At the end of each academic year students of the various art courses of the Akademie der Bildenden Künste München have the opportunity to present their work in an exhibition.
The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung dedicated its first exhibition in the series MASTER | MEISTER to the renowned artist Erwin Eisch, one of the founders of the international studio-glass movement.
Every second year the Memorial Award in honor of sculptor Jutta Cuny-Franz is granted to young artists who – as she had done – work with the material glass.
ZEIT MAGAZIN, number 18 of 29 April 2015, published a map documenting all publicly accessible private art collections in Germany.
We offer a public guided tour through our current exhibition Ann Wolff PERSONA at 5.30 pm on the last Thursday of every month. Upon request, groups can schedule a tour on other days as well.
Due to great public interest, the exhibition Ann Wolff PERSONA will be extended until 14 August 2015. We look forward to your visit!
From 20 to 26 March the general public is invited to get to know the diversity of Munich’s foundations and their work. Whether it be educational or social projects, art or culture, science, health, or sports, environmental or international issues—foundations concern themselves with subjects that bear on the reality of all individuals—and are thus very close to people and their everyday life.
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.