Extension of the Exhibition

Due to popular demand, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is extending the current exhibition Wide Open. Ins Offene - Contemporary Photography & Sculpture in Glass until 27 January 2023. The program accompanying the exhibition, consisting of lectures, guided tours, and discussions with artists and experts, will also be expanded for the duration of the exhibition. read more

Coburg Prize for Contemporary Glass 2022 Winners Selected

The winners of the Coburg Prize for Contemporary Glass 2022, which was awarded again in cooperation with the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung, have been selected. With 400 applications, the Europe-wide artist competition once again met with a broad response. The award-winning works show how diverse the artistic play with the fragile material can be. read more

New Event Series: Lunch Breaks

Experience contemporary art in the compact format of a lunch break! With its new Lunch Break series, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung offers intellectual nourishment and culinary enjoyment in the BlackBox, the new art venue in Parkstadt Schwabing. At the launch event on Thursday, 21 April 2022, the foundation's new director, Dr. Jörg Garbrecht, will provide insights into an extraordinary work by Albanian star artist Anri Sala. read more

Event Program for Current Exhibition

Accompanying the current exhibition Wide Open. Ins Offene - Contemporary Photography & Sculpture in Glass, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung offers a diverse program of events with lectures, guided tours, artist and expert talks at its two locations Villa and BlackBox. read more

German Photobook Prize for Latest Publication

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the German Photo Book Prize 21|22 of the Stuttgart Media University in the category "conceptual-artistic photo book" in silver for its latest publication About Us. Young Photography in China. The book is available in bookstores and via the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung's new webshop. read more

Mourning for Erwin Eisch

The world-renowned artist Erwin Eisch passed away on 25 January 2022 at the age of 94. With him, the world of glass loses an outstanding personality and source of inspiration for generations of artists. Since the 1960s, Erwin Eisch used glass as a medium of artistic expression in his multifaceted work, in addition to painting. Together with his friend Harvey Littleton, he is considered a co-founder of the international studio glass movement. read more

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