Don’t be scared! We’re not talking about you walking out upside down on your hands. Nor are we talking about hanging from a balcony like a vampire. It’s time to disconnect from the complications of everyday life and visit a museum Amsterdam that shows you fun ways of looking at life. Although the word “fun” may not be used in the same sentence with the word “museum” for many, the Moco Museum manages to combine both perfectly. Perhaps you’re looking for an extra touch of creativity with a dash of fun. Maybe you want to forget about your obligations for a day. Or you just want to spend a different day, your best option is to visit the Moco Museum in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
A modern museum with modern art for modern people
There are many ways to define modern. Maybe you like to have the latest electronic gadgets. You may break paradigms with the way you dress. You might even be modern by putting a fun twist on the classic things. Whatever your way of being modern is, at the Moco Museum you’ll find a piece of art that represents you. Located on the popular Museumplein next to well-known museums such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Moco Museum was born in 2016 with the intention to bring to the public the artworks of the most talented exponents and innovators of modern art in the world. Founded independently by Lionel and Kim Logchies, owners of the Lionel Gallery in Amsterdam, they seek to demonstrate that modern art can captivate even those who have never set foot in a museum. With artworks that connect with reality, rebellion, awakening of the mind and imagination, the Moco Museum has something to offer for everyone.
Always in search of a different approach
People who live enclosed in their own bubbles do not evolve. In order to be better every day we need to understand the world around us. Often what we understand is limited by what we see or hear. This is where the artworks on display at the Moco Museum manage to awaken that need to think beyond our limits. Artworks such as “Heart Boy” by Banksy, “Companion (Passing Through)” by KAWS, “Gummy Bear” by WhIsBe and “Freaky Mouse” by Fidia will transform the way you think. Remember that there is no one truth. You need to see through many truths to understand that diversity is part of our society. Turn your head and have fun in this particular museum.