Moco Museum of Barcelona is located in Barcelona (CataloniaSpain) in the Palau Cervelló, a historic 16th century building, has an incredible Gothic façade and Renaissance style architectural details and was the residence of the Cervelló noble family.

In the Moco Museum, you will find works by renowned international artists, such as Warhol, Basquiat, Dalí, Haring and Banksy (among others) as well as works by emerging artists.

Digital art also has its space with immersive teamlab exhibitions, such as Les Fantômes and Studio Irma.

The Moco Museum (Modern Contemporary Museum) an independent museum located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Barcelona, Spain, is dedicated to exhibiting modern and contemporary art. The museum was founded with the mission of attracting broader and younger audiences, making art accessible to the public.

Moco Museum in Amsterdam is situated on Museumplein, in the historic Villa Alsberg, a townhouse designed, in 1904, by Eduard Cuypers, the nephew of Pierre Cuypers, designer of Amsterdam Central Station and the Rijksmuseum. The townhouse was one of the first privately owned residences on Museumplein and remained so until 1939. Moco Museum opened its doors in April, 2016.

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