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.
We are pleased that the newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung reported twice on our current exhibition lebenswelt | life-world. Read both articles here:
On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition lebenswelt | life-world, the Japanese Consul General Hidenao Yanagi gave a welcome speech and Aysegül Cihangir followed with an introduction. We look forward to your visit!
The photos provide an insight into the exhibition.
It will be opened to visitors on 20 January 2017.
Under the title lebenswelt / life-world the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung in Munich shows contemporary sculptures by Japanese artists as well as photographs by the Japanese artist Rinko Kawauchi. The subjective experience of everyday life, temporal processes in nature, and interpersonal communication are central to the artworks from Japan.
The new exhibition is currently being set up in the
premises of the foundation.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung has initiated a new, extensive funding project: In the next three years it will support vocational qualification measures and various courses of study in the area of materials science and ceramics.