in the third edition of the BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors once again.

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is listed in the third edition of the BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors once again. The convenient guide introduces 236 private collections of contemporary art from 39 countries that are open to the public. From cosmopolitan Peking to the small German town of Überlingen, it presents all facets between vibrant metropolises and tranquil provinces.

Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Zeit Magazine

ZEIT MAGAZIN, number 18 of 29 April 2015, published a map documenting all publicly accessible private art collections in Germany.

ZEIT MAGAZIN, number 18 of 29 April 2015, published a map documenting all publicly accessible private art collections in Germany. We are pleased that the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, together with Museum Brandhorst and the Goetz Collection, is one of three private collections of contemporary art in Munich whose doors are open to the public. Another noteworthy commentary was published in the May issue of Applaus. You will find these articles in our press review.

Ann Wolff PERSONA

The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the last five years of the German-Swedish artist Ann Wolff’s work.

The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the last five years of the German-Swedish artist Ann Wolff’s work. Art-historical texts place Ann Wolff amongst the most important representatives of the European studio-glass movement. Impressive illustrations present her large-scale works of glass, bronze, concrete, and aluminum in full view and in detail.

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The Alexander Tutsek Stiftung Sponsors Reader Subscriptions for the Socialist Journal Neues Glas – New Glass

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung sponsors young people in various ways, in the past for instance with “Two Women Artists on Weiberwalz.” (See News of 5 June 2013)

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung sponsors young people in various ways, in the past for instance with “Two Women Artists on Weiberwalz.” (See News of 5 June 2013)

Currently the foundation supports students at German art academies with glass departments by providing subscriptions to the specialist journal NEUES GLAS – NEW GLASS: art & architecture for the year 2015. The sponsorship goal is to keep art students up to date about developments in international glass and provide inspiration for their own artistic work.