A museum about the joy of life.
The founders of the museum hope that it will serve as a beacon of hope and inspiration for the LGBTQ+ community and its allies, providing a safe and inclusive space where people can come together to celebrate the joy of life and the power of art to bring about positive change.
The Queer Pop Museum is on a mission to celebrate the joy of life through a collection of vibrant exhibits and limited-edition collectable pop items. This unique museum, promises to showcase the best of queer culture and creativity.
The Queer Pop Museum aims to challenge traditional notions of art and culture, offering a fresh and exciting perspective on the world of pop art. It seeks to represent and empower the queer community by celebrating its diversity, creativity, and unique voice.
The brainchild of a group of passionate pop enthusiasts, the Queer Pop Museum will offer visitors a chance to immerse themselves in a world of rainbow-coloured art, music, fashion, and more.
With a focus on joy, empowerment, and self-expression, the museum will aim to break down stereotypes and challenge visitors’ perceptions of what it means to be queer.
At the heart of the Queer Pop Museum will be its collection of limited-edition collectable pop items. From t-shirts and pins to posters and records, movies and games, these unique pieces of pop art will be designed by some of the most exciting queer artists and designers working today.
At the time, the collection already contains tens of limited edition pop items released in connection with art and history of the queer community as “Be True” by the Nike collection, Pop!
Funko Rainbow editions, the DC comic book “Superman: Son of Kal-El #5” the first with a gay Logo of the Queer Pop Museum superhero on the cover, original releases of cult movies like “My Beautiful Laundrette” or “My Own Private Idaho”, the first edition of the book “Le Meteors or “Everyone is Awesome“ Lego series, the first book edition of Michael Tournier “Les météores” and many more.
Temporary Exhibits Hall
One of the key features of the museum will be its temporary exhibitions, which will be curated and presented by companies and individuals who launch rainbow pop collections. This approach not
only showcases the latest trends in queer pop culture but also provides a platform for emerging artists to showcase their work to a wider audience.
The Games Area will be a queer history of video games and games found in queer bars in time.
The games are restaurated and in the condition to be accessible to the visitors and be played on site.
Photo Booth Original
A photo booth is a vending machine or modern kiosk that contains an automated, usually coinoperated, camera and film processor. Queer Pop Museum is the owner of an original legendary Berlin vintage analogue photo booth (Photoautomat) working on the original black and white process with argentic printing. Here everybody can take their own picture. A piece of history from the time gay couples could not have their own pictures except behind the curtains of the photo booths.
Visitors will be able to purchase clones of some of the exhibited items as a way of supporting the museum and taking home a piece of the joy and creativity that the museum represents.
In recent years, the term “hipster coffee shop” has emerged to describe a specific type of café that serves high-end coffee drinks and has a cool, offbeat style. This type of coffee shop has become a symbol of intellectual boundary and a hub for the sexually fluid young urban alternative crowd.
While the Queer Pop Museum is still in the process of finding a permanent home, the team is already hard at work planning a series of temporary exhibitions.