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The exhibition James Casebere. Fugitive, sponsored by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, was recently the subject of a TV program well worth seeing. The program broadcast by the art and culture magazine Capriccio of Bayerisches Fernsehen provides a good first impression of the particularities of this American artist’s work. The exhibition James Casebere. Fugitive will be on view at Haus der Kunst in Munich until 12 June 2016.© Bayerischer Rundfunk, Capriccio

The exhibition James Casebere. Fugitive, sponsored by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, was recently the subject of a TV program well worth seeing. The program broadcast by the art and culture magazine Capriccio of Bayerisches Fernsehen provides a good first impression of the particularities of this American artist’s work. The exhibition James Casebere. Fugitive will be on view at Haus der Kunst in Munich until 12 June 2016.© Bayerischer Rundfunk, Capriccio

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A video well worth watching shows how Marta Klonowska makes her unique and unusual artworks. The Polish artist has developed an elaborate production technique for her sculptures.

A video well worth watching shows how Marta Klonowska makes her unique and unusual artworks. The Polish artist has developed an elaborate production technique for her sculptures. She recreates diverse animals drawn from classical paintings down to the last detail using innumerable glass shards, thus defamiliarizing them. The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung owns an installation by the artist that was on view in the exhibition In the Name of Love. © Deutsche Welle

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Ann Wolff Live

The two impressive short films Ann Wolff Live provide an insight on Ann Wolff’s intense examination of the material glass and her freehand work. Experience a moment in the life of the German-Swedish artist.

The two impressive short films Ann Wolff Live provide an insight on Ann Wolff’s intense examination of the material glass and her freehand work. Experience a moment in the life of the German-Swedish artist.

All artworks: Ann Wolff © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2020

Ann Wolff – Live (1)

Ann Wolff – Live (2)