The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the last five years of the German-Swedish artist Ann Wolff’s work.
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.
One focus of the foundation is on Asia, as the exhibition Glass.China illustrated. Thus it was a joyful afternoon at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung when Mark Joyce and Chin-Chye Lee, owners of the gallery Koru Contemporary Art in Hong Kong, visited the Ann Wolff show.
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)
With our new exhibition photographs we would like to incite curiosity for the current exhibition Ann Wolff: Persona and invite you to visit the same.
At the end of the first evening of a multi-day training course, in which about seventy Refratechnik employees from Germany, Spain, Hong Kong, and Hungary participated, the program included a visit to the new exhibition Ann Wolff: Persona.
A huge success! About 200 guests came to the opening of the exhibition Ann Wolff PERSONA on 16 October 2014 at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich
A special highlight in the exhibition Ann Wolff PERSONA is the newly acquired aluminum sculpture Mold, which has now found a place in the garden of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung.
In mid-July the team of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung eagerly awaited the delivery of the art works from Sweden for the new exhibition.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is participating in the Long Night of Munich Museums with its recently opened exhibition Ann Wolff: PERSONA and invites visitors to experience the special atmosphere of this evening in its gallery.