When you visit Amsterdam you can realize that it is a city with a great artistic legacy. But the new generations have another way of looking at life and might consider classical art as a boring thing. With the intention of bringing art from everyone and for everyone, the Moco Museum was born in 2016 by the hand of Lionel and Kim Logchies, owners of the Lionel Gallery in Amsterdam. The intention is to have a space where modern art lovers can live in harmony. That is why you can take advantage of the Moco Museum korting (Dutch for discount) today and give free rein to your imagination with incredible paintings and sculptures. Remember that these are not boring and difficult to understand works.
A modern and fun-filled theme
The corners of the Moco Museum are filled with very particular pieces of art. Its main mission is to move the deepest fibers of each one of us. For example, you can enjoy the exhibition “Reflecting Forward: In Search of Connectivism” created by Irma de Vries to show, in her own words “how internet technologies such as web browsers, search engines, and social media contribute to new ways of learning and how we connect with each other”. This exhibition seeks to demonstrate that we can achieve higher development if we learn to connect with each other, respecting our differences. It is divided into 5 sections called Reflecting Forward, Diamond Matrix, Kaleidoscope, We all live in bubbles and Connect The Dots & Universe. Each one with very particular but connected meanings.
The Moco Museum offers you what others don’t
If you are one of those who are looking for controversial things, then this is the ideal museum for you. We’re talking about a giant Gummy Bear created by artist WhIsBe or a very familiar mouse approached from a different point of view in “Freaky Mouse” by Fidia. There is no way you can get bored in this great museum. They are always rotating their exhibits to offer new experiences to their visitors every year. This way it offers other artists the opportunity to exhibit their art pieces and make themselves known. Definitely a place to visit. On your next visit to Amsterdam do not forget to put the Moco Museum on your travel map. It will be a unique experience that you can hardly get in other parts of the world. Art was made to generate a change in people. In this museum, it will be no exception.…