Flowers for art

Floral interpretations of works from the collection. 10th anniversary.

The exhibition has brought new appreciation to the floristry industry in Switzerland and increased attention to the Aargauer Kunsthaus for its important collection of art from Switzerland. Largely ignored by art critics, Flowers for Art celebrates new successes with the public every year. The interdisciplinary exhibition, in which floristry and art enrich each other, is already ten years old. The 2024 edition will therefore be accompanied by a publication that brings the floral interpretations of the collection works, which are only on display for six days each year, back into bloom.

Flowers for Art is a project by Flowers to Arts and the Aargauer Kunsthaus.

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Keywords: Art Flowers

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