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Exhibition Visit by Monica Guggisberg and Philip Baldwin

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung was pleased to welcome Monica Guggisberg and Philip Baldwin, who visited the current exhibition WIDE OPEN. INTO THE OPEN. One work of the artist couple (First Memories, 2010) is part of the foundation's collection. Guggisberg and Baldwin had previously opened their exhibition Amphore Métaphore at the Musée de Verre in Conches, France. read more

Support of the No Measurement Group as part of documenta fifteen

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung is supporting a diverse and international project by the No Measurement Group as part of documenta fifteen, which takes place from 18 June to 25 September 2022. As the largest event by young people for young people at documenta fifteen, the project focuses on China. More information about the funding will follow soon. read more

Exhibition Visit by Sibylle Peretti

Today, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung was pleased today to welcome Sibylle Peretti to the current exhibition WIDE OPEN. INS OFFENE. The artist, whose works are also part of the foundation's collection, lives and works in New Orleans. In her work, she explores the lack of harmony between human beings, nature, and our inability of achieving a unity with the natural world. During her visit, she also shared her upcoming projects and plans. read more

Münchner Stiftungs Frühling Guided Tours

As part of the MünchnerStiftungsFrühling, the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung will offer a guided tour of the current exhibition WIDE OPEN. INS OFFENE on Thursday, 7 July, at 3 pm and at 4 pm. Both tours will take place in the BlackBox, the foundation's newly opened art space in the heart of the still young Parkstadt Schwabing. A visit to the exhibition thus also provides an opportunity to explore the newly developed district. read more

New Date for Artist Talk with Monica Bonvicini

The artist talk with Monica Bonvicini, originally scheduled for Wednesday, 15 June 2022, is postponed to Wednesday, 20 July 20 2022. Under the title Fleurs du Mal - On the Relationship between the Sexes, the internationally renowned artist will talk about her work with Dr. Petra Giloy-Hirtz, one of the curators of the current exhibition. Tickets already purchased remain valid for the new date or can be cancelled free of charge. read more

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

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