The museum bears the name of a European representative of op-art and a pioneer of dynamic constructivism Milan Dobes. Apart from his works it also presents world leading concrete art. The space of the museum is divided into seven parts, four of which are dedicated to the work of Milan Dobes. In the first two parts the beginnings of Dobes’s abstract production is presented - drawings and paintings influenced by geometric abstraction, optic kinetic reliefs as well as cut collage. The next part focuses on his graphic works. In his graphic work Milan Dobes uses a method of serigraphy, or screen-printing. It is the best quality as well as the most demanding reproductive graphic technique used, besides other things, for fabric printing. The fourth and fifth parts are devoted to the world exhibition Documenta 4 from 1968. At this exhibition of modern art Jiri Kolar and Zdenek Sykora represented the Czech art along with Milan Dobes. From among the foreign authors the best-known representative of serigraphy and pop-art Andy Warhol, the founder of op-art Victor Vasarely or a unique guru of concrete art Josef Albers exhibited there. In the part dedicated to Milan Dobes’s friends we continue with the previous part of the exposition. Here the works of Jiri Kolar, Zdenek Sykora, Henryk Stazewski, Hugo Demartini and many others can be seen. The last part then presents the influence of Milan Dobes on American Wind Symphony Orchestra where he created an accompanying light kinetic programme. The connection of contemporary music and art was absolutely unique at the beginning of 1970s.