The first exhibitions to be displayed at the Moco were ‘Laugh Now’ containing some of the works of graffiti artist Banksy, and ‘Royal’ some works created by Andy Warhol. The Moco purchased a painted police van, a creation of Banksy in June 2016. This was then exhibited in the garden of the museum.
Accessibility for wheelchair users
The villa that houses the Moco Museum contains several sets of stairways and has no lift. Unfortunately in its present form the museum is inaccessible to wheelchair users.
Yayoi Kusama Exhibition
On the 22nd of March 24, 2019, the Japanese artist celebrated her 90th birthday. On that date through to the 30th of September, 2019 the Moco Museum will show an exhibition of the eccentric and enigmatic Polkadot Princess. Dot Art is her style with polkadots featuring heavily across her work. In addition to her drawings, paintings and installations she is also committed to issues such as feminism and sexism which also feature in her work.
Daniel Arsham Exhibition
The Moco Museum currently has an exhibition of the New York based artist that will run until the 30th of September, 2019. Arsham’s work is on show in the Netherlands for the first time and incorporates design, architecture, sculpture, film and performance art.
Banksy- Laugh Now Exhibition
This exhibition has been extended until the end of September 2019. The exhibition contains some of the iconic artists lesser publicized artwork, his indoor creations on canvas, wood and paper. They are all on loan to Moco from private collectors and not curated through any collaboration with the artist, Banksy.
This permanent collection is a celebration of artists that have stood out through their contributions to the culture of art. Artists such as Warhol, Damien Hirst and Keith Haring who have a unique vision for their own work as well as to inspire others.
The Moco also has an exhibition of the work of Roy Lichtenstein and its own outdoor creative space known as the Moco Garden. The outdoor space is full of surprises to keep you entertained during your visit.