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.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is awarding subscriptions to the specialist journal NEUES GLAS – NEW GLASS: art & architecture for the year 2015 to students of visual art in Europe who use glass as a medium of artistic expression in their work.
After the great success of the exhibition Where Are You? Sculptures by Erwin Eisch, the artist and his wife visited his important solo show at the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung during the closing event. Erwin Eisch took the opportunity to study his works one more time and let the phases of his creative career pass before his eyes. The deconstruction began immediately afterwards…
The exhibition catalog In the Name of Love published by the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung received the iF COMMUNICATION DESIGN AWARD 2014 for print media. The iF DESIGN AWARDS are amongst the largest and most important international design competitions: The distinction of an iF label is a seal of approval known around the world.
The Coburg Glass Prize 2014 aims to show current trends and orientations in modern art which use glass as their material in a comprehensive European exhibition.This important event is widely promoted by the Alexander Tutsek Foundation as co-organizer.
In the presence of Erwin and Gretel Eisch, the exhibition Where Are You? Sculptures by Erwin Eisch opened on 10 October 2013. The guests and friends of Erwin Eisch—some having traveled from afar—were not stopped by the unexpected sleet from coming to Munich-Schwabing and honoring Erwin Eisch.