Bringing together 65 works dating from 1909 to 1965, the exhibition organised by the Fondation Beyeler is a cooperation with the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, the worldwide major repository of Hopper’s work.
As is the case with all his paintings, the file rouge of Hopper’s landscapes is melancholy and loneliness, a sense of eeriness and apprehension. Hopper also shows the sometimes brutal intrusion of man into nature by confronting natural and urban landscapes.
Mon – Sun 10am – 6pm
Wed 10am – 8pm
Fri 10am – 9pm (On June 23, August 25 and September 15, the museum closes already at 6pm)