The museum bears the name of the European representative of op-art and the pioneer of dynamic constructivism. The museum presents his work and the world’s best specific art. The area of the museum is divided into seven parts, four of which are devoted to Milan Dobeš’s art. The first two parts present the beginnings of Dobeš’s abstract work - paintings and drawings influenced by geometrical abstraction - and optical and kinetic reliefs or cut collage. The next part focuses on his graphic work. Milan Dobeš uses serigraphy. It is the most quality and the most demanding reproduction graphics technique, which is applied, among others, when printing on textile. The fourth and the fifth part are devoted to the world exhibition ‘4 documenta’, held in the year 1968. Milan Dobeš, Jiří Kolář and Zdeněk Sýkora represented the Czech scene on this modern art exhibition. The most famous foreign authors on this exhibition were the creator of op-art Victor Vasarely, the most famous representative of serigraphy and pop-art Andy Warhol and a guru of specific art Josef Albers.