At the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven they believe that a museum should be more than just a treasure chest. It should be challenging, sometimes radical – and at the Van Abbemuseum you will get just that. With a strong focus on upcoming artists and a desire to change the world of art, the museum wants to be brave and inspire its visitors by breaking with the tradition of just hanging paintings on a wall. In 2011, a Picasso painting was sent to Ramallah in Palestine where it was guarded by at least two armed men allowing a maximum of four people at a time to see it. Acts like these are what makes Van Abbemuseum a unique place to visit.