Hugo Suter - Collection in focus

The focus shows a selection of works on paper, wall reliefs, installations and objects from the years 1970 to 2000 by Hugo Suter.

There was a close connection between the Swiss artist Hugo Suter (1943-2013) and the Aargauer Kunsthaus. In 1966, the Kunsthaus acquired the first paintings by the then 23-year-old artist. Further purchases and donations as well as solo and group exhibitions followed over the next few decades.

As a result of this lively exchange, there are now over a hundred works by Hugo Suter in the museum's own collection. The focus shows a selection of works on paper, wall reliefs, installations and objects from the years 1970 to 2000.

The focus is supplemented by works by contemporary artists and friends of Hugo Suter.


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