To visitors who are interested in seeing further works by the two artists in our current show lebenswelt | life-world, we recommend the exhibition Kokoro: Japanese Glass Today at Glasmuseum Frauenau. Breathtaking works by Masahiro Sasaki and Yoshiaki Kojiro are on view there.
In addition to its monthly guided tour, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is offering an evening tour on Thursday, 18 May 2017 at 7 pm in the current exhibition lebenswelt | life-world. We welcome all interested visitors who have not yet had the opportunity to participate in a guided tour.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung exclusively supports the comprehensive Thomas Struth exhibition at Haus der Kunst, Munich. The foundation is financing the exhibition in addition to its ongoing commitment as major supporter of Haus der Kunst. The retrospective entitled Thomas Struth: Figure Ground covers all phases of the outstanding as well as systematic artistic achievements of Thomas Struth during the past four decades.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung warmly congratulates Erwin Eisch on his special jubilee on 18 April. As one of the first artists who used glass as a medium of artistic expression, he ranks among the founding fathers of the international studio-glass movement.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is participating with its current exhibition lebenswelt | life-world in MünchnerStiftungsFrühling. During this event there will be extended opening hours:
Monday, 27 March – Thursday, 30 March: 2 – 6 pm.
Visitors can partake in short guided tours:
Monday, Tuesday: 2.30 pm,
Wednesday, Thursday: 4.30 pm.
Entry is free of charge. Registration is not required.
The Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi has been nominated for the global Prix Pictet for her works. Her photographs are on view in our current exhibition lebenswelt | life-world. On 4 May 2017 the Honorary President of Prix Pictet, Kofi Annan, will announce the laureate at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and open the exhibition Space with the work by the twelve finalists.
Bayerischer Rundfunk broadcast a radio feature on our current exhibition lebenswelt | life-world. Here you can listen to the cultural report by Julie Metzdorf:
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung congratulates the artist Neringa Vasiliauskaite for receiving the art KARLSRUHE Prize 2017! The prize is endowed with 15,000 euros and is awarded by Land Baden-Württemberg and the City of Karlsruhe at the annual art fair. The artist, born in Lithuania, is represented in the collection of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung with an installation.
Ann Wolff celebrates her eightieth birthday in late February this year. She is one of the most important and fascinating representatives of the European studio-glass movement. The internationally known artist does not limit herself to the medium of glass.