Museum of the Image Breda
In a magnificent building lying a stone’s throw from Breda’s Central Station you will find the Museum of the Image (MOTI). MOTI is a the ultimate image culture museum, shedding light on the dynamic world of images and its developments using movies, design, photography, fashion, plastic arts, architecture, science and gaming and more.
- MOTI is the ultimate museum for image culture, at walking distance of Breda’s Central Station.
- Discover the history of Dutch image culture since 1890.
- Examine photos, newspapers, posters and new forms of media and witness the evolution of our image culture.
MOTI (Museum Of The Image) in Breda illustrates the history of Dutch graphic design from 1890 to the present day. A range of works with social, economic and historic themes throw new light on Holland’s history. MOTI also offers an insight into the evolution of graphic design.
The MOTI’s collection
The museum’s collection includes posters, books, magazines, newspapers, shares, brochures, catalogues, advertisements, packaging, album covers and materials for design systems, such as logos. In short, if it contains graphics, you will find it here.
MOTI is just five minutes away from the city’s central railway station. It is located in one of the city’s oldest buildings. If you inquire prior to your visit you may be able to participate in one of the museum’s workshops. Wherever you spend the day in Breda or a nice long weekend, Breda boasts a great range of terraces, cultural highlights, nightlife and other forms of entertainment.