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Addition of the Ann Wolff Foundation Berlin

The German-Swedish artist Ann Wolff (b. 1937) is one of the most important representatives of the European studio glass movement. At the request of the elderly artist, the Ann Wolff Foundation Berlin will now be merged into the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung. The handover includes around 160 works by Ann Wolff. Up until recently, the artist had been selecting other significant works as part of the acquisition that she would like to know will be in good hands in the future. read more

Publication Accompanying the Current Exhibition

The publication accompanying the exhibition The World in My Hand is now available in the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung webshop. The publication, which has the layout and feel of a classic phone book, shows the smartphone as an object and at the same time highlights the social debates raised by the various uses of smartphones. read more

Podcast Accompanying the Current Exhibition

The start of the exhibition The World in My Hand marked the launch of the new podcast series of the same name. It deals with the question of how the smartphone has changed our world. Different artists and experts have their say in each episode. read more

New Exhibition Now Open

The new exhibition The World in My Hand opened in the BlackBox of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung on Thursday. Numerous visitors came to see the new show of contemporary photography and sculptures with glass. The majority of the 35 artists represented in the exhibition were also present in the evening. read more

Setup of Our New Exhibition

From 19 April, our new exhibition entitled The World in My Hand will be on display in the BlackBox of the Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung. The exhibition focuses on the smartphone as an omnipresent everyday object. The exhibition showcases around 50 works by almost as many artists and combine contemporary technology with social debates. read more

Exhibition Break until 18 April

The Alexander Tutsek-Stiftung will be taking a break from exhibitions in February and March, before welcoming you to the BlackBox in April 2024 with a new, inspiring exhibition. read more

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